Archive for January, 2010

Be careful what you wish for

Posted in Offseason on 28/Jan/2010

Think back to the 2006 NFL season. More specifically, think back to the Cowboys’ season. Remember who the starting quarterback was? Well, it depends on which part of the season you’re remembering. Drew Bledsoe began the season as the team’s starting QB but was benched at halftime of their Week 7 matchup with the Giants. […]

The Weekend After

Posted in Offseason on 25/Jan/2010

In the world of an NFL football fan, is there anything worse than the weekend immediately following the week your team gets eliminated from postseason play? Saturday and Sunday roll around, and for the past 4 months you’ve been trained to look forward to the next game, the next opportunity for your team to show […]

It’s just as we feared—Wade’s contract has been extended through the 2011 season. Apparently all it takes to keep your job in Valley Ranch is an early-round playoff victory against a weak Eagles team. I guess that whole 34-3 debacle last weekend didn’t really mean anything and is no cause for concern. It’s no secret […]

An offensive ending

Posted in Offseason on 19/Jan/2010

As the Cowboys season came to an indecent end, we were all left wondering what went wrong. How did a team that had won four straight games – and doing it in dominating fashion – be so unceremoniously bounced in the playoffs? How did a team that completely dominated the first quarter of the playoff […]

Lowered Expectations?

Posted in Offseason, On Jerry on 18/Jan/2010

With the 2009 season officially finished it is time for us at FJJ.com to review the highs and lows of the season. As for highs, the Cowboys finally showed some resolve in December/January, going 4-3 in those two months. Tony Romo also proved himself to be a smarter quarterback in 2009 while committing the fewest […]

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It has been twelve long years since our beloved Dallas Cowboys have won a playoff game. While there are many reasons for this, we believe that the team's general manager is ultimately to blame. The mission of this site is to serve as an open appeal to Mr. Jones imploring him to step down as GM and bring in a proven football mind.

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