Jean-Jacques Taylor joined ESPNDallas.com in August 2011. A native of Dallas, Taylor spent the past 20 years writing for The Dallas Morning News, where he covered high schools sports, the Texas Rangers and spent 11 seasons covering the Dallas Cowboys before becoming a general columnist in 2006.
With Orlando Scandrick lost to injury, Morris Claiborne has a shot at starting in the Dallas Cowboys' defensive backfield. First, he must improve his technique, route recognition and playmaking.
Without Colby Lewis at the top of his game, the Rangers weren't going to stop the Blue Jays' hot bats. It didn't make matters any easier with David Price on the opposing mound.
Greg Hardy played only seven snaps in Thursday's preseason game, but that was enough to show the immediate impact he will have on the Cowboys and their opponents.
Before joining the Arizona Cardinals as the first female intern on an NFL coaching staff, Jen Welter played women's pro football in Dallas. Will she be a trailblazer for other females?
Darren Woodson will enter the Dallas Cowboys' Ring of Honor, which should help his cause to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
After a whirlwind week that included a no-hitter, being traded to Texas and taking the mound for his new team one day after his arrival, Cole Hamels came close to winning his Rangers debut.
DeAndre Jordan was supposed to be the link to the future, a piece the Dallas Mavericks could build around. Instead, he'll forever be known as the man who destroyed the franchise.
If the Texas Rangers are to make a playoff push, they'll need Josh Hamilton's consistent bat as he returns from a injury rehab stint.
The Texas Rangers are going through a tough stretch, but manager Jeff Banister knows they must keep battling.
Monta Ellis is opting out of the final year of his contract with the Mavericks, but fans don't seem to care, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
Jason Garrett's efforts to build a focused, winning Cowboys squad has put the coach, and the franchise, in good stead.
Dez Bryant isn't at minicamp, and his contract situation still looms. Until he misses a day of training camp, though, the implications won't be real.
Joey Gallo's brief time with the Rangers has been a major success, making it difficult to justify it if the team sends him back to the minors.
As the Dallas Cowboys wait for undersized DE Randy Gregory to bulk up, defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli is giving him a crash course on rushing the passer so that he can thrive and survive.
Rangers manager Jeff Banister has earned the respect of his club, and it shows in the team's recent results.
The Dallas Cowboys maintain Greg Hardy can be a team leader, citing strong practice conduct and work ethic, even as the defensive end faces a 10-game league suspension for detrimental conduct.
Top Rangers prospect Joey Gallo had three hits, four RBIs and his first homer, leaving fans, teammates and his manager impressed.
Josh Hamilton has found a resurgence with the Rangers, and his productive bat makes them a better club.
More than most professional athletes, Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton yearns to please the fans. He needs their adulation. It fuels him like few others, as seen Thursday in his home debut.
Having a healthy Tony Romo shouldn't change what the Cowboys plan to do on offense this season.
DeAndre Jordan represents the Mavericks' last hope to put a championship-caliber team together around Dirk Nowitzki before he retires.
The Rangers need the best Josh Hamilton they can get, so there is no need to rush him back to the big club.
The Cowboys appear to be in position for sustained success thanks to a front office that is finally in sync.
Dallas doesn't seem to trust the running back just yet, but it has a plan no matter what.
The Rangers' stagnant offense could use whatever pop Josh Hamilton has left in his bat.
Wearing No. 94, Cowboys rookie Randy Gregory knows he has plenty to live up to.
Cowboys are content to use franchise tag on star receiver Dez Bryant unless long-term pact protects them from potential off-field issues, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
Despite the Rangers' early struggles, Jon Daniels shouldn't be looking for a shake-up.
Jerry Jones knows defense is the way, and proved it by the way his team drafted.
For Dallas' offense to function like last year's model, the Cowboys must address running back early in the draft.
Troubled outfielder Josh Hamilton has an opportunity to be productive for the Texas Rangers and mend fences with their fans. He will be judged on all that only through his actions and hard work.
The Mavericks need Monta Ellis to keep attacking to have any hope of extending their series against the Rockets, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Mavericks-Rockets series is essentially over. All that's left is another display of pride from Dallas. We would expect no less.
With the Texas Rangers apparently ready to give outfielder Josh Hamilton a second chance, perhaps both can rewrite their recently troubled sagas.
There's no chance Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy can dominate on the field against elite athletes if his 10-game suspension isn't reduced significantly. Was signing him a waste of time?
As Orlando Scandick becomes a leader for the Cowboys, he deserves a new deal.
It has been an offseason of discontent for Dez Bryant, and that doesn't figure to change any time soon.
Surprise, surprise: Rajon Rondo appears to be peaking just as the playoffs arrive, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister has adopted a next-man-up attitude in dealing with this young season's injuries to Yu Darvish, Derek Holland and other players.
Texas Rangers starter Derek Holland strained his shoulder in the home opener, and his dream of leading a pitching staff was delayed by another injury setback, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
Monta Ellis of the Dallas Mavericks wants the max deal. To get it, he'll need to prove a lot more this postseason than he did in the regular season, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Ex-VCU coach is a winner above all else and will return Longhorns to prominence, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Cowboys suddenly are a prudent offseason shopper, a proper approach for a team trying to build a sustained winner.
The Mavs beat San Antonio because they played together, and they played with desperation, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Greg Hardy will undoubtedly make the Cowboys better, so the question is if he is the "right kind of guy" in the eyes of coach Jason Garrett, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Larry Brown has made SMU relevant in college basketball, and now is the Mustangs' chance to show the country how far they've come.
In the case of a player like defensive end Greg Hardy who can bolster the pass rush, the Cowboys will forsake all for talent, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
McFadden is in the unenviable and impossible position of replacing DeMarco Murray. But that doesn't mean he can't succeed, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Stephen Jones is calling the shots for the Cowboys and now must find a replacement for DeMarco Murray.
DeMarco Murray, a man without a team for now, doesn't seem stressed about his future, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
SMU's turnaround under Larry Brown would make his former mentor Dean Smith proud, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Two years ago, the Rangers had a rotation that was the envy of baseball. Now it's in tatters, just like Texas' season.
After reportedly suffering a drug relapse, Los Angeles Angels left fielder Josh Hamilton must get his life in order before concentrating on baseball, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
New Rangers manager Jeff Banister ready for his opportunity in Texas, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
The Cowboys have many options when it comes to running backs for the 2015-16 season. Adrian Peterson just isn't one of them, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
If the Mavericks are to engineer a deep playoff run, Rajon Rondo and coach Rick Carlisle must find a common ground when it comes to how the offense should be run.
The Dallas Cowboys need a second straight season of 10 or more wins to prove they are not one-hit wonders, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The potential of Jurickson Profar is hard to predict, as the unproven Texas Rangers second baseman might miss another season due to a shoulder injury, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
By adding Amar'e Stoudemire and Rajon Rondo, the Mavs' front office has delivered on its promise to give Dirk the best possible roster to win one more ring, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Dallas Cowboys need a second straight season of 10 or more wins to prove they are not one-hit wonders, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Monta Ellis is the Mavs' best player these days, and Tyson Chandler is their most valuable player. But Dirk Nowitzki remains the team's heartbeat, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
If Carolina releases Greg Hardy, the Cowboys will do their due diligence on the former sixth-round pick. But do they really want him on the team?
In this NFL era, Tony Romo's age matters less, especially if he leads the Cowboys to a Super Bowl.
Running back Joseph Randle put his future -- and any shot of starting -- with the Dallas Cowboys in doubt after his latest arrest, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Johnny Manziel's decision to enter rehab is a positive first step at regaining his life and a chance for NFL success, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
For former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Charles Haley, selection to the Pro Football Hall of Fame was long overdue, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Cowboys of old might have pursued Adrian Peterson, but they're better off sticking with DeMarco Murray, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
It was fair to wonder how Rondo would react the first time he dealt with Carlisle's penchant for the power of unfiltered truth, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon should learn from Roy Tarpley's path, in hopes he doesn't follow the same one, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Free-agent running back gave 2014 team its identity and freed QB Tony Romo for career year -- so Jerry Jones must find a way to get a deal done.
Jerry Jones has changed his ways, and it points toward sustained success for the Cowboys.
Jason Garrett's reported new contract shows that Jerry Jones' quest to find a coach who can coexist with the owner's ego, but isn't a "yes man," has ended, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
We should be talking about a riveting NFC playoff game instead of Dez Bryant's Lambeau Leap that wasn't, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Dallas Cowboys' offense is defined by a dominating line and the rushing attack of DeMarco Murray, which wears down opponents and opens up the passing game, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
A win over Green Bay would put to rest any lingering questions about Tony Romo's value to the Cowboys, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
The decision by Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett to go for it on a key fourth down late proved his mettle and helped win the playoff game, so dismiss all talk of him being owner Jerry Jones' puppet, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The vibe seems different for these Cowboys, who have wasted postseason chances in the past.
The Dallas Cowboys are focused on their own preparation and execution, and they won't change their identity or strategy for Ndamukong Suh or any opponent, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Cowboys' latest version of 'The Triplets' gives them a chance to do damage in the playoffs, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
With a monster line, a reliable ground game and the right playcaller, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback has had his best season, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Cowboys have a mediocre home record, but they aren't worried about it.
The arrival of Rajon Rondo shows Mark Cuban's commitment to building a title contender in Dallas, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
With DeMarco Murray's broken left ring finger putting his status in jeopardy for the Cowboys, now seems like a good time to tell you why it's not the end of the world if Murray doesn't play Sunday against Indianapolis, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
It has been several years since the Cowboys surpassed eight wins. Nonetheless, this 10-win squad has expected to win all year, including Sunday in Philly, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Dallas Cowboys star running back DeMarco Murray punishes defenses early so he can exploit them late, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
If the Cowboys want to beat the Eagles, they have to overcome their weak pass rush and put pressure on Mark Sanchez.
With division in the balance, the Dallas Cowboys will have enough rest and prep time to avoid another blowout by the Philadelphia Eagles, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Tony Romo's routine change has him feeling better -- and playing like it. If the Cowboys are to make the playoffs, it'll be due to Romo's continued strong play, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
New SMU coach Chad Morris is banking on his Texas roots for improved in-state recruiting and greater overall success for the Mustangs, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Despite his troubling December record, Tony Romo knows the Cowboys must play their best football or doubt will creep in, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
A revamped Tony Romo is a more effective QB and the Cowboys are better for it.
After four-plus seasons in Dallas, it's clear Jason Garrett is not a puppet for Jerry Jones.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is all about life in the moment. Be your best today, he stresses, and rewards will follow. So he, Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray can think contracts later, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
If it is to win its division and end its playoff drought, Dallas has to show it can do what good teams do: beat the bad ones, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Coach Gary Patterson and the Horned Frogs gave the Dallas native a shot to play QB, and a playoff berth could be the payoff, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Cowboys can't afford a loss to the Jags in London if they expect to end their playoff drought.
The Cowboys aren't looking for Tony Romo's heir apparent, just a bus driver to keep them on track, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
If quarterback Brandon Weeden is called on Sunday to play for the recovering Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys still will be in good shape, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
With a lot of depth and a lot of veterans, these Mavericks are exactly the type of team Rick Carlisle likes to coach -- and can take deep into the playoffs, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
After years of grinding, the Dallas Cowboys have translated their coach's mantras into a steady 6-1, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Scott Linehan's play-calling has had quite a positive effect on the Dallas Cowboys' offense.
Rangers GM Jon Daniels was drawn to manager Jeff Banister's authenticity.
Forget about DeMarco Murray getting fewer carries. The Dallas Cowboys will feed him the ball as many times as it takes to win, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
Jason Garrett is finally getting to coach every facet of the Dallas Cowboys, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor of ESPN Dallas.
We'll have a better idea Sunday night just how real Jason Garrett's 4-1 squad is, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Rolando McClain, a football vagabond just a few months ago, has evolved into the Cowboys' leader on defense.
Jason Garrett never deviated from his plan, and his process is finally yielding results.
DeMarco Murray isn't one to talk about numbers. He only cares about helping the Cowboys win.
If Morris Claiborne is to reach his potential, he must first be honest with himself.
Adrian Peterson's career is in turmoil, but his hometown's love for the Vikings running back is unchanged.
There's nothing wrong with Tony Romo serving as a complementary player for the Cowboys.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has unwavering support from the league's owners, Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said.
The Cowboys need Tony Romo to be mentally sharp against the Titans or they could find themselves in an 0-2 hole.
While the Cowboys' defense is among the NFL's worst, it's the offense that could cost Jason Garrett his job, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
With no big-time QBs, June Jones' high-flying offense never came to fruition at SMU.
The popular players' manager changed the Texas franchise's culture and turned the Rangers into winners at last.
Rod Marinelli is one of the NFL's most respected defensive coordinators. But he is working with limited tools in an attempt to resuscitate the Dallas Cowboys' woeful defense, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Josh Brent has served his sentence and now must take advantage of his second chance.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is taking no shortcuts in building his team, even if it means he won't get to see the end result, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
A Super Bowl win is the goal as the Dallas Cowboys' star wideout eyes a monster season.
The Cowboys need Henry Melton to be a disruptive force for their defense to have any chance.
Tony Romo must ensure the Cowboys run the ball more this season.
Yu Darvish should be pushing himself and playing through pain for his teammates, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
All signs point to DeMarco Murray having the best season of his Dallas Cowboys career.
A couple of nice plays per game are not enough for a unit that was among the NFL's worst in 2013.
Cowboys star wide receiver Dez Bryant is showing no signs he's pouting over lack of a new deal in wake of Tyron Smith's big extension.
After the Dallas Cowboys declared Tony Romo healthy and ready to play, the quarterback was held out of practice. And again the team can't get its story straight.
After two retirements, Rolando McClain must prove to Jason Garrett and the Dallas Cowboys that he's worthy of a roster spot, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Jerry Jones seems to be showing patience for Jason Garrett and his coaching staff.
It's going to be on the players to carry the weight of winning this time around, because Jason Garrett and his coaching staff will take this Dallas Cowboys squad only so far, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
Dirk Nowitzki has sacrificed for the Mavs, but the front office has struck out on big-name free agents.
The biggest impact Jason Garrett can have on the Cowboys is by being considerably better at game management, whether we're talking about when to use timeouts, when to run the ball or when to challenge a call, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
Dallas QB will be around awhile yet, but, at 34, he must learn to rely on mental ability.
It makes no sense for the Cowboys to wait to see what Kyle Orton decides.
The Cowboys can't build their defense around Sean Lee's immense talent because his body breaks down too often.
GM Daniels, manager Washington can't survive anything less than vintage Prince.
Injured slugger Prince Fielder expects so much more of himself and cares deeply.
The Browns risk failure if they suppress how Johnny Manziel -- and his alter ego, Johnny Football -- plays and acts, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
The Texas Rangers' season looks bleak with two starters probably done for season and the bullpen deeply impacted.
Matt Harrison's possible setback only adds to the Texas Rangers pitching staff's issues, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Defensive end Demarcus Lawrence's pass-rushing skills made him the right choice to help the Dallas Cowboys forget about DeMarcus Ware and last season's porous defense.
Looking ahead, Jerry Jones' apparent choice to not chase Johnny Manziel is the right one for the Cowboys.
Mavericks surprised by pushing Spurs to limit, but Game 7 letdown highlights holes to fill.
The Mavs are Dirk Nowitzki's team, yes, but they would would be nowhere without Monta Ellis' heroics.
Facing elimination in Game 6 against the San Antonio Spurs, the Mavericks need to put for the effort on defense that coach Rick Carlisle has been demanding.
If the Dallas Mavericks are to have any chance in Game 6 against the San Antonion Spurs, Dirk Nowitzki must start where he left off in Game 5.
The Dallas Mavericks are now built so that Dirk Nowitzki no longer needs to be the first scoring option.
Vince Carter finally earned redemption for an ancient miss by draining the buzzer 3-pointer that won Game 3 for the Dallas Mavericks.
Dirk Nowitzki led by example in Game 2, and the Mavs followed him to a win.
Monta Ellis is simply trying to prove he can match his regular-season performance in the postseason.
Dirk Nowitzki must be better for the Mavs to have a shot against the Spurs.
The Dallas Mavericks will need their entire roster -- and coach Rick Carlisle drawing up winning plays -- to have a fighting chance against the San Antonio Spurs.
Prince Fielder's production will be what it has always been. Don't worry about him.
For Rick Carlisle, it's always about the team and never one player's agenda. It's what makes him one of the NBA's best coaches, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Two games remain in the regular season and the Mavs, who dropped to eighth in the Western Conference, remain in complete control of their playoff fate.
Cowboys fans must trust in Tony Romo, because Johnny Manziel is not coming to the rescue.
Whether it's the Final Four, a College Football Playoff championship game or NBA All-Star Weekend, nobody throws a party better than Jerry Jones and his $1.2 billion stadium, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Julius Randle is hoping a trip home for the Final Four yields a championship for Kentucky.
If there is an upside to Tanner Scheppers' Opening Day fiasco, it's that his pitching can only get better for the Texas Rangers.
His unorthodox style has been successful, but Ron Washington has big challenges with the Texas Rangers in 2014.
The Rangers' messy spring will turn into a disaster if Yu Darvish has to miss significant time.
This season was supposed to feature Jurickson Profar's emergence for the Rangers, but a shoulder injury has put that on hold.
After ace Darvish, Texas is set to trot out a parade of pitching question marks.
The Cowboys took a solid step in rebuilding their defense by landing one-time Pro Bowler Henry Melton, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
The Southern Methodist Mustangs only have themselves to blame for not making NCAA tournament.
DeMarcus Ware will thrive in Denver, but the Cowboys should not have regret.
Credit Jerry Jones for acting like a GM in making a difficult, but correct decision, to release DeMarcus Ware.
Devon Harris is taking advantage of his chance for more playing time in Dallas.
Head coach Larry Brown expects the Southern Methodist Mustangs to accept responsibility for and correct mistakes in their loss to the Louisville Cardinals.
Ian Kinsler's venom directed at GM Jon Daniels should make Texas Rangers fans ecstatic.
If Jason Garrett has the Dallas Cowboys' offense under control, owner Jerry Jones wants his coach to fix the team's defense.
Unless Jerry Jones finally changes, the Cowboys' next 25 years could look a lot like their past 17.
The Cowboys have had great moments under Jerry Jones, but there should have been so many more.
49ers should give Jim Harbaugh what he wants -- because as Jerry Jones learned the hard way, a great coach is gold.
With one impactful draft, the Dallas Cowboys can save coach Jason Garrett's job.
When it comes to DeMarcus Ware, Jerry Jones needs to be prepared to cut ties if needed.
You saw the difference Tuesday night between a team that's going to make the playoffs and a team such as the Miami Heat, who have championship aspirations.
Three seasons after shocking the Miami Heat in NBA Finals, the Dallas Mavericks seek answers about potential and direction.
Ron Washington's contract status won't affect the way he continues to manage.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo must give up his game-planning authority to become a better player, leader and teammate.
Fixing the defense should be the priority for the Cowboys as they move forward.
Former Dallas Cowboys DE Charles Haley just needs patience, because he eventually will be voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, despite its flaws.
Despite his age, Dirk Nowitzki's All-Star selection is no gift to an aging player.
Jason Garrett continues to fight rather than serve as a puppet for Jerry Jones.
Coach should have license to hire own staff in final year of contract.
Despite some gaudy numbers, the Cowboys offense lacked killer instinct at key moments -- something Jerry Jones can't afford to ignore
In just his second year with the Southern Methodist Mustangs, veteran basketball coach Larry Brown already is talking about national title hopes.
With no replacement in sight, it will be on quarterback Tony Romo to fix the flaws in the Dallas Cowboys created by Jerry Jones.
The Baseball Hall of Fame needs to stop hiding from the truth and add a steroid wing.
Jerry Jones is the one to blame as the Cowboys' NFC title game drought hits 18 years.
Johnny Manziel will instantly become the biggest celebrity QB the NFL has seen since Broadway Joe.
The hiring of Charlie Strong, the Texas Longhorns' first African-American head football coach, is critical to both the growth of the sport and our culture.
To keep Rod Marinelli, the Cowboys should make him their defensive coordinator.
Kyle Orton's untimely interception sealed the fate of the Cowboys, who seem destined for mediocrity regardless of who is at quarterback, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
Underachievers have to play to their pedigree for Tony Romo-less Cowboys to beat Eagles.
General manager Jon Daniels makes the moves necessary to keep the Rangers in the title chase each year.
Tony Romo haters will have a new appreciation for the Dallas Cowboys quarterback when he misses Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Tony Romo fought through pain and DeMarco Murray stepped up when the offense needed him as the Cowboys rallied to beat the Redskins 24-23.
By acquiring Shin-Soo Choo, Rangers GM Jon Daniels will be a big step closer to delivering Texas a championship.
Jason Garrett has every right to call out Tony Romo, who still can redeem himself.
Jason Garrett's lip service to balanced offense still haunts the Cowboys.
These kinds of losses have us thinking that Jason Garrett, who failed to take control late in the game, just might not make it to next season as head coach.
The 2013 Cowboys are depending on a return to form by DeMarcus Ware.
Jerry Jones can't let his emotion of being a fan get in the way of him doing his job as GM.
You can't blame Tony Romo for a disaster in which the defense couldn't make a single stop, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
One year after the tragic death of Jerry Brown, the Cowboys continue to preach safety while driving, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
The Dallas Cowboys are in position to reach the playoffs largely because their defense continues to cause turnovers.
Tony Romo has the Cowboys positioned to end their playoff drought and win the NFC East.
Tony Romo turned in yet another mistake-free performance, his norm the past few weeks, as the Cowboys moved two games over .500 for the first time this season. They did it wearing blue jerseys at a home game for the first time since 1963.
After a lack of postseason success with the Tigers, Prince Fielder is ready for a fresh start in Texas.
Forget the excuses, Dez Bryant has to be the focus of the Dallas Cowboys offense the rest of the way.
These kinds of wins have us thinking that Jason Garrett, who made key changes this week, just might be the guy to lead the Cowboys to the Super Bowl.
Jason Garrett might not be the most popular choice, but he's still the best option.
Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels has once again revealed his fearless nature with the Prince Fielder-Ian Kinsler trade.
With the Dallas Cowboys' defense a lost cause, coach Jason Garrett is focusing on Tony Romo and improving the offense.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett must take the offensive reins in order to save the team's season and his job.
Jerry Jones' reactionary decisions have been utter failures for the Cowboys.
There are no excuses for a defense this bad, which means coordinator Monte Kiffin will have to be replaced, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
Rob Ryan is flourishing in New Orleans, but the Cowboys are better off without him.
Safe or sorry: Tony Dorsett's signs of CTE raise questions at home about football.
Pass-happy ways cannot sustain success for the Dallas Cowboys.
A victory and a hold on first place in the NFC East are nice, but process needs help, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
The Dallas Mavericks' new formula of Monta Ellis and Dirk Nowitzki will equate to a playoff berth.
With new additions filling quality roles, this Dallas Mavericks team could make some waves.
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant should do a better job of controlling his emotions so they don't wind up defining him.
Until the Cowboys figure out how to close out teams consistently, the frustration will continue, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
When it comes to DeMarcus Ware's future, the Cowboys must be pragmatic -- not emotional, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
The Cowboys are counting on Rod Marinelli to get something out of underachieving Marvin Austin.
As he makes his 100th start, give Tony Romo credit for what he has done, not what he hasn't.
The Rangers lost their face of the franchise, who decided all the drama with Jon Daniels and ownership just wasn't worth it
It's become clear by the release of Jay Ratliff and several others before him that the Dallas Cowboys' personnel moves are steered by coach Jason Garrett.
A gritty effort by their role players helped the Cowboys persevere against Washington when their stars weren't shining, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
For Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to win the big ones, he must change his habit of making poor decisions at the most inopportune times.
It's easy to blame the coaches for the Dallas Cowboys' defensive woes, but the reason for the problems is that the players just aren't talented enough.
Jason Garrett can talk all he wants about the positives he saw against Denver, but the fact remains the Cowboys are still the epitome of mediocre.
If Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne is to get better respect from opposing quarterbacks, he must redouble efforts to improve his technique.
Nelson Cruz was welcomed back to the Texas Rangers on Monday night, but he and his teammates seemed overwhelmed by David Price and the Tampa Bay Rays.
Dallas continues to give up big plays, despite Monte Kiffin's new Tampa 2 scheme and a perceived changed attitude in the locker room. All leading to a 2-2 record.
Texas Rangers' Jurickson Profar finally came through Thursday night with a towering homer to lead off the bottom of a tie game in the ninth inning.
Tony Romo has matured, but will his careful approach become a staple for him?
Perhaps miffed at the media for questioning him, DeMarco Murray chose not to speak to the media after the Cowboys' win. He let his performance speak for itself.
Cowboys leaders are speaking up to motivate themselves as coach always wanted
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett harps about establishing a physical identity. If there aren't improvements in the running game, this team will live and die by the pass.
Good teams make big plays at crunch time, Cowboys didn't
If the Texas Rangers want to fulfill their aspirations of seeing the postseason, it's on their highest-paid pitchers and hitters to deliver.
Cowboys must be creative getting Dez the ball with teams game-planning to stop him.
Even in Dallas, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is loved and hated. To change his questionable reputation under pressure, he must play his best in big games.
With a quiet offseason away from the field and added refinement and maturity on it, Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant now has all the tools to match his lofty expectations.
What we don't know about the Dallas Cowboys will have run its course soon enough.
Jason Garrett is the Cowboys' best hope for sustained success.
Jones, Garrett must be honest about perilous state of offensive line
After years of publicly shielding his players, Jason Garrett has shifted his philosophy when it comes to holding them accountable.
Dez Bryant is positioned for a big payday if he stays on his current path.
Tony Romo and the Cowboys can't afford to be playing catch-up because of slow starts.
The Texas Rangers need their ace, Yu Darvish, to elevate his game, because their offense isn't suddenly going to improve.
Center fielder Leonys Martin is fulfilling the promise the Rangers saw in him.
Jon Daniels never panics, which is why the Rangers are in position to make a run .
With his Hall of Fame father watching, Jared Green tries to make the Cowboys' roster.
To win without Nelson Cruz, the Texas Rangers must fix their baserunning blunders, then rely on the pitching of Yu Darvish, Derek Holland and Matt Garza.
The Cowboys have placed an emphasis on forcing turnovers, and it paid off against Miami.
Larry Allen and Bill Parcells couldn't win together, but both enter the Hall of Fame as champions.
DeMarcus Ware is one of the best pass-rushers to ever play this game, but his legacy will depend on whether he and the Cowboys can win a championship, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
If Monte Kiffin's Tampa 2 defensive scheme helps the Cowboys create turnovers, then no one will be making jokes about a 73-year-old defensive coordinator.
Cowboys need DeMarco Murray to stay on the field if they are to end their playoff drought.
No more excuses: Tony Romo must be accountable for his performance -- good or bad.
With Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett handing off the play-calling duties, he must have a much better handle on the overall management of the game.
Despite what Jerry Jones says about Jason Garrett's job security after this season, the Cowboys head coach had better guide Dallas to the playoffs.
Dez Bryant had a quiet offseason, which is exactly what the Cowboys hoped for.
Jerry Jones can't let go of Josh Brent because he thinks he can help the Cowboys win.
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis finally hitting his stride far from home.
Jason Kidd's legacy as an all-time great point guard was cemented with the Mavs.
With his mental acumen merging with his immense talent, Dez Bryant is poised for a huge season.
With his fate at stake, here's betting Jason Garrett will call plays for the Cowboys.
Tony Romo might have more authority, but he still isn't acting like it.
Yu Darvish is a unique talent who can't be judged by traditional standards.
When you look at baseball's best record, you can't overlook Mitch Moreland, who is playing lights out in the field and at the plate for the Texas Rangers.
The Cowboys insist moving DeMarcus Ware is no big deal, but it comes with risks.
The Dallas Cowboys are missing out on the quarterback bargain that is the NFL draft. How long can they afford not to develop the position?
Tony Romo has to play his best ball in the biggest games if he is to change his legacy.
The real problem with the Cowboys? They have no clear identity or direction.
Yu Darvish let loose a rare display of emotion during Sunday's win, a game in which his performance was equally as rare.
Jerry Jones says Tony Romo will be more involved, but don't expect his approach to change.
The Dallas Cowboys invested heavily to address offensive holes in the draft. Now, Jason Garrett must produce results to save his job in 2013.
Cowboys could have stayed at 18 and picked a talented player and still land Travis Frederick.
The Cowboys need to find players early in the draft who are ready to start right away.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett runs the draft, and that could determine his future
Cowboys must do better at home to make playoffs and save Jason Garrett's job.
Mavs can't afford to enter another season with Dirk as the team's best player.
Dallas is still haunted by 2008 draft
Nolan Ryan's decision to stay is best for everyone, and the Rangers will be better for it.
Ian Kinsley has a new approach at the plate as he seeks bigger things.
Boo if you must, but it's time the Rangers and Josh Hamilton moved on.
The pitcher took a perfect game into the ninth, almost making history in the process
Signing Elvis Andrus to long-term deal gives Texas Rangers plenty of options.
The Rangers need to solidify the holes in their bullpen, and they need to do it fast.
Cowboys Stadium will do for Arlington and North Texas what the Super Dome has done for New Orleans, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Long defined by his failures, Tony Romo needs to rewrite his legacy now that the Dallas Cowboys have signed him to a big-money contract.
The Rangers have a better team than the Angels and A's; their pitching staff will prove it.
It's unfair for Mark Cuban to heap "elite" expectations on Dirk Nowitzki.
Finding a successor to Tony Romo won't be as easy as some people seem to think.
"Other guys have to step up and make plays, and we weren't able to make plays," said coach Rick Carlisle. That seems to sum up the Mavericks.
Yu Darvish has the stuff -- and the mentaility -- to be the best in the major leagues this season.
Jurickson Profar will be ready when it's his time ... Ron Washington will make sure of it.
Ryan deciding to stay or leave
Ron Washington has done so much for the Rangers, yet receives so little credit.
The Cowboys should enjoy Anthony Spencer's production next season, then let him go.
Rangers have to bet on Jon Daniels and youth for future.
Cowboys must draft and develop QBs to succeed Tony Romo or serve as valuable trade commodities.
Tony Romo doesn't owe it to Cowboys to take less money and shouldn't feel pressure to do so.
Playoff hopes fall on Dirk after Mavs settle for minor deal for Anthony Morrow.
Josh Hamilton doesn't get real reason fans booed him.
It sure seems like Jason Garrett will give up play-calling duties, but his ego won't let him announce it.
Jerry Jones is more concerned about building the Cowboys brand than a winner.
Jerry Jones needs to make Tony Romo earn a contract extension.
Plethora of good, young QBs makes path to title even harder for Tony Romo, Cowboys.
Former Cowboys offensive lineman Larry Allen's decorated career requires immediate Hall of Fame entry.
Rangers' offseason woes culminate in Nelson Cruz being linked to PEDs.
Cowboys should stick to football reasons when deciding Jay Ratliff's fate
The Mavs should go after Dwight Howard, but expectations need to be kept in check.
Cowboys can spin it however they want, but Jason Garrett has been demoted.
Jerry Jones could've used Jim Harbaugh's head coach template with Jason Garrett.
The Cowboys' decision to change defensive philosophies opens the door to many questions.
Tony Romo deserves blame for Cowboys' upheaval, needs less responsibility going forward.
Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki deals with the truth but also battles reality.
Jerry Jones needs to commit to Jason Garrett for the long haul or fire him now.
Cowboys' entire coaching staff should fear Jerry Jones' wrath after Rob Ryan's firing.
Jerry Jones would be wise to transfer play-calling duties from Jason Garrett to Bill Callahan.
Cowboys' Rob Ryan gets a pass because of injuries to defense, but he must deliver next season.
Tony Romo must shoulder blame in what has become all-too-familiar trend.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo's legacy not at stake against Redskins.
Cowboys' offense fails to make its own luck in overtime loss to Saints.
Mavericks' O.J. Mayo struggles in test of potential stardom in blowout loss to Heat.
Jason Garrett's process finally showing progress for Cowboys team in control of its destiny.
Rangers regress with what has been a disastrous offseason so far.
Roger Goodell's invulnerable authority takes a hit with overturned suspensions.
Confrontation with Jerry Jones should only serve to expedite Jay Ratliff's exit from Cowboys.
Jason Garrett, Cowboys deliver signature win in most difficult of circumstances.
The Cowboys play Cincinnati on Sunday, but it feels trivial in light of Saturday's tragedy.
Rangers need to prioritize signing Zack Greinke at Josh Hamilton's expense.
Cowboys' Jason Garrett needs to open up offense by riding its biggest playmakers.
Running back DeMarco Murray's impact is bigger than any stat.
Cowboys aren't good enough to consistently be playing from behind.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' questionable approach to play calling puts coach Jason Garrett on offensive.
Even Jerry Jones coming to grips with realization that playoffs are a pipe dream for Cowboys.
Jerry Jones must make fixing Cowboys' offensive line top priority in the offseason.
Cowboys' Jason Garrett making measured progress on accountability.
The Cowboys saved their season with a win over the Eagles.
Cowboys have no second chance in fight for survival against Eagles team in despair.
Cowboys' Jason Garrett hasn't delivered on pledge to boost offense.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett's job status enters critical stage with Sean Payton available.
Mavericks' playoffs streak destined to come to an end with lukewarm roster this season
Cowboys' close loss to Giants just another in a string of inconsistent performances.
If Mack Brown can't take bull by the horns, then Horns might consider moving on.
Does Jason Garrett trust his own offense? It's hard to tell at this point.
It wasn't pretty but Cowboys kept their season alive, and that's all that matters.
Jerry Jones' absurd contender talk would ring hollow with loss to Panthers.
Jerry Jones needs to keep Jason Garrett around while coach learns how to win.
The Cowboys once again made dumb mistakes that cost them a game.
Like a good skipper, Ron Washington embraces blame for Rangers' collapse.
Rangers' season collapsed because underachievers lied to themselves.
Josh Hamilton's lethargic performance should be his last with the Rangers.
Looking like an ace, Yu Darvish earned the right to start the playoff opener.
Josh Hamilton's lackadaisical effort on routine fly ball is inexcusable.
Sean Payton misses Saints but cherishes chance to spend time with his children.
Tony Romo must improve immediately for Cowboys to have a shot at playoffs.
The sloppy Cowboys can't expect Tony Romo to win games all by himself.
Jason Garrett must clean up the Cowboys' unsightly mess of mistakes.
Josh Hamilton's drama will be forgotten if the Rangers win the World Series.
Jason Garrett needs to get a lot more production out of the Cowboys' offense.
The Cowboys' defense lacks enough of an edge to scare its opponents.
It would be foolish for the Cowboys to cut running back Felix Jones now.
Ron Washington and the Rangers know the AL West race is far from over.
Jason Garrett has transformed Cowboys to maximize accountability, potential.
Best buds Tony Romo and Jason Witten are united in their desire to win a title.
RB DeMarco Murray has the abillity to change the game at any second.
Cowboys deliver vintage performance that sends message to rest of league.
If the Cowboys are going to make the playoffs, Tony Romo must lead the way.
Cowboys have no use on roster for athletic but timid QB Stephen McGee.
Regardless of Jerry Jones' verbal gymnastics, the Dez Rules are necessary.
NT Jay Ratliff's effort may not be replaceable, but his production might be.
If Dez Bryant can't play by the Cowboys' rules, it will be time for him to go.
Mark Cuban can't really believe the Mavs are better off without Deron Williams.
Pass rusher Victor Butler is pressuring the Cowboys to get him on the field.
Jason Witten's injury is just one of those things, so quit pointing fingers.
Jurickson Profar can help Rangers achieve goal of winning a title.
Tyron Smith has the tools and tenacity to successfully move over to left tackle.
Dez Bryant can look to Jason Witten as example of overcoming hardship.
Rob Ryan has no excuse if the Cowboys' defense doesn't plug last season's holes.
Bill Callahan on board to challenge Jason Garrett's approach to running game.
Cowboys' third receiver becomes crucial piece, but he's not currently on roster.
Jason Garrett preaches mental toughness in critical moments for Cowboys.
Jerry Jones has made it clear his patience with Dez Bryant has reached its limit.
Rangers need to consider sitting Michael Young if he doesn't start producing.
The Cowboys must make Dez Bryant accountable for his actions.
Jason Garrett is methodically building the Cowboys to be consistent winners.
Josh Hamilton needs to realize his potential for Rangers to reach their goals.
Rangers can forget about third straight World Series if they don't fortify rotation.
Don't be shocked when the Cowboys give Tony Romo a Drew Brees-like deal.
Dez Bryant is blowing the chance to give his kids the childhood he never had.
Even with recent additions, Mavs are closer to mediocrity than title contention.
Darren Woodson has been very difficult for the Cowboys to replace at safety.
Rangers lefty Matt Harrison is learning how to give his team a chance to win.
Finally facing adversity, it's time for the Rangers to show what they're made of.
Decorated Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware fights through scrutiny, keeps focus.
The Cowboys need linebacker Bruce Carter to show he was worth the wait.
The Cowboys need their top picks to deliver to break the cycle of mediocrity.
Rangers closer Joe Nathan has settled into a dominant groove.
Roy Oswalt won't be an ace, but he's a good fit for what the Rangers need.
Perhaps he's hurt or ailing, but Rangers' Yu Darvish needs to be throwing strikes.
Tony Romo needs a better supporting cast for the Cowboys to contend.
If healthy, Dez Bryant will blossom into the playmaker the Cowboys need.
By seeking a trade, Cowboys CB Mike Jenkins is looking for an easy way out.
Rangers' homestand begins with promise but ends with missed opportunities.
Jason Garrett constructs Cowboys in own image with high-motor overachievers.
Starters need to pitch deep into games if the Rangers want to go the distance.
Even with the known risks, the Rangers can't afford not to sign Josh Hamilton.
Yu Darvish's winning attitude shows why Rangers chose him over C.J. Wilson.
Owner Mark Cuban can't put a price on Rick Carlisle's perfect fit as Mavs' coach.
Lamar Odom's signing brought false hope and turned into a colossal failure.
The Mavs fought hard but couldn't overcome OKC's youth and speed.
Mavs' whining over officiating doesn't change the fact that they're average.
The Mavs' lack of execution in crunch time has their season on life support.
The Mavericks' top priority must be controlling Russell Westbrook.
Dirk Nowitzki must shoulder an even bigger load for Mavs against Thunder.
The Cowboys deserve credit for being bold and moving up for Morris Claiborne.
The Rangers are leaving no doubt that they're American League's best team.
The Cowboys need to stay put at No. 14 and draft the best player available.
Larry Brown's success at SMU will have everything to do with recruiting in DFW.
Don't expect the underdog Mavericks to make a long run in the playoffs.
Vince Carter makes the Mavs a much harder out if he provides consistent play.
SMU will rely on Larry Brown to revive its program after botching coaching search.
Deion Sanders isn't worried about critics of his Prime Prep Academy.
Lamar Odom's indifference was enough to give Mark Cuban a pass for confrontation.
Yu Darvish was over-amped early, but he refused to yield and showed grit.
Yu Darvish's filthy stuff could provide some magical moments for the Rangers.
It didn't take long at all for Ian Kinsler to show worth, so Rangers should pay up.
Family approach helps Ron Washington get most out of 25 Rangers personalities.
"Coach Joe" never took himself seriously and had fun. Simply put: He got it.
The Stars blew their chance and now will be watching the playoffs yet again.
If it's one or the other, Mavs must target Deron Williams over Dwight Howard.
On the playoff bubble, Mavs can't afford for Jason Terry to be inconsistent.
The Mavs don't have time to reminisce in Miami with the playoffs approaching.
Ian Kinsler produces runs with his power and speed from the leadoff spot.
Neftali Feliz's secondary pitches are key to becoming steady member of rotation.
Yu Darvish's rough outing isn't something to fret over; it's part of the process.
Jerry Jones took a risk with the salary cap, but Roger Goodell makes him pay.
The current Rangers are reminiscent of the Cowboys from the early 1990s.
Rick Carlisle made a curious choice to sit Jason Terry with the game on the line.
Lamar Odom finally showed up for Mavs, but the key is if he can keep doing it.
Cowboys should use Rangers as example and make commitment to youth.
Free agent-to-be Deron Williams controls games with his ballhandling skills.
Joe Nieuwendyk makes no moves before trade deadline, showing faith in Stars.
Seeing former NFL star receiver Terrell Owens playing in the IFL is surreal.
The Cowboys need to address QB to avoid an Anthony Spencer-type situation.
Rick Carlisle has Mavs succeeding despite talks of a throwaway season.
Dominique Jones is stepping up to help ease the burden on Jason Kidd.
Jeremy Lin has captivated fans, much like Tony Romo did when he got started.
Coach Gary Patterson and TCU will survive shameful day of arrests.
Dirk Nowitzki and Kobe Bryant are the best closers in the NBA right now.
Dirk Nowitzki's All-Star presence gets last pass as more power forwards emerge.
June Jones does right by his players, including those who decide to transfer.
Josh Hamilton's leverage with Rangers falls victim to latest alcohol relapse.
Charles Haley is a missing piece in Canton as he was for 49ers, Cowboys.
Poor officiating was not to blame for the Mavericks' loss to the Thunder.
For Dallas Lincoln football players, signing day represents hope for better future.
Ron Washington's humanity inspires Rangers to give him their all.
It's too early in the season to make judgments about Dirk Nowitzki's game.
Lamar Odom is struggling for the Mavs, but he's too good to not snap out of it.
The Cowboys have the worst organization among the four major pro teams in D-FW.
Don't expect the pressure to get to Yu Darvish, who exudes confidence.
With the Yu Darvish deal, the Rangers confirmed their commitment to pitching.
Josh Hamilton is a better long-term choice for the Rangers than Prince Fielder.
Jason Garrett can expand his focus by allowing Bill Callahan significant role.
Wade Phillips' success proves the Cowboys' defenders aren't good enough.
Cowboys' sum of 10 plays that shaped season don't add up to playoff berth.
If this offseason is free from drama, we should take it as an indication Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is maturing and moving toward being a franchise player. If not, then there's no way he'll see a second contract. It's entirely up to Bryant.
Stop me if you've heard this before; Cowboys falter in the big moment.
Rick Carlisle has become one of the best by holding his players accountable.
Dirk Nowitzki's clutch performances make him the Lone Star of the year.
The Cowboys can put past failures behind them with clutch win at Giants.
Don't judge Lamar Odom on his short debut, but he needs to stay in the game.
There's little to indicate Cowboys are ready for winner-take-all Giants duel.
The Rangers' bid for Yu Darvish shows they are finally a big-market club.
The Cowboys need wins, and beating up on the Bucs was a good first step.
Sam Hurd's arrest contradicts former Cowboys WR's pious, affable demeanor.
Jason Garrett faces critical three-week stretch with Cowboys in crisis mode.
Mavs fans are excited about Lamar Odom, but Mark Cuban looks bad in deal.
The Cowboys have to figure out a way to slay their deadly December demons.
The Cowboys need Tony Romo to come up big in a huge game against the Giants.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett should admit he screwed up against the Cards.
Finding accountability partner to replace Johnny Narron key for Josh Hamilton.
For a smart coach, Jason Garrett's use of timeouts against Arizona sure was dumb.
DeMarco Murray provides Jason Garrett a player to make the center of his offense.
The smart move for the Mavs is to do whatever it takes to sign Tyson Chandler.
Cowboys find way to string victories together without scoring style points.
UT's arrogance, A&M's inferiority complex share blame for thwarting tradition.
Tony Romo has stopped making bad decisions and is reaping the rewards.
The Cowboys needed -- and got -- a complete team effort to edge Washington.
The decision should be easy: Neftali Feliz belongs in the Rangers' rotation.
The Cowboys can now use Felix Jones in role they envisioned when drafting him.
It's Tony Romo's job to make sure Dallas keeps winning and stays in contention.
DeMarco Murray looks like a star, but proclaiming him one is premature.
Given time, Jason Garrett will build a consistent contender in Dallas.
The Cowboys' inconsistent performances prove that they're just a mediocre team.
Rob Ryan should curb smack talk until mediocre Cowboys can back him up.
Missed opportunities will haunt Rangers until they win a World Series title.
The Rangers choked in Game 6, but this resilient bunch isn't dead yet.
With his track record of success, why second-guess Ron Washington?
Rangers' Mike Napoli has shown patience needed to thrive under pressure.
Derek Holland turns in a masterful performance to save Rangers' season.
Call at first was bad, but it was missteps -- and Albert Pujols -- that sunk Rangers.
Versatile offense manufactures rally in ninth, puts Rangers in driver's seat.
Alexi Ogando finally faltered in a battle between two terrific bullpens.
It's time for C.J. Wilson to prove he's the ace we saw in the regular season.
Rangers kept faith in Michael Young, who came through when it mattered most.
True value of Rangers ace C.J. Wilson revealed when ball bounces other way.
Rangers show they can win with power, finesse, pitching, speed or defense.
The Rangers don't have a quality start in the ALCS, a trend that needs to end.
Nelson Cruz lowers the boom on Detroit with a grand slam in the 11th inning.
The Rangers' dominant pen shut down the Tigers in Game 1 of the 2011 ALCS.
Kari Lehtonen holds the key to the Stars' season, GM Joe Nieuwendyk's legacy.
A relaxed Adrian Beltre smashed three homers to send the Rangers to the ALCS.
Rangers, Neftali Feliz gain confidence in fireball closer's breaking pitches.
Cowboys will have to live with Tony Romo's poor decision-making skills.
Mike Napoli delivered more heroics to help the Rangers even their series.
The Rangers will have to climb out of a hole after C.J. Wilson's awful outing.
Ron Washington's perspective and focus have helped turn Rangers into winners.
Tony Romo embodies Jason Garrett's desire to toughen up the Cowboys.
Relentless Rangers believe in themselves, celebrate second straight AL West title.
The Cowboys should use Jon Kitna if Tony Romo is at risk of further injury.
By leading a Cowboys rally while injured, Tony Romo changed how he is perceived.
The Cowboys hope and believe they can win, but they still don't know how.
Derek Holland has matured into a consistent, big league pitcher this season.
Based on past results, Tony Romo's mistakes shouldn't come as a surprise.
With his mental and physical skills in sync, it's time for Romo to take the reins.
Jason Garrett's paradigm shift promotes injuries as opportunities for others.
Cowboys ready for new coordinator Rob Ryan to work his magic on defense.
Les Miles' time as a Cowboys assistant prepared him to succeed as LSU's coach.
Rangers should take same approach with C.J. Wilson that they took with Cliff Lee.
'Real' coach Jason Garrett has taken charge of the Cowboys from Day 1.
Cowboys won't admit it but they're rebuilding, which is a good thing.
Josh Hamilton hasn't hit prolonged hot streak, but now would be a good time.
Sudden downturn of Rangers' rotation threatens hold on first place in AL West.
Koji Uehara and Mike Adams aren't at their best yet, but they solidify bullpen.
Cowboys running back Felix Jones must take next step after flashing his talent.
Jerry Jones deserves kudos for a job well done on Ring of Honor selections.
Tony Romo is the key to a Cowboys offense that is built to pass the ball.
Before Aggies eventually move on, they must rid themselves of Longhorn envy.
It's early, but Rob Ryan's Cowboys defense still resembles 2010 unit.
Jason Garrett knows the Cowboys have to be tougher to win in the NFL.
Deion Sanders' drive to succeed was fueled by his bond with his mother.
Deion Sanders will high-step into the Hall of Fame because of his work ethic.
Jason Garrett must hold the Cowboys accountable for them to turn it around.
The Cowboys have gone from top of the heap to D/FW's third-best organization.