Join Nate Newton, Kurt Daniels Jesse Holley and Shannon Gross for insider access of America's Team.
Is this team really as bad in the red zone as the numbers suggest? The boys discuss getting in the end zone, what the offense will face against the Vikings and whether or not Dak is ready. Plus, there’s been an interesting change on the depth chart!
It’s Jesse and Kurt vs. Nate and Shannon as the boys debate whether the team should make a trade. Do you stand pat with what you’ve got or go get someone? Problem is, to get quality you’ve got to give up quality. Plus, your calls and Tweets!
Together again, the boys check out the remaining schedule and discuss who are the teams to beat. Plus, will the coaches have trouble keeping the team focused after all this success? And what about Dak’s calf? It’s time to get back to football!
With Danny McCray and Nick Eatman joining the show, the boys talk about the biggest surprises so far for the team this season. Plus, how could Kazee’s mishap affect the team and his teammates, and Danny breaks down for us what it’s like blocking a punt.
We mix-and-match as Barry Church and Nick Eatman join the show to take your calls and talk about Dak Prescott’s injury, who’s coming back (and who might be leaving) and the risk/reward of Trevon Diggs. Plus, who’s behind this team’s culture change?
Did the Patriots win the line of scrimmage? Maybe. Then again, Dallas didn’t allow a sack and both Zeke and Tony averaged 4.1 yards per carry. The boys also talk Prescott, Gregory, Diggs, Lamb and more as they break down the big win in New England.
Can Belichick come up with some way to defend this offense? Because the Cowboys clearly have the better talent. Also, should the team rest Tyron Smith? And what about a universal football language? Plus, Mama Gross, our predictions and your calls and Tweets!
This team is on a roll, but they can’t get too ahead of themselves. The boys discuss taking care of business and then beating the good teams, too. Plus, do they need to worry about this Patriots offense or will they dominate them? (you know, take care of business.)
The Cowboys are having their most rushing success running to the right side. The Hangin’ crew talks offensive line, the play of Biadasz and what he and the others will face in New England. Plus, can the Patriots make the offense one dimensional? They’ll certainly try.
How big of an impact has this coaching staff had on Dallas’ success? The boys talk Kellen Moore and Dan Quinn, whether the team should look to make trades to improve and about Diggs playing a little receiver (please, no). We’re taking your calls and answering your Tweets.
It’s a fun Friday and (big surprise) we’re off the rails. Who is in the early discussions for team MVP? Is La’el coming back? Will the Cowboys win big? We take your calls and Tweets, talk to Mama Gross and make predictions. Go Cowboys!
Have the Cowboys been living on the edge with their pass defense? Will they be able to shut down the Giants’ running game? Does this team still need to learn to finish? Plus, what’s it like for players when they know they’re facing an inferior team? Questions, questions …
There are just so many ways to take down an opponent. Whether it’s the first quarter or first down, the Cowboys are prepared and finding success. We look at the numbers (they’re impressive), the Giants defense (they’re not) and more on this hump day edition.
That would be the play of the safeties. Who knew an area of weakness would now be a strength? The boys also look ahead at the schedule, discuss which injured player could have the biggest impact when he returns and more! It’s time for your calls and Tweets.
Zeke showed us he’s still the man while Randy Gregory went to work. We break down the game with Jesse also giving us a fascinating look at why Trevon Diggs, in just 16 career games, is already having so much success. Time to bask in the glory of another Cowboys victory!
The boys get ready for the big showdown against the Panthers with a little talk about the offensive line, Jabril Cox, special teams play-calling and more. Plus, Mama Gross, our picks and Nate breaks down his State Fair game plan because … Why not?
It’s time to get to work. The Panthers defense is fast and tough, their offense has speed and they’re disciplined and well coached. So can the Cowboys win? Heck, yeah. The boys break down what the team needs to do against a rising Carolina squad.
The boys are talking Bohanna in the middle, Diggs in the secondary and Parsons, well, everywhere. Also going for it on fourth and goal, the team being prepared and what McCarthy brings to the table. It’s fan calls and Tweets as we still bask in the victory glow!
It’s victory Tuesday and we’re feeling good! The boys get into the dominating win over the Eagles and especially the play of Trevon Diggs and the defense. And has Dak reached that elite level yet? Or does he still need to prove something. There’s a debate to be had!
Should the Cowboys try Micah Parsons as a spy? What about the play of Terence Steele and Connor Williams on that offensive line? Can they hold up against Fletcher Cox and company? Plus, our predictions. It’s a worldwide fun Friday with your calls and Tweets.
The Cowboys will be facing some speed on Monday night. How do they prepare? Can a banged up defensive line bring pressure against a veteran Philly offensive line? And will Parsons have a problem adjusting to different roles in-game? Let’s slow the Eagles roll.
Is CeeDee ready to handle that No. 1 receiving role if Amari can’t play on Monday? How is the team going to attack Fletcher Cox and the Eagles? It’s time to talk Cowboys offense vs. Philly defense. Plus, Danny McCray joins the show ahead of his appearance on _Survivor_.
The boys talk special teams and whether there is any accountability, as well as Tony Pollard’s effort and if his role should be increased. Plus, Amari’s ribs, your phone calls and … cup talk?
It wasn’t always pretty, but the end result sure was. The boys break down the big win over the Chargers, including the offensive game plan, Steele’s effort and the bend-but-don’t-break defense. Plus, is Parsons’ play and attitude possibly leading a culture change?
What’s it going to take to win this game against the Chargers? Red zone offense? Dak’s arm? Stopping Bosa? The line of scrimmage? There’s plenty to cover on this Friday. Plus, we take your calls, answer Tweets and it’s the return of Mama Gross!
It won’t be an easy task but what does this defensive line need to do without Lawrence and possibly Gregory? Can they get pressure? Stop the run? Will the young guys step up? And just how good is the QB Herbert? All these questions have got us charged up.
If this team wants to win, they need to find more success in the red zone. Takeaways need to turn into touchdowns, not field goals. The boys break down the offense and using Zeke against the Chargers defense. Plus, what are they going to do about Joey Bosa?
Will the coaches make sure Terence Steele gets help if he needs it? They’d better. Plus, did the defense have the right guys on the field _when_ needed and were they in the right spots _where_ needed? And how about some body blows with the running game? The boys take your calls.
How’s the team going to handle replacing Collins? And how might his teammates be reacting? Nate tells us how Aikman and Emmitt would have reacted (and did react) back in the day. Plus, the receiver corps, including Amari’s performance, CeeDee’s drops and life without Gallup.
A loss is a loss, but did the Cowboys show some encouraging signs in the season opener against the Bucs? Jesse is having none of it as he questions whether this is the same old culture. “When you come for the king, you just can’t miss … again.” It’s a feisty show!
It’s a short show, but there’s still time to talk about the Cowboys’ upcoming game against Brady and the Buccaneers. Without Zack Martin, can Dak Prescott pull off the upset in his return? Plus, we give our annual predictions (yes, we’re booking a division title).
Sure, Osa was probably telling the truth about Brady. It was an innocent answer … and perhaps also a learning moment for the rookie. Plus, the boys also talk quarterbacks, offensive line, defensive leadership and they review Jesse’s documentary.
There’s plenty to talk about the day after roster cuts, including a certain QB now available. But does the success of the team really ride on Zeke? (Hint: Nate’s a believer.) Plus, we bask in the spotlight of Hard Knocks, discuss Jesse’s upcoming documentary and more!
And not just the preseason. How about this team thinking it’s ready for the regular season? Yes, they’re healthy, but we have yet to see them play together and clicking. Plus, the backup QB dilemma and what’s it like for these bubble players waiting for cut-down day?
Is Dak ready physically? Is he ready mentally? There’s a debate to be had! And what’s this last week like for guys on the bubble? Jesse and Nate lived it. Don’t miss what they had to say about making a final impression in the battle for a roster spot.
It’s the preseason. Should we care if they win or lose? Hey, we always want to win! Speaking of which, how are the recent Covid tests going to affect the team’s preparation for the season? And if Dak’s maintenance routine changes during the week, will that impact the team on Sunday?
We keep hearing that the offense is going to be just fine, but until guys like Dak, Amari, Tyron and Zack can all get work in together, will we really know for sure? Plus, the boys talk time off at camp, what’s happening at center and the game tomorrow. The band is back together!
There’s been talk about the defense being simplified, but that’s only going to work for so long. The boys talk about an improving defense, losing Gallimore, who’ll be left standing at wide receiver and, oh yeah, do we have a backup QB?
After returning from Dallas Cowboys Training Camp in Oxnard, CA. Nate Newton and Shannon Gross return to the Star to join the guys to recap the latest news and share their thoughts on the preseason loss in Arizona and more.
If Dak is unable to fully practice soon will the offense be able to find its rhythm by the time the season starts? There’s more to this than just throwing passes. Plus, the gang talks about the criticism of McCarthy, and with cuts ahead, each takes a turn putting on the GM hat.
The stock is rising on some guys, so where does that leave others? The boys talk about who is standing out (and who isn’t) as well as what we saw from the scrimmage on Saturday, the cornerback situation and, uh-oh, Dak’s shoulder.
It’s only one preseason game, but how worried should we be about backup quarterback? Or the swing tackle position? Or the team’s depth overall? It’s the good, the bad and the ugly from the loss to the Steelers.
How much pressure is on Dan Quinn to showcase his defense in the Hall of Fame game? The crew discusses what they’re hoping to see on the defense, position battles, and get a live update from Nate Newton out in Oxnard, California.
The word is Dak’s shoulder is just fatigued, but is that all there is to it? Could this linger? With their fingers hovering over the red panic button, the boys get into the team’s QB situation, talk Coop and D-Law’s return, and players on the bubble.
What’s it like now at training camp when the hitting starts? Are guys coming off of injury ready? What about Micah Parsons and the other rookies? Plus, what we might expect from Dan Quinn’s defensive scheme (Hint: think simple).
Mick Shots returns for a special edition from training camp, Bill and Mickey lending their insight on a few new guys, players on PUP, those players standing out, ramifications of COVID-19 and Bill’s “car wash” with owner Jerry Jones.
Training Camp is officially underway and the crew discusses how Mike McCarthy can build a winning culture, expectations for Dak Prescott throughout camp, and live practice updates from Oxnard, California.
Dak says his ankle injury is mentally buried. Amari missed workouts due to irritation in his ankle. Will both really be ready? Plus, Nick Eatman steps in to talk Randy Gregory, key position battles coming up and his top five rookies performers at minicamp.
Does Dan Quinn make a difference before the pads come on? What's the difference between OTAs and Minicamps? The Hangin' with the Boys crew debates these issues and more!
Some are predicting the Cowboys will finish third in the NFC East. Does that make sense? Not to us. Plus, the boys talk about Jaylon Smith’s priorities, moving the defense forward under Dan Quinn and Dak Prescott overcoming the mental hurdle.