Dallas piles up a staggering 24 pressures of Daniel Jones while improving to 2-1 on the season. Matt Mosley, Ed Werder and Stretch discuss the continued success of Cooper Rush, who is holding the fort while Dak Prescott recovers.
Mike McCarthy's promise to cut down on penalties hit a snag Saturday night, and ESPN's Ed Werder was there to see it. Ed and Matt Mosley team up to break down Thursday's scrimmage and the subsequent preseason game. The boys name names...and numbers.
string(72) "The Mighty (Dan) Quinn sounds off on not being able to leave the Cowboys"
string(15) "August 02, 2022"
In his first interview since deciding to remain with the Dallas Cowboys, Dan Quinn is quite candid about why he stayed after interviewing with six teams about head-coaching positions. Ed Werder and Matt Mosley spent 25 minutes with Quinn during the first week of training camp. Please enjoy
string(31) "Jerry Stands by His Man For Now"
string(13) "July 27, 2022"
Ed Werder and Matt Mosley descend on Cowboys camp in Oxnard, Calif. Ed and Matt try to decipher Jerry Jones' (mixed) messages. This is the pod of record in Cowboys Nation. Let's go!
Inside info on the Dallas Cowboys every week from Matt Mosley and Ed Werder, two guys who have covered the team for a combined 41 years working for The Dallas Morning News and ESPN. Occasional guests include Cowboys players past and present, some of the top analysts in the NFL, and Matt & Ed’s egos.
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder
Mosley and Werder bring a combined 41 years of experience covering the Dallas Cowboys to their podcast. Mosley covered the Cowboys for The Dallas Morning News from 2003-2006 before becoming the first blogger at ESPN.com. After five years, he left to pursue a career as a writer and television personality at Fox Sports Southwest. He co-hosted the afternoon-drive radio show on 103.3 FM ESPN for 10 years. Over the past year, Mosley started his own podcast company, Mostly Mosley, LLC, and launched four popular shows.
Werder, an ESPN analyst and reporter for two decades, started off his career covering the Dallas Cowboys for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in 1989. He went on to cover the team through its historic run of winning three Super Bowls for The Dallas Morning News. He and colleague Rick Gosselin won a Katy Award for breaking the story of Jerry Jones firing Jimmy Johnson following consecutive Super Bowl championships in 1994. Werder also won the prestigious McCann Award in 2017 in recognition of his long and distinguished contribution to professional football.