Cowboys: No more drama?
For the last few years, the "D" in Big D has stood for "drama." The Cowboys have had to deal with Pacman Jones wreaking havoc in various nightclubs across America; Terrell Owens alienating the locker room; and Tony Romo jet-setting around the world with Jessica Simpson.
Now that the 'Boys have gotten rid of the two troublemakers and one diva (or is that one troublemaker and two divas?), will the drama disappear?
Probably not with Jerry Jones still around, but Dallas should at least be a little more focused and cohesive on the field without those distractions. Romo still has very good receiving weapons, including Roy Williams, who will need to step up to fill the void left by T.O.
And the Cowboys should have a potent backfield, featuring the three-pronged attack of Marion Barber, Felix Jones and Tashard Choice. That talented trio will provide a nice complement to the passing game and should give opposing defenses a lot to worry about on every down.
Cowboys owners should have less drama to deal with this season, but keep an eye on the tabloids, just in case.