Tag: Dallas Cowboys

Jason Garrett Hired as Giants’ Offensive Coordinator, to Become Lone Man Clapping for Giants in MetLife Stadium

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

The New York Giants confirmed on friday that former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has agreed to become the next offensive coordinator of the New York Giants following disappointing seasons for both parties. As an added benefit, Garrett will become the first and only person to clap for the Giants’ offense next season. Continue reading “Jason Garrett Hired as Giants’ Offensive Coordinator, to Become Lone Man Clapping for Giants in MetLife Stadium”

Jerry Jones Hoping Cowboys Lose So He Can Fire Jason Garrett

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Vernon Bryant/The Dallas Morning News

Cowboys owner and de facto general manager Jerry Jones told The Second String today that he is actively routing against his team in hopes that if they lose, he can finally fire head coach Jason Garrett.

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Robber Leaves Cowboys Season Tickets After Breaking Into Dallas Man’s House

by Luke DePalatis
Photo by Getty

On the evening of December 5th, 2019, Dallas native Carl Hughes was returning home from a local bar after witnessing the horrific defeat of the Dallas Cowboys to the Chicago Bears. Hughes immediately noticed something was amiss the second he pulled into his driveway, quickly realizing his house had been broken into.

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Taco Charlton, The Last of Dallas’ Tex-Mex-Inspired Players, Waived by Cowboys

by Alex Poletti

It’s a bad news day for those who were big fans of the Dallas Cowboys’ core inspired by Tex-Mex food. America’s team waived former defensive end Taco Charlton, bringing the experiment of signing players representative of the Mexican fusion cuisine to a close.

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