Numbers say no, but TV execs still love the Cowboys BOB MOLINARO Sports columnist for The Virginian-Pilot Another NFL season is about to commence and once again the Dallas Cowboys are being treated as if they are football royalty. Apparently, the networks haven't gotten the memo. The Cowboys are just another team and have been for quite some time. For the first time in ages, the words "Super Bowl" and "Cowboys" were mentioned seriously in the same sentence last year, and then only because Jerry Jones' gaudy palace hosted the big game. Generally speaking, the Cowboys of recent vintage have been all hat and no cattle. Most of their seasons? Dry holes. Yet TV again this year has reserved many of its best time slots for Cowboys games, as if Tom Landry in his snap-brimmed fedora and Jimmy Johnson in that swept-up do were standing side by side on the Dallas sideline watching Roger Staubach hand off to Emmitt Smith. Read more:http://hamptonroads.com/2011/09/numbers-say-no-tv-execs-still-love-cowboys?