The DC Times

A New Way to Look at the Cowboys, NFL, and Fantasy Football

By Jonathan Bales

Welcome to the new Dallas Cowboys Times!

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We have been growing quite rapidly lately due to your interest and support.  In order to provide you with the highest quality content possible, we have decided to alter the layout of the site.  Yes, you will see some ads on this site.  Legally, we are not allowed to ask you to click on them. . .so we won’t.    :)

The revenue generated by ads will allow us to pay for site maintenance, trips to training camp, and so on.  Ultimately, it is your interest and support in the site which keeps it running.

Most importantly, we think you will find the new Dallas Cowboys Times easier to navigate.  Take some time to get acquainted with the site but keep your eyes open in the future, as there will be more changes coming.  We will do our best to update you on any and all future alterations.

While we anticipate you will enjoy the new layout, please note that we have yet to work out all of the kinks (far from it).  We will be uploading a suggestion tab (in the categories above) to allow you to provide us with recommendations and feedback.  Thank you for your understanding while we iron out all of the bugs.

Also note that we are doing our best to get the site running while also updating you on Cowboys news.  It has been a busy day for both us and the Cowboys!

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4 Responses to Welcome to the new Dallas Cowboys Times!

  1. Tyrone Biggums says:

    Very nice format. The old one was a little easier to read as all the articles were on the same page but this is more like most others.

    Your content is what makes you something that I read so whatever your site looks like will be fine w/ me.

  2. Hey thanks a lot. If you have any suggestions just let us know. I appreciate you taking the time to check out the site.

  3. Tyrone Biggums says:

    One suggestion – continue the analysis ( 2nd and medium play calling, position grading, etc.) for each game of the season. Also, after camp and the pre-season starts, it’d be nice if there was some discussion about how the prospects are doing.

  4. Yes, the film study is the core of our weekly game previews and reviews, so you will definitely see that.

    You will also hear a lot about our rookie/second-year players in camp. We plan to attend the practices in S.A. and perhaps do a live blog from there.

    Get ready…the best is yet to come!

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