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Power Ranking the Projected Big 12 Starting Quarterbacks

Though the Big 12 has consistently produced gunslinging quarterbacks such as Collin Klein, Bryce Petty, Robert Griffin III and Brandon Weeden since 2010, the conference may have its first down year in recent memory when it comes to the...Show More Summary

Rise 'n Grind: Stop reporting dumb things about NFL minicamps

Brandon Weeden, future superstar! MINDLESS MINICAMP REPORTING: Hey, know who the most improved player at the Cowboys minicamp is? Brandon Weeden. He's throwing the ball well in non-contact drills and while wearing shorts, so clearly the MVP trophy is his. Show More Summary

Brandon Weeden is the Cowboys’ most improved player

The Cowboys hope backup quarterback Brandon Weeden will spend this season holding a clipboard while Tony Romo plays. But if Romo gets hurt, the Cowboys feel good about what Weeden can do. In fact, quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson says that no one on the team has improved more this offseason than Weeden. “I think he’s…

Cowboys pleased with Brandon Weeden but will look, too

INDIANAPOLIS -- A Dallas Cowboys' offseason wouldn't be complete without some talk about the backup quarterback. Brandon Weeden is going into the final year of his deal as Tony Romo's backup, and Dustin Vaughan, an undrafted free agent...Show More Summary

Tony Romo minimizes what he did, but it was significant

Tony Romo has played hurt before. But Sunday, he not only played, but played well. Romo threw three touchdowns, and got the Cowboys to a big enough lead he was able to watch Brandon Weeden finish up, so he could get a jump start on the bye week. “I think this will be an important…

Dez Bryant's 68-yard TD catch a thing of beauty in Cowboys-Jaguars

When he's not trying to catch passes from Brandon Weeden, Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is still pretty good.

The Cowboys need better insurance and more observations for Week 10

Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White assembles his notes from the past week in the NFL, where several defensive linemen and pass rushers are giving their teams a chance. And there's something about Brandon Weeden... The calendar has flipped to November and we're now in the final two-month stretch of 2014 season. Show More Summary

Dez Bryant, Cowboys show frustrations on sideline in Cardinals loss

Sunday began ugly for the Dallas Cowboys with the news that Tony Romo would not be playing. It only got worse with the actual start of the game against the Arizona Cardinals. Dallas quarterback Brandon Weeden ran the offense with all the confidence and poise of your dad working a Madden controller. Show More Summary

The Film Don't Lie: Cowboys

A weekly look at what the Dallas Cowboys must fix: Somehow the Cowboys have to get the passing game going. Brandon Weeden wasn't effective replacing Tony Romo in a 28-17 loss against Arizona, but he wasn't given much help by his receivers or the called plays. Show More Summary

How the Arizona Cardinals Defense Turned Cowboys Stars into Afterthoughts

The defensive clamp placed on the Dallas Cowboys Sunday by the Arizona Cardinals during a 28-17 win will come with an asterisk for most. An asterisk named Brandon Weeden. Regardless of who was under center, we still saw a smothering performance from the Cardinals secondary. Show More Summary

Dez Bryant, DeMarco Murray fantasy owners miss Tony Romo in Cowboys' loss

Brandon Weeden started in place of an injured Tony Romo, and fantasy football owners suffered in the Cowboys' loss to the Cardinals. The Dallas Cowboys were hoping to earn their seventh win of the season when they hosted the Arizona Cardinals in Week 9. Show More Summary

Jerry Jones sees Tony Romo playing in London

The Cowboys played without quarterback Tony Romo on Sunday and any doubt about his importance to their offense disappeared in the 28-17 loss to the Cardinals. Brandon Weeden threw two interceptions and took all game to find a way to get the ball into Dez Bryant’s hands, leaving the Cardinals Defense free to key on…

No doubts now; Cowboys' season all about Tony Romo

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Slowly, one errant pass at a time, Brandon Weeden drained the life from the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys' defense, which contributed a touchdown, played well enough against the Arizona Cardinals to win. Show More Summary

Cowboys' faith in Brandon Weeden not rewarded

ARLINGTON, Texas -- When Tony Romo missed three games in 2008 because of a broken pinky, the Dallas Cowboys called on Brad Johnson as their quarterback for three games. When Romo missed 10 games in 2010 because of a broken collarbone,...Show More Summary

Arizona Cardinals vs. Dallas Cowboys: Video Highlights and Recap from Week 9

Without Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys hoped that backup quarterback Brandon Weeden could steal a victory against the red-hot Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals were coming off of a thrilling victory over the Philadelphia Eagles and looked poised to win a fourth straight contest. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Disappointing Brandon Weeden Proves Just How Much the Cowboys Need Tony Romo

The Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals have a rivalry like many in college football: The Cowboys are a traditional power program with a huge national profile and the Cardinals a nearby wannabe. For the Cardinals, the Cowboys are their annual circle game—a season-defining shot at glory. Show More Summary

Dez Bryant, Cowboys show frustrations on sidelines in Cardinals loss

Sunday began ugly for the Dallas Cowboys with the news that Tony Romo would not be playing, and only got worse with the actual start of the game against the Arizona Cardinals. Dallas quarterback Brandon Weeden ran the offense with all the confidence and poise of your dad working a Madden controller. Show More Summary

The Cowboys started Brandon Weeden and it went very, very badly

Tony Romo was out for the Cowboys against the Cardinals, so Brandon Weeden had to play. It went poorly. The Cowboys were the success story of the first half of the NFL season. The Cowboys started 6-1, thanks in large part to a resurgence...Show More Summary

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