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Typically, any NFL related news this time of year is of the negative nature and yesterday certainly didn't disappoint. Sadly, I woke to the news that former Vikings and Cardinals head coach Dennis Green passed away at the age of 67. Green may never be remembered as one of the...
Alright Cowboys Nation, who's excited for some Dallas Cowboys football!? Who's ready to finally see Ezekiel Elliott run through defenses? How about Dez Bryant throwing up the X? Defensively, maybe it is Byron Jones or Tyrone Crawford that you are excited about. However, more than anything, Cowboys fans can take...
Do you know the significance of July 28? If not, that's the date that the Dallas Cowboys officially start training camp and what I believe to be the start of the 2016 NFL season. We will finally get to see the new additions to the Dallas Cowboys roster in the full...
The United States of America was brought to a state of mourning after multiple tragic deaths and shootings over the course of the last week. While these horrific events are certainly depressing and debilitating, it is during these times of struggle that the innate goodness of some people usually shines through. Dallas...
Welcome back to Tweet Break here on Inside The Star. Football is so very, very close to coming back - so I'm going to assume you know the drill by now. Cowboys fans, media members, and players alike spend the week tweeting things that you need to see, and...
The offseason is the perfect time to conduct research and make some discoveries about your favorite team. Normally when you make these discoveries, you want to find some way to relate them to how great your favorite team can be in the upcoming season. Personally, as a Dallas Cowboys fan,...
When quarterback Tony Romo is on the field for the Dallas Cowboys, anything is possible. The team always has a chance with their leader under center, especially when dynamic wide receiver Dez Bryant is right there with him. Cowboys Nation was cruelly reminded what happens when both players are sidelined...
We are now officially less than one month away from the Dallas Cowboys first preseason game of 2016. Rejoice, Cowboys Nation, this is supposed to be a fun time. July is the time for hope, for expectations, and for excitement over the upcoming season. However the past few weeks have...
As things stand right now, it looks as if the Dallas Cowboys have had a pretty disappointing off-season, and that's putting things as nice as I really can. Fortunately, with the good comes the bad and I decided that I would share with you what I see as the best...
Yesterday, the city of Dallas - home to our beloved Dallas Cowboys - became the center of America's attention for all the wrong reasons. Five Dallas police officers were killed in a shooting that took place during a protest against the recent police violence we have seen on Tuesday...
If you're anything like me... the recent bad news surrounding the Dallas Cowboys has you somewhat bummed about the 2016 season. The Cowboys' current defense is depleted via suspensions; Rolando McClain added a 10-game ban to a front-seven that already had pass rushers Randy Gregory and DeMarcus Lawrence suspended...
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I've always enjoyed connecting dots. I loved coloring books as a kid, but what I really loved were those pictures that could only be seen by that beautiful connecting of the dots. If you follow me on Twitter, or have read my work here at Inside The Star, then you know I like to look at the great game of football through a dot-connecting scope. When the Cleveland Cavaliers hoisted the Larry O'Brien on Father's Day Evening in celebration of the first Championship the city of Cleveland has seen since the 1964 Cleveland Browns, my brain went into dot-connecting mode. LeBron James, the Finals MVP and Cleveland-crowned King, is a Cowboys fan...
Yesterday, I detailed why I felt that the NFL's trend of team rushing yard leaders having mediocre finishes could be debunked by this year's Dallas Cowboys. The main reason I felt this was true, was that those same yards must be converted to touchdowns to have a quantifiable impact on the game, in most cases. I also discussed how the Cowboys offense is very different from those who led the league in rushing before them. Teams like the Denver Broncos in 2011 and the New York Jets in 2009; they had no where near the offensively that this Cowboys team has when healthy. But this argument centers around just one man:
The next time we will see the Cowboys on the practice field will be for training camp in Oxnard, California. By that time, the preparation for the 2016 season will be in full force, and the position battles across the field will be heated. For now, the Cowboys have concluded mini camp, with DallasCowboys.com once again bringing us a glimpse of Thursday's historic practice. Here are my final thoughts on what fans were able to see.
I love Inside The Star. I love everything about it and the chance its given me to lend my thoughts about the Dallas Cowboys, the National Football League, and the occasional tangent. We preach the notion that Inside The Star is the "voices of a nation" for a reason. We strive to deliver content that will resonate 100% with the fans - you are our target audience. This platform allows us to speak our thoughts with full honesty, and that's what I'm doing right now.
Previously on Tweet Break here at Inside The Star, we have looked at some of the best sights and sounds from the ongoing Cowboys OTA practices. This week, we will take a bit of a break from that, as the week-that-was in the Twitterverse left us with plenty of other fascinating nuggets related in some way to America's Team. Without further introduction, it's going to be a wild ride to the finish line this week. Buckle up, Cowboys Nation! I promised a bumpy ride this week on Tweet Break, and there is no better way to start this journey than with some classic NFC East rivalry talk.
The Dallas Cowboys battled through their fair share of injuries in 2015 and if they want to have any kind of success in the upcoming 2016 season, they have to avoid the injury bug. The unfortunate thing about injuries is that they are unpredictable and they can really have a major impact on a teams performance depending on which players are the ones to go down. The sad truth for the Cowboys in 2015 was that the injuries that the team endured was to key members and was a major reason why they finished with a 4-12 losing record. I decided to try and identify a few of the Dallas Cowboys players that are simply irreplaceable and would be devastating to the entire team if anyone of them where to go down with an injury and miss an extended period of time. Tony Romo Tony Romo obviously makes this list because we all witnessed firsthand how this team functions without him at the helm leading the offense.
For decades, the NFC East was the most competitive and most feared division in all of football. In fact, an NFC East team participated in six of the nine Super Bowls played between the 1987 and 1995 seasons. However if you were to refer to the NFC East as the most competitive and most feared division in all of football today, you'd be only half right. Lacking a repeat champion since 2004, the division has become a source of parity while still maintaining the highly regarded and nationally viewed rivalry games which have become a staple of the NFL. After a horrid season a year ago where it looked as if a 7-9 team could steal the division at many points during the year, the NFC East looks to be improved and ready to begin to return to its old school form.
My Dad has the same initials as I do. He also happens to be a huge golfer. Like any veteran of the links he knows that he has to mark his ball. Since he's almost as creative as his son he's developed a cool little logo. He writes an "R" and circles it to signify the "O" for our last name.

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