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The Break used to be THE Dallas Cowboys podcast to listen to. David Helman and Nick Eatman who provided honest and witty insight are both greatly missed. This season’s team is just not very good- no other way to put it. Soooo boring hearing stat lines and early 2000s scouting nowadays. I will give the podcast another shot at Training Camp next season when Derek shakes up the staff.
I appreciate this show... huge fan of Nick Eatman. more
Why “fix” what’s not broken?!? I get Nick deserves his own show, but I tune in to hear Nick and Bryan. I don’t have time to listen to 12 different shows per day, so I guess I just won’t listen at all. Terrible move. Fix it or lose listeners!
by far still the best cowboys podcast, and i’ve listened to them all!
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Cowboys Break launched 17 years ago and published 717 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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