USA Today’s Nate Davis joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss an article he wrote on NFL predictions for this season. He told the guys why he thinks the Texans can win nine games this coming season which included that he likes Coach O’Brien. Davis says that the Texans pre-season problems don’t have to mean they won’t do well this time around. He also gave more insight into how he thinks other teams around the league will fare this time around. He thinks that the Colts will come out on top in the AFC South. He also sees the Cowboys doing very poorly this season.
Paul and Brien pack for a road trip up I-45 to Dallas before heading out to Portland. In Dallas they are joined by R.J. Choppy from 105.3 “The Fan”, who goes on to talk about the upcoming Cowboys vs. Texans game on October 5th at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Choppy believes that the game is not much of a heated because rivalry the two teams are not in the same conference. B-Straw and Pauly G go on to ask R.J. about the expectations Cowboys fans have for the upcoming season and how likely the Mavericks will overcome the Spurs in the first round of NBA playoffs.
A former Texans lineman is heading up interstate 45 to play for the Cowboys.
Ed “Too Tall” Jones joined MaD Radio to talk about his view of the Cowboys and Jerry Jones, the impact of Peyton Manning, and who he thinks the best team in the NFL is today.
Legendary Giants defensive end Leonard Marshall and former Cowboys offensive lineman Dale Hellestrae join Mike and Seth on Radio Row in New York to talk about the differences between a “real” 3-4 defense and the type that Wade Phillips runs. They also discuss the Herschel Walker trade, and contrast playing for Bill Parcells and Jimmy Johnson.
Paul Bessire of Predictionmachine.com joined MaD Radio to talk about the likelihood that the Texans will lose to the Titans on Sunday. He also discussed the impact of Tony Romo being out on the Cowboys’ chances moving forward. He also took a look at a lot of the teams going into the playoff picture.
The Saints coach could elect to punt on fourth-and-5 from the Dallas 42, or he could try to get the one last first down New Orleans needed to set an NFL record.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray will not be available this Sunday when the team travels to Philadelphia, according to team owner Jerry Jones. The status of Pro Bowl DE DeMarcus Ware is uncertain.
The problematic left knee of Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl defensive end Anthony Spencer may require season-ending microfracture surgery, team owner Jerry Jones revealed on Tuesday morning on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas.
Tony Romo played through broken ribs to help keep the season afloat for Dallas in 2011.