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Phillips’ son to coach special teams

Cowboys’ special teams coach Joe DeCamillis has gone through a difficult year physically.

Sunday night, DeCamillis underwent an appendectomy at a Virginia hospital, about 90 minutes before kickoff between the Cowboys and the Redskins.

DeCamillis experienced pain on Sunday and then was rushed to the hospital. He will not coach in Sunday’s game. DeCamillis’ status for the rest of the season is uncertain. The Cowboys leave for Dallas after the game and it’s not determined if DeCamillis will be on the team charter.

Wes Phillips, head coach Wade Phillips’ son, will take over the special teams duties. Other coaches will also help Wes Phillips.

Click here to read the full article – By Calvin Watkins of

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Dallas Cowboys lose way without stars in 17-7 loss

What we witnessed Sunday at Lambeau Field occasionally happens when you have a collection of role players at running back and receiver.

This is not a slam. Nor is it meant to be disrespectful. It’s reality. Deal with it.

This spread-the-ball-around offense and its Kumbaya-effect in the locker room is wonderful in theory because it keeps everyone happy since they’re involved in the offense.

A lot of times, especially in today’s parity-driven NFL, you can win with that approach.

Click here to read the full article – By Jean-Jacques Taylor of

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Cowboys bury past, McNabb

It wouldn’t be wise to make any sweeping judgments on the Dallas Cowboys until their cruelest month arrives in December, but it’s fair to say they took an important step at the Linc on Sunday night. They returned to the site of one of the most regrettable performances in franchise history and seized control of first place in the NFC East with a 20-16 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Winners of four consecutive games, the 6-2 Cowboys will head to Green Bay next Sunday as one of the hottest teams in the league. And last season’s 44-6 loss at the Linc could become a distant memory.

“We came out here and laid an egg,” said inside linebacker Bradie James of last December’s loss. “I won’t ever forget that, but we were able to put that behind us and move forward today. Ever since that Kansas City game [a 26-20 Dallas OT victory Oct. 11], it’s skyrocketed for us.”

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Romo, Williams agree work is required

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo can still escape a collapsing pocket with greater ease than the seemingly always swirling winds of controversy at Valley Ranch.

Romo and the rolling Cowboys head into Sunday night’s showdown at Philadelphia, not so much hyping their chances of taking over divisional supremacy, but stamping out another locker-room brush fire.

On Wednesday, struggling receiver Roy Williams continued his weekly discourse into his and Romo’s bizarre disconnect. Speaking openly and not accusatorily, Williams said that Romo throws more accurately to his other receivers, one reason why Williams has just 14 catches in six games.

On Thursday, Romo, instead of fielding questions about his three-game streak with eight touchdowns and no interceptions, his excellent judgment of late or the team’s evolving offensive diversity, defended Williams as a hard worker and someone who cares, and then got defensive, attempting to quash any notion of a rift.

Click here to read the full article – By JEFF CAPLAN of star-telegram

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The Dallas Cowboys need to get serious about this season

Wade Phillips said that the Cowboys looked so crisp in practice Thursday before their bye weekend, they looked like they were preparing for a playoff game.

Beyond the fact that Coach Wade must have a memory like an elephant, I’m going to take it on faith that he doesn’t mean they all bolted for Cabo on Friday ….

Ba da boom!

Oh, and I see where Phillips and Tiger Woods chatted about leadership recently.

Talk about your one-sided conversations …

Ba da boom!

Hey! I’ve got a million of ’em, I’m here all week and don’t forget to tip your friendly waitresses on the way out.

Click here to read the full article – By JIM REEVES of

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