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As to be expected after the 42-17 loss in Denver, the Cowboys have fallen in the weekly NFL power rankings. Read
CBS Sports and NFL.com have the Cowboys at their lowest ranking of 12. The Cowboys were ranked 6 by each of them the week before. Both outlets pointed out that this was one of the worst games ever under head coach Jason Garrett, nor were they okay with blame being placed on quarterback Dak Prescott for the loss. Read
Sports Illustrated called the Cowboys’ loss one of the most visible losses of the week, but isn’t too worried that the Cowboys will be able to bounce back with Dak. The Cowboys fell from Sports Illustrated’s third-place ranking last week. Read
After the end of Week 2, the general consensus is that the Chiefs and the Falcons are the top two teams in the league right now. The Cowboys will face both teams later this season. Read
The University of Arkansas will honor Jerry Jones in a big way this weekend. The Razorbacks are celebrating Jerry’s induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as one of their former players and notable alumni. Read
On the school’s official athletic site, director of athletics Jeff Long said, “What do you give a man who’s had everything and now is going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame?” The school and football team went to great lengths to come up with something special to honor all of his accomplishments, and let me tell you, it sure is special! Read
The team will be wearing Cowboys-inspired uniforms this Saturday at The Southwest Classic, when Arkansas takes on Texas A&M at AT&T Stadium. Read
“I don’t know that I’ve had anything happen to me that has been as meaningful as this gesture from the University of Arkansas,” Jones said on the school’s official athletic site. Read
What a perfect way to honor Jerry Jones’ past and present with a Cowboys-inspired uniform in ‘Razorback Red.’ Read
And just like Jerry, these uniforms are top of the line. Check out all of the details on the uniforms from the helmets, all the way down to the socks. Read
Jerry Jones emotionally shows how much this gesture means to him. Read
The Dallas Cowboys are 1-0 after Sunday’s season opener against the New York Giants. The 19-3 win proved big not only for their early division standing, but also for their NFL power ranking. Let’s look at how the Cowboys moved up in Week 2. Read
Bleacher Report and Sports Illustrated gave the Cowboys their highest ranking at No. 3. Read
ESPN ranked the Cowboys at No. 5, inching up one spot. Read
And the NFL, along with many others, placed the Cowboys at No. 6 in their power rankings. They gave credit for “dominating most of the night” against their division rival. Read
There is no clear No. 1 this week, but the top six seems to be set. From what I saw, it exclusively features the Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots in varying orders. Dallas will face four of the other five teams this season. But for now, the Cowboys will focus on their game at Mile High against the Broncos on Sunday. Read
Terrance Williams and Orlando Scandrick are showing that they haven’t forgotten where they come from in a big way. Both of them have recently given back some of their good fortune to their respective high school football teams.
Terrance Williams shared on Instagram pictures of new Nike football jerseys he is donating to his alma mater, W.T. White High School in Dallas.
Some of the football players have shared their thanks to Williams on twitter.
Orlando Scandrick’s foundation, 32 Cares, has donated $15,000 to Los Alamidos High School in California. The money will be put toward buying brand new Riddell jerseys and helmets.
He shared a photo of the new helmets that have a 32 O sticker honoring his donation.
Williams and Scandrick both showing their respect to those that have helped them get to this point in their football careers. Read
Dez made Joshua’s dream come true and a lot more. Read
After practice ends it’s typical for players to walk over to the fence and sign autographs for fans screaming their name as they exit the field. As Dez approached the fence Tuesday, he noticed a sign being held up that read, “All I want for my birthday is to throw up the X with Dez.” Read
Dez signed autographs for some military members attending practice, then focused his attention on the child holding the sign: Joshua. Read
Dez picked Joshua up and brought him to the other side of the fence. They headed out to the practice field where the two played catch for about five minutes. After they threw the ball around, Dez found a sharpie, signed the ball and gave it to Joshua. Read
As they were walking off the field, a throng of media circled around Joshua to interview him about his experience. Dez stayed out on the field and watched the interview. Read
We got some great photos of the experience and a really cool video and wanted to share them with Joshua. I went into the crowd in search of him and found Joshua and his mom, Jessica Williams. Joshua was still shaking and overcome with emotion as I asked him how cool his experience was. We exchanged information and they headed on their way. Read
Sometimes we get so caught up in the game, we forget how lives can be impacted off the field. Tuesday was a great reminder that football is bigger than what we see on Sundays. Read
Props to Dez for making a nine-year-old’s dream come true today. ReadRead