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.

Cowboys Must Expand Playbook After Loss to Saints

The Dallas Cowboys quit biting their nails about the offensive game plan against the New Orleans Saints, but now it's time to take the training wheels off Brandon Weeden. Read More

Cowboys' Michael Should See Snaps Against Saints

Rumor has it the Dallas Cowboys will add Christine Michael to the active roster for the first time against the New Orleans Saints, and the timing couldn't be better. Read More

Cowboys’ Play-Calling Must Shift for Weeden to Win

Brandon Weeden isn't the problem, folks. The Dallas Cowboys' coaching staff needs to stop trying to just not lose games without Tony Romo and start trying to win them. Read More

Loss Again Proves Alabama Needs Consistency

The loss to Ole Miss doesn't mean Alabama is overrated; it just ironically proves Nick Saban's coaching staff needs to get better in a hurry. Read More

NFL Starting QBs From High Schools in Texas

Did you know that on average, each year at least 25 percent of the NFL's starting quarterbacks played high school football in Texas? Read More

Cowboys Again World’s Most Valuable Franchise

The Dallas Cowboys are again the NFL's most valuable franchise to no one's surprise, but their jump in revenue has helped them accomplish a specific historical feat for the first time since 2007. Read More

Cowboys Will Overcome Dez Bryant's Broken Foot

Dez Bryant will miss significant time with a broken bone in his foot, but the Dallas Cowboys shouldn't be concerned about their ability to win during his absence. Read More

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