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Voting for the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl has officially started! Last year, Dallas had an impressive seven players representing the team at the game. What would be more impressive is having more there this year. Read

Cowboys Nation, this is where you come in! Do you want to see your favorite players in the game? Vote for them now – and every day until Dec. 14! There are two options for voting: via ballot and on Twitter. Read

Here are all of the Cowboys players listed on the ballot (http://www.dallascowboys.com/2018-pro-bowl-ballot): Read

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In addition to online ballot voting or if you want to vote for a player who isn’t shown above, you can vote on Twitter. Right now, there is only the option to Direct Message the @NFL handle with the names of players that you want to vote for. Read

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However, the “Tweet to Vote Period” begins on Dec. 7 and you may then also vote by tweeting #ProBowlVote with either #FirstNameLastName, FirstName LastName or by tagging the player’s @ Twitter handle. Retweets or replies of tweets that include the #ProBowlVote and any of the above combinations will also count as votes if they are public. Read

So don’t forget to vote for all of your favorite Cowboys players up until Dec. 14! Read

The full list of rules can be found here: Read

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Last Sunday’s wasn’t pretty for the Cowboys. After the first quarter, the game was completely dominated by Atlanta. Read

However, it is important to note that the Cowboys were without their injured all-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith, as well as suspended running back Ezekiel Elliott. Sean Lee also left the game early with a hamstring injury. Unfortunately, these circumstances were out of their control and the loss - no doubt - affected their previous Top 10 position in the NFL Power Rankings. Read

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They had Dallas dropping 5 spots, landing at No. 13. Read

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On every site, Dallas was among the biggest drops. Sports Illustrated, who has them ranked at No. 11, had this to say: Read


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ESPN projects the Cowboys to finish the season 8-8. They currently have the Cowboys at No. 13, citing the eight sacks Dak took as the biggest pressing issue. Read


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Compared to others, Bleacher Report has Dallas ranked the lowest, sitting at No. 16. Interestingly, they have the Redskins ranked higher overall, even though they show the Cowboys are ahead of them in the division. Read

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CBS, ranking the Cowboys at No. 12, hit the nail on the head: Read

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This week should tell a lot about this team. Dallas has a big game against their division-rival Philadelphia Eagles. To win the NFC East, it’s a must-win. For potential wild card implications, this game could also play a large role. Read

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The Cowboys have proved themselves to be a steady team, even while working through some of their growing pains this season, as is evident by their usual top-third spot in the NFL Power Rankings. After the Week 9 home win against a good Kansas City team, the Cowboys remain in the top 10 of the latest power rankings. Read

This week, the Cowboys were ranked at No. 8 eight, except by CBS Sports, which has them up one more spot at No. 7. CBS and Yahoo shared similar reasoning: Both are impressed with the Cowboys’ consecutive wins, but are fearful that things could change with the ongoing question of whether Ezekiel Elliott will be on the field or not. Read

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NFL.com also is concerned with Elliott’s playing status because he is such a difference maker during games. There’s also the matter of Dez Bryant (knee, ankle) and Terrance Williams’ (ankle) health going into Week 10. Both players were banged up against the Chiefs. Read


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ESPN is impressed with the Cowboys’ consistency throughout the season. They credit this stability to Dak Prescott and Zeke. ESPN has faith that the Cowboys may be here to stay in the top 10 for the rest of the season. Read


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Up next for the Cowboys, it’s an Atlanta Falcons team that has lost four of its last five. The Falcons’ offense has been struggling, so this weekend might be an opportunity for the Dallas defense to continue their hot streak, and maybe crack the top five of the next set of power rankings.  Read

The Dallas Cowboys remain in the top third of the NFL Power Rankings after two consecutive road wins in San Francisco and Washington. Read

All of our usual sources of Power Rankings were very pleased with the Cowboys’ performance against the Redskins. They credit the pass rush for continuing to get better throughout the season, which is a positive sign going forward. Read

But even more so, all the rankings agree on how dominant Ezekiel Elliott has been the past few games. They credit Elliott for much of the Cowboys’ success, but fear that not having him on the field due to his suspension will be worrisome for the Cowboys going forward. Trying to fill Zeke’s void on the team may have an impact on playoff hopes in the eyes of the NFL Power Rankers. Read


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The Cowboys are finally back on home turf this weekend as they host a tough Kansas City squad. Beating the Chiefs, without Zeke eligible to play at this point in the week, would prove that this team is still just as tough and competitive as last  Read

The Cowboys jumped up a few spots in the NFL Power Rankings after their dominating performance in San Francisco. The powers that be who make the rankings all seem impressed with the Cowboys’ road win and are hopeful that last season’s tenacity is starting to come through this year. Read

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ESPN ranked the Cowboys the highest this week, propelling them into the top five. They comment that the Cowboys team we see now will most likely not look like the Cowboys team we will see at the end of Week 17 – meaning the positive momentum could catch the Cowboys back up to the first-place Eagles. Read


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Yahoo also seems hopeful that the win over the 49ers will be the catalyst for the rest of the Cowboys’ season. They were impressed with Ezekiel Elliott’s big performance, but are worried about eventually losing him to the possible suspension, which could impact the rest of the season. Read


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CBS Sports and NFL.com had the Cowboys ranked the lowest at 12th, but they both shared similar thoughts and reasons as to why. They were very impressed with the offense’s showing in San Francisco and like that it’s starting to resemble the same power of last year. The two also reminded fans not to overlook the defense because they had a strong showing, and are starting to get in a groove. And with Sean Lee back on the field, hopefully that means things can only get better. Read


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Up next, the Cowboys travel to Washington for a division face-off with the Redskins. Washington is also 3-3, so this will be an important game for both teams in the chase to catch up with Philly. Read