Cowboys starting fullback Deon Anderson was arrested for traffic warrants when police were called to a local restaurant for a dispute between the player and staff. Typically this wouldn’t make news except for the fact that two weapons were confiscated from Anderson’s car.
Anderson posted bail from the Irving, TX jail the next morning. Though no charges were directly filed against the Cowboys player, it’s worth keeping an eye on. The Cowboys expressed knowledge of the incident and we will follow any subsequent action from the organization.
An Old Folk Tale
Sometimes you’ll hear an organization criticized for its moves throughout the season. The same is true for Cowboys ex-kicker Nick Folk. It seems as though everyone says the Cowboys acted too fast on the release of Folk. I strongly disagree. This is a job and if you are not performing your job you shouldn’t have it. Sorry if that’s harsh but it’s true, the dude’s getting paid millions to kick a ball weekly.
Am I being to harsh? Maybe, because I can’t kick field goals. I do know however that there are people in this country being shot at daily so that the NFL can still exist and saving lives and they make what? $40-70,000 dollars? Get real.
Super Bowl Memories
In Super Bowl 28 the Dallas Cowboys played a Buffalo Bills team that seemed ready to finally win a Super Bowl. Unfortunately, one man stood in their way—Emmitt Smith. The Cowboys were down 13-6 when Leon Lett forced a fumble and Safety James Washington scooped it up for a defensive touchdown.
This sparked the Cowboys offense and Emmitt led the way on a perfect drive where he produced 61 yards on 7 touches and a touchdown to cap it off. Smith finished with 30 rushes for 132 yards and 2 touchdowns, earning himself the game MVP award.
Final Score: 30-13