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It’s no secret that America’s Team has millions of fans stretching all around the world. With the new additions of Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott it seems like the already huge fan base has exploded this season. Read

With all those adoring fans comes an almost equal amount of Cowboys haters. While they don’t agree on a lot of things, both can agree that the Dallas Cowboys have picked up a lot of “bandwagoners” in 2016. Read

Today the Dallas Cowboys social team unveiled something for those bandwagoners: The Official Bandwagon Fan Application For The Dallas Cowboys: Read

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https://www.facebook.com/DallasCowboys/photos/a.415071317813.208337.99559607813/10155647208687814/?type=3&theater Read

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https://twitter.com/dallascowboys/status/818935714905735169 Read

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Within in 30 minutes of posting, the Facebook post had almost over 10,000 shares, and as of this CowBuzz posting, currently sits at about 15,500. Read

The response is overwhelming positive with Cowboys fans, haters and bandwagoners alike all filling out the form and arguing about who the players are at the bottom. HINT: There’s two defensive players and two offensive players! Read

Immediately after publishing, prominent sports websites started picking up on it and adding their own take on the Bandwagon Application. Read

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NFL.com: Read

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000772622/article/want-to-join-cowboys-bandwagon-apply-here Read

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Bleacher Report: Read

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2686328-dallas-cowboys-release-bandwagon-fan-application Read

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247 Sports: Read

http://dal.247sports.com/Bolt/Cowboys-release-official-2016-17-bandwagon-application-form-50449463 Read

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SportsNaut: Read

http://sportsnaut.com/2017/01/cowboys-inviting-bandwagon-fans-playoff-run/ Read

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No doubt as time passes more outlets will pick up on the Bandwagon Application and it’ll reach more fans around the globe. So please join the fun and sign up to join the bandwagon before Sunday, Jan. 15! Read

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And just like that, the regular season is all wrapped up and 12 teams are headed to the playoffs. Thanks to a first-round bye, the Cowboys only need two victories to get to the Super Bowl. Without further ado, here’s how the Cowboys stacked up in the last NFL Power Rankings of the 2016 season. Read

FoxSports.com finished out with the Cowboys at the No. 2 spot for the season, trailing only the 14-2 New England Patriots. Read

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The Cowboys’ rookie tandem of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are reasons why ESPN placed Dallas at No. 2 overall to finish the season. Even more impressive is the fact that the Cowboys started the season at No. 14 on ESPN’s power rankings:  Read

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And NFL.com agreed and kept the Boys at No. 2 for the season: Read

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It’s been quite a year for the Dallas Cowboys, which is evident if you kept up with the weekly rankings. They’ve been as high as No. 1 in all the rankings while being as low as No. 19 to begin the season. Read

Now with a weekend off, the Cowboys don’t play until Jan. 15. Depending on what happens this wild-card weekend, their divisional-round opponent will be the Lions, Packers or the Giants for the third time. Whoever they play, there will be no doubt that AT&T Stadium will be rocking! Read

Over his 14-year career Jason Witten has caught 63 touchdown passes from 10 quarterbacks and one wide receiver, Dez Bryant. Just seeing the number 63 doesn’t give justice to what some of these touchdowns have meant to the Dallas Cowboys organization. Overtime wins, game-changing drives and triumphant moments can be found throughout those 63 and I’m sure Witten can recall most of the plays.
 
However, there is one play we are positive he will never forget, and he took to Twitter to share the play of his very first catch.
 
A new Twitter member, former Cowboys quarterback Quincy Carter, shared a sentimental tweet about that touchdown throw to Witten. The best part was Witten’s response:
 
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It is well known that Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott aren’t above giving each other a hard time on not only on Twitter, but also in the locker room. For the past few weeks, the rookies have taken to messing with each other during their media availability. It all started when Zeke threw candy at Dak’s head in the middle of a media huddle, with Dak immediately responding by throwing candy at him during Zeke’s media session. Read

On Wednesday, Zeke moved on from the candy and started shooting straw wrappers and spit wads at Dak’s head. Dak didn’t pay much attention to it and ended it by passing Zeke the candy bag in his locker. Read

This morning prior to practice, Zeke shared videos on twitter showing that Dak had filled not only his locker with candy but also his backpack and helmet. There is no doubt that these rookies go above and beyond on the football field but now they’re showing they also take it the next level with pranks.
 


 

 
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Welcome to the Week 17 NFL Power Rankings. Yes, you read that right. It is in fact the last week of the regular season. For a lot of teams this final game marks the end of another season and for others it means one last chance to seal a playoff spot, but not for the Cowboys. Nope, the Cowboys have been firmly locked into a playoff spot since early December, and thanks to the Eagles win over the Giants last Thursday, the Cowboys now have home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. With all that said, here’s where the ‘Boys ended up in the power rankings with one game to play:
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FoxSports.com kept them at No. 2: Read

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CBSSports.com kept them there as well: Read

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ESPN placed the Cowboys in the No. 1 spot in part because they already have the NFC all wrapped up: Read

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And NFL.com liked that the Cowboys put up 28 unanswered points against the Lions on Monday Night: Read

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It’s been an electric season with still one game to play before the playoffs. The ‘Boys travel to Philadelphia this week to take on the Eagles (6-9), and although the division title has already been decided, this game will be a fun one to watch between two historic rivals. Read

As always, make sure to check back to see where the Cowboys end up for the final time this regular season! Read

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