When talking about the on-again, off-again Ezekiel Elliott suspension, Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones has remained strangely confident that not only had Zeke “done nothing wrong,” but that he would have his name ultimately cleared so that he could play the full season without interruption. That confidence, unfortunately, has failed to pay off despite being parrotted numerous times now. Leading up to each appeal hearing, Jones has remained confident, only to find himself frustrated and angry at NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell all over again. That appears to be the case yet again, as the latest hearing has once again reinstated Elliott’s 6 game suspension effective immediately. Coincidentally (or rather not), reports have once again surfaced suggesting Jones is leading a group of roughly 14 owners to try to halt Goodell’s once “sure thing” contract extension. So with Jones touting his confidence time and again -dating all the way back to the Hall of Fame Game, only to be shut down at seemingly every turn, why should we believe him now when he says he’s confident with the backfield they have now?
In Sunday’s victory against the Washington Redskins, the Dallas Cowboys got plenty of big performances from their defense and special teams units. But while many may look to the NFL sack leader Demarcus Lawrence’s sack and recovered fumble, or David Irving’s two sacks performance, or even the much-maligned Tyrone Crawford solid showing -1 sack, 1 forced fumble, and a blocked field goal that proved to be the turning point in the game- it’s worth mentioning another veteran standout from Sunday’s win.
Following his surprising release from the San Francisco 49ers, NaVorro Bowman finds himself in search of a new home, and Law Nation explains why Dallas should consider picking up the phone.
Through four weeks this season, Jourdan Lewis looks to be the most promising corner drafted by Dallas this offseason. A press corner, Lewis explodes to the ball and prevents YAC. Law Nation returns to break down the film.
Thus far this season, Jaylon Smith looks to be a valued member of this defense. He may not be 100% yet, and Dallas will have to figure out ways to protect him in coverage, but if there’s one thing Law loves about this kid, it’s his explosiveness -even at 80-85% health.
Law Nation returns for a quick film session on Byron Jones’s performance against the Cardinals. The Cowboys won the game 28-17 but Jones individually left a little something to be desired.
Law Nation offers some halftime thoughts for the Cowboys as they lead the Rams 24-16.
Law Nation and Darreck Kirby break down what was a disappointing home loss for the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Who deserves the blame? Dak? Dez? What about Terrence Williams or Ryan Switzer? Regardless of your answer, there’s plenty of blame to go around and no one is spared from Law and Darreck’s scrutiny.
Lawrence “Law Nation” Thomas dives into the film and breaks down Cowboys safety Xavier Woods’s performance against the Los Angeles Rams.
If you pay attention to the NFL, specifically if you pay attention to the Dallas Cowboys, you’ve undoubtedly heard the buzz surrounding the Dallas Cowboys new starting quarterback, Dak Prescott. Going into his second year, the Mississippi State product is looking to build on a season that saw him throw for complete 67.8% of his […]