Welcome back! On this episode of Cowboys Weekly, Jess Haynie and I cover some of the notes from the Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins in week 2, taking into consideration that it was a game we should've won and, in fact, did win, and the injuries resulting from that contest and how DAL will adjust going into week 3 against the Miami Dolphins.
Note: We had to record this one a day earlier than usual due to scheduling conflicts, which is why the discussion about Taco Charlton doesn't include the news that he was cut late-afternoon on Wednesday. Sorry about the lag on that one.
Welcome to the 14th episode of Cowboys Weekly! This week, Jess Haynie and I go over some key points from the Cowboys' week 1 bout against the New York Giants and preview their week 2 game against the Washington Redskins.
Welcome back to Cowboys Weekly by InsideTheStar.com. This week has been chock-full of contracts, contracts, contracts for your Dallas Cowboys. The biggest news is Ezekiel Elliott's holdout coming to a record-setting end, but La'el Collins got in on the action too and there was some movement in the market for Dak Prescott as well. We go over it all. Then Jess and I look ahead to the home opener against the New York Giants in week 1, but there's a lot of side talk and deviation throughout. I guess we're just ready for the game!
Apologies for the audio. Sinus and cold issues are hitting us a both this week. Enjoy the game and share the podcast. Thanks!
Hello everyone! This week on Cowboys Weekly, Jess Haynie and I review the DAL vs HOU game from week 3 of the preseason, go over the news and notes from this week, and give a little preview of the Cowboys' next matchup - the final game of the preseason - at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Thanks for listening and, as always, please share, leave a voicemail, and even support the show, all from CowboysWeekly.us.
Welcome to another episode of Cowboys Weekly! This week, we're going over the Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams, running down the news this week featuring Jerry Jones vs Ezekiel Elliott, Jaylon Smith's contract extension, and some injury updates, and looking ahead to this Saturday's dress rehearsal game between the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans.
Note: It's just me this week as Jess had some infrastructure issues at home. I go over it in the show. He'll be back though, don't worry. And sorry haha
Good morning! This week on Cowboys Weekly, I go over the Cowboys' first preseason game from Saturday night against the 49ers, then Jess joins me to go over his current 53-man roster projection, and we talk quickly about the week ahead. Also, yes, I didn't say Marinelli's name right... oops! haha. Enjoy the show and, as always, share like crazy. Thanks.
My apologies if I sounded off. The rains came into East Texas Tuesday and my sinuses have been totally jacked up. Took out the obvious stuff but I sounded a bit congested (already taking meds for it but not enough, apparently).
Well, well, well... it seems the Dallas Cowboys have officially started training camp and that's awesome because it means we're SO CLOSE to Cowboys football, but there are a few bumps in the road to get there. This week, Jess and I talk a little about camp and more:
Sean Lee's latest injury only confirms what many of us have been worried about since his move to SAM linebacker was announced for 2019
TE Blake Jarwin is returning for his third season and, after bolstering his value to the team in 2018, he's moving nicely, but will Witten's return negatively affect him?
The Cowboys signed RB Alfred Morris this week, raising concerns about the team's commitment to Ezekiel Elliott; should we be concerned by this?
Ezekiel Elliott heads to Mexico during his holdout, Jerry Jones states in an interview that DAL doesn't need a "rushing champion to win a Super Bowl," and an extended discussion on Zeke's perspective, the team's perspective, and how the NFL may change in the coming years as a result of situations like the one Zeke finds himself in this year
As we roll thru our second month of Cowboys Weekly, things are looking up. Our listener count is steadily increasing week over week and that's entirely because of you! We don't promote this podcast too much beyond sharing it to our flagship accounts on Facebook and Twitter, so our growth is most attributable to you, our listeners. Thanks for sharing and coming back each week as we figure this all out.
This week on Cowboys Weekly, Jess and Matthew join me to unfold the Dallas Cowboys training camp roster to look at vets with something to lose, top position battles, rookies to watch, and who's on the bubble. And yes, I did say Brandon Carr, but I meant to say Derek Carr. Gotta love the unscripted, right? Anyway, we rolled with a slightly different format this week as we look for a smoother production process and feedback is welcome.
This week on Cowboys Weekly... Jess and Bryson discuss the latest new in the seemingly ongoing saga of Ezekiel Elliott, look ahead at the New York Giants to conclude our NFC East division preview, and discuss the potential for the NFL to add another two games to the regular season.
Jess Haynie returns this week to join me in a quick NFC East preview of the Washington Redskins in which QBs Smith and Haskins as well as RBs Guice and Peterson take the focus. Then I draw a complete blank on the Redskins offensive line coach and spit out another, much funnier, less competent name; whatever (haha). Blame Windows 10 for sucking up all of my mental energy trying to get this SSD booted up, but I digress. Then Jess and I ask the question: Let's say the Cowboys don't extend or re-sign Dak Prescott, is it even possible to find another in the NFL Draft at least as good as Dak in the next two years? Tune in to find out.
On this week's episode of Cowboys Weekly, myself and InsideTheStar.com Junior Writer and Host of Primero Cowboys on Facebook Live, and the owner of the best Ford Fiesta ever (ask him for pics), Mauricio Rodriguez, discuss the latest details of Ezekiel Elliott's case with the league, preview a bit of what we like and dislike about the Philadelphia Eagles this year, and talk a little about Sean Lee's impact being moved back to the SAM linebacker position for 2019, the final year of his contract.
Welcome to another episode of Cowboys Weekly! This week, Jess and Bryson run down the top 3 positions where the Cowboys are vulnerable for the 2019 season, debate Amari Cooper's pending contract with the Saints' Michael Thomas nearing a deal bound to be a real whopper, the NFL finalized the Pass Interference Replay rules for 2019, and we take a stroll through modern history as things get off plan. It was fun. We hope you enjoy it. Thanks for listening!
Sorry for the late posting everybody. We managed to get everything recorded yesterday evening but I lost power not 15 minutes later, followed by tornadoes and all kinds of tornadic havoc in my neighborhood (Greenville, TX) the rest of the night.
Jess and I take a look at what's going on around Cowboys Nation this week, including how Dallas' 2019 late-round draft picks will fit into the already-stacked roster, which contributor from 2018 is most likely to not make the team in 2019, the backup QB situation and possible alternatives, a Clutch Points article on the 3 things the Cowboys must do to make the playoffs, and some back and forth on Dak Prescott and Tony Romo at the end ... Tune In!
Welcome to Cowboys Weekly everybody. My name is Bryson and I'll be your host. This marks the debut of a brand new podcast from InsideTheStar.com, a weekly rundown of what's happening around The Star in Frisco and relevant news from around the league. This is a weekly show that we're planning to get out every Thursday morning. We may add some minutes here and there as warranted but at least once a week if the goal. Joining me today is Cowboys Weekly co-host and Senior Writer at Inside The Star, Jess Haynie.