Jeric Griffin

Jeric Griffin is a Christ follower, husband and the VP of Corporate Strategy at Rant, Inc. Specific to sports, he's a Dallas Cowboys realist.

Herbstreit’s CFB Playoff Prediction is Boldest Yet

Kirk Herbstreit has never been shy when it comes to predictions, but his picks for the College Football Playoff are as bold as they come. Read More

Escobar Gives Dallas Flexibility With Roster Spots

Gavin Escobar allows the Dallas Cowboys to finalize personnel for every formation and play in 2015, no matter who makes the roster as the fifth wide receiver. Read More

Cowboys Don't Need to Name Starter at RB

The sports world is obsessed with starters, but the Dallas Cowboys would be wise to avoid that train of thought at running back in 2015. Read More

Cowboys Roster Projections After 3 Exhibitions

The dress rehearsal is over, so now we know how the Dallas Cowboys' 53-man roster should look for the 2015 NFL season. Read More

Predicting Cowboys' First Roster Cuts of 2015

The deadline for the first round of NFL roster cuts is just around the corner and these 15 Dallas Cowboys are on the chopping block. Read More

Effects of Scandrick's Injury Scary for Cowboys

Orlando Scandrick is feared to have suffered a season-ending injury in practice. That means a lot of things are about to change on the Dallas Cowboys' defense. Read More

How Cowboys Roster Should Look After 2 Exhibitions

After two preseason games, we have a better idea of how the Dallas Cowboys' 53-man roster should look in 2015. Read More

Randle's Preseason Debut Should Give Dallas Relief

Film don't lie: Joseph Randle looked like the explosive runner the Dallas Cowboys need in his preseason debut against the San Francisco 49ers. Read More

National High School Football Rankings for 2015

The 2015 season is just around the corner, so the 2015 national high school football rankings are finally ready. Read More

Cowboys' Options for Adding Veteran WR

It's been suggested the Dallas Cowboys might want to add a veteran receiver before the upcoming season, but their options aren't exactly simple. Read More