In the last several years, the Dallas Cowboys have struggled to break through to be true Super Bowl contenders. The team has either had their disappointing shortcoming in the regular season or falling just shy in the playoffs.
Soon-to-be inducted Hall of Famer Terrell Owens stated in a recent interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio that he believes the problem hasn’t been the players but rather the coaching staff led by head coach Jason Garrett.
When you look at since I left in ’09, nothing has really changed. You think about the great players that are coming in and out of that organization, it can’t just be all players. Wade Phillips was the head coach when I was there.
The second-leading rusher in team history (12,036 yards), he played in two Super Bowls and set a record with a 99-yard TD run in 1982.
The only player to ever win Super Bowl MVP honors (Super Bowl V) for the losing team, Howley got his ring the following year. He was an all-pro for five consecutive seasons (1966-70), tops among all Cowboys linebackers.
Earlier this month, The New York Times detailed the misogynistic and predatory behavior that some Washington Redskins cheerleaders allegedly were subjected to on multiple occasions.
The Washington Redskins countered some of the more lewd claims, which included details from a 2013 trip to an adults-only resort in Costa Rica. Cheerleaders were asked to go topless and wear body paint with Redskins sponsors and FedEx Field suite owners all men watching, according to five unnamed cheerleaders who attended the photo shoot.
At long last, 50 Cent can breathe a sigh of relief. He might not have the worst first pitch ever. Akbar Gbaja-Biamila is challenging him for that spot after a horrendous spike into the ground Thursday afternoon at Citizen’s Bank Park in Philadelphia ahead of the Phillies ’ matchup with the Giants. Who is Akbar Gbaja-Biamila?