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Matthew Postins

Matthew Postins is an award-winning sportswriter who has covered high school, college and professional sports. He writes about Dallas-Fort Worth sports for CultureMap. 

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No Disrespect to Garrett

No one is more vital to Dallas Cowboys' future than Rod Marinelli

By Matthew Postins

Owner and general manager Jerry Jones had a productive first week of the offseason as the Dallas Cowboys agreed to terms with its three highest-ranking coaches — head coach Jason Garrett ...

Cowboys Incompletion

Officials didn't rob Dez Bryant of near game-winning catch. The NFL rulebook did.

By Matthew Postins

The ground cannot cause a fumble. But it can cause an incompletion. If you needed a reminder, the NFL provided you one late in the playoff game between the Dallas ...

Winning at Lambeau

If Cowboys do what they do best then cold won't matter in Green Bay

By Matthew Postins

So you may have heard it’s going to be cold in Green Bay this Sunday for the Packers-Cowboys game. In fact, we received a taste of that cold in ...

Up With the Greats

Dirk Nowitzki quietly climbs record books during his most efficient season ever

By Matthew Postins

While the Dallas Mavericks have spent the past couple of months sorting through new players and integrating Rajon Rondo into their team dynamic, Dirk Nowitzki has quietly climbed the NBA ...

A Super Sack

If DeMarcus Lawrence's big play points to future greatness, it was worth the wait

By Matthew Postins

When the Dallas Cowboys drafted DeMarcus Lawrence in the second round of last May’s NFL draft, they felt like they were getting a first-round caliber player. But Lawrence hadn ...

NFL Playoff Preview

Cowboys-Lions playoff matchup has far more compelling storylines than silly grudge

By Matthew Postins

Grudges are meant to be avenged. They’re also meant to be remembered. So is it really a grudge if you have to be reminded it’s a grudge? Perhaps ...

Cowboys Coups

Record breakers Murray and Bryant prime the pump for Cowboys' playoff run

By Matthew Postins

Running back DeMarco Murray and wide receiver Dez Bryant celebrated the Dallas Cowboys’ monster December by breaking a pair of records that indicate just how primed this team is for ...

Garrett's Process Wins

Jason Garrett deserves Coach of the Year as Dallas Cowboys clinch NFC East

By Matthew Postins

The Dallas Cowboys are the 2014 NFC East champions. Jason Garrett should be the 2014 NFL Coach of the Year too. You may disagree with that, but consider where the ...

Dallas Mavericks Coup

Rajon Rondo trade could satisfy Mark Cuban's objective for Dallas Mavericks

By Matthew Postins

The Dallas Mavericks needed an elite point guard to compete in the Western Conference. Rajon Rondo was gathering dust on a horrible Boston Celtics team that needed ammunition to rebuild ...

Cowboys Game-Changer

J.J. Wilcox's big plays bode well for Dallas Cowboys' present and future

By Matthew Postins

The Dallas Cowboys have spent the past few years building a pipeline of talented young players on the offensive side of the football, most notably on the offensive line. But ...

A Purple Fall

TCU's tumble out of College Football Playoff reflects game's new world

By Matthew Postins

If the TCU Horned Frogs were Charlie Brown, the College Football Playoff committee became their Lucy on Sunday morning. The committee pulled their College Football Playoff berth right out from ...

Road Warriors

Cowboys prove running the football on the road is their pathway to playoffs

By Matthew Postins

The last time the Dallas Cowboys lost a road game they were in Chicago to play the Bears on a frigid Monday night as the rest of the Dallas-Fort Worth ...

One Last Chance for TCU

Horned Frogs land in top 4 but Bears hope to claw their way to College Football Playoff

By Matthew Postins

The last time TCU won a national championship in football was 1938. The Horned Frogs went undefeated that year, beating a school named Carnegie Mellon in the Sugar Bowl. Dutch ...

All Is Not Lost

Dallas Cowboys must solve traditional December downturn to make playoffs

By Matthew Postins

The Dallas Cowboys looked plain bad on Thanksgiving Day against the Philadelphia Eagles. Worst game of the season in a 33-10 loss. Period. You know what? Leave it behind. It ...

The Apprentice

Idea that Michael Young will rise quickly to Texas Rangers GM assumes a lot

By Matthew Postins

The news that Michael Young would join the Texas Rangers as a special assistant to the general manager earned the organization universal praise last month. And why wouldn’t it ...

Romo's Heroics

Tony Romo's rally against Giants shows he's playing the best football of his career

By Matthew Postins

Here’s something to chew on for a few minutes. Tony Romo authored his 27th career fourth-quarter or overtime comeback during the Dallas Cowboys’ 31-28 win over the New York ...

A Mavs Homecoming

Fan favorite J.J. Barea is glad to be back home with Dallas Mavericks

By Matthew Postins

One might argue that J.J. Barea never really left the Dallas Mavericks, at least not emotionally. It would be difficult to blame him. After all, as an integral part ...

Cowboys Clock Jaguars

Dez Bryant's monster game in London should make Dallas show him the money

By Matthew Postins

You can call off the search party — the Dallas Cowboys found Dez Bryant on Sunday against Jacksonville. Repeatedly. After Bryant experienced his worst games of the season back-to-back, the fifth-year ...

Decision Time for Dallas

Dallas Cowboys reach fork in the road after worst week of 2014 season so far

By Matthew Postins

Welcome to the fork in the road of the 2014 Dallas Cowboys season. Every season has one, and the Cowboys have run smack into it. The path they choose will ...

Horned Frogs Rising

TCU faces make-or-break stretch for College Football Playoff contention

By Matthew Postins

After nine weeks, the speculation ended. The College Football Playoff committee released its first top 25 of the 2014 season, and the speculation turned to analysis and whining, depending on ...

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