Monday, November 23, 2020

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Dallas Sports

Discussing the trials and tribulations of the four Dallas sports teams and their struggles to win a championship in the new millennium.

The NBA Offseason is finally here!!! No, seriously, it has finally begun. Even during the NBA Finals, there are deals that are already agreed on or close to being agreed on. For instance, the New York Knicks are rumored to be in talks with the Oklahoma City Thunder about acquiring Chris Paul, according to @ScoopB. This deal would send Kevin...
Dak Prescott and His Injury: In Sunday's game against the Giants, Dak went down. He has a major fracture and cut due to the broken bone going through the body. Everybody says that injuries are part of football, and that's a fact. Furthermore, we have seen gruesome injuries over the past few years in the NFL. Take Alex Smith as...
This will go down as the weirdest week in NFL history. It had great comebacks and good games, but the bad part was that majority of your roster could be filled with injured players. Key players on many teams went down this week changing dynamic of the rest of the season. Recap of Week 2 Notable injures: Christian McCaffery is out...
The NFL Season is just moments away so we step back and look at some of the last-minute roster changes and dive into some of the History of the National Football League. We also dive in deeper to Commissioner Roger Goodell's interview with CNBC. History  The NFL was founded in 1920 as originally the American Professional Football Association. Then later renamed...
America's Team just won against the Houston Texans 34-0 in Week 3 of the NFL Preseason. While this result may seem meaningless, there are some important takeaways from the game that can translate into the regular season, with or without Zeke. Tony Pollard While 2016 first-round draft pick and 2-time rushing leader Ezekiel Elliott continues to sit out preseason games and...
Going into Washington, I had high hopes for the Cowboys. Now, after this loss to Tennessee, things look desperate heading into Philadelphia this week. The Cowboys appear to be a sinking ship, but the question is "Can the ship be saved?" Play Calling The first issue, and probably the most obvious, is poor play calling. The Cowboys tend to continuously run...
This article is the final installment in a series titled “The Plight of Dallas Sports Teams Since 2000,” in which I take a look at each of the four major Dallas sports teams and reflect on their playoff struggles, ultimately investigating the causes of their woes. With the other Dallas sports teams, including the Mavs, Stars, and Cowboys, the playoffs were...
This article is part of an ongoing series titled “The Plight of Dallas Sports Teams Since 2000,” in which I take a look at each of the four major Dallas sports teams and reflect on their playoff struggles, ultimately investigating the causes of their woes. Since their move from Minnesota in 1993, the Stars have taken Dallas by storm and...

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