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The Cowboys traveled to Minnesota on Thursday night to take on the Minnesota Vikings, their third game in just 12 days. Despite the quick turnaround from Thanksgiving, they won -- albeit not easily. It was a hard-fought game from both sides that was decided in the final 30 seconds when the Vikings missed a 2-point conversion that would have tied the game at 17 apiece. The final score was 17-15, giving the Cowboys their 11th straight victory and adding fuel to the fire that is #CowboysNation. Read
Here are the highlights from how social media reacted to the victory: Read
Before the game, the city of Dallas was lit, literally: Read
Cowboys alumni were no doubt excited about the recent success. So much so that Roger Staubach made sure the game was on despite not even being at home: Read
Michael Irvin, an NFL Network analyst, got to see the game in person: Read
The original No. 88, Drew Pearson, also gave props to another Cowboys record tied last night. Ezekiel Elliott tied Tony Dorsett and Herschel Walker for most touchdowns by a rookie running back in team history (12): Read
Here’s how our celebrity fans reacted: Read
Bleacher Report had some fun after the game with this mock Star Wars movie poster: Read
And finally, here’s how some of the team reacted to being 11-1: Read
Every week on Thursday Night Football, fans have had the pleasure of seeing a fashion show of specially designed cleats to accompany this year’s Nike Color Rush uniforms. We’ve seen everything from snakeskin cleats worn by Von Miller to cleats with foxtails on them made for Cam Newton. Read
Well, this week it’s the Cowboys turn to don those custom made Nike color rush uniforms and custom-made cleats. We’ve all seen the uniforms, but on Monday the cleats were finally unveiled to the players with the #MyCauseMyCleats Custom Cleats Reveal. Read
Each player’s cleats had their favorite charity integrated into the design. The team is very excited not only to try on some new gear but also bring awareness to some awesome causes. Read
Here are just a few: Read
Ezekiel Elliott will be wearing cleats in support of the SPCA of Texas, a cause he has been vocal about all year. If you look closely on one of his cleats there is even a tribute to his own dog, Ace! Read
Alfred Morris will be wearing cleats to promote awareness for The Salvation Army, a cause very near and dear to the hearts of the Dallas Cowboys organization as well. The overall design of Morris’ cleats can be attributed to his home state of Florida! Read
Brice Butler’s cleats are in honor of Love Jones 4 Kids, an organization that supports the needs of children in the San Jose area. This is an area very important to Butler since he played his college ball for USC and San Diego State. Read
Brandon Carr’s cleats support his personal foundation, The Carr Cares Foundation, which he founded to help inspire young students to become reading proficient. Along with that, his cleats also show support for his hometown of Flint, Michigan. Read
The Cowboys squared off against the Redskins on Thursday for the 114th time in franchise history. The Cowboys held a 6-1 record over the Redskins on Thanksgiving Day games entering Thursday’s matchup and continued that winning tradition with a 31-26 victory. Read
Any time these NFC East rivals face off it’s sure to bring a lot of social buzz, but add in the fact that this game was nationally televised on Thanksgiving and you have a social media explosion. The Cowboys-Redskins game was trending on Facebook and Twitter with over a million people discussing it on each. Read
Here are some of the highlights: Read
The NBA was very vocal in its support of the Cowboys, with some of its biggest stars attending the game: Read
Avid Cowboys fan LeBron James liked what he saw: Read
And so did the Memphis Grizzlies: Read
FC Dallas showed their pride in their fellow Dallas professional franchise: Read
And Jacob Tamme, tight end for the Atlanta Falcons, shared his wife’s thoughts on the game: Read
Here’s what celebrities had to say: Read
And finally here’s what the team, who has now won 10 straight, had to say: Read
The Cowboys defeated the Ravens 27-17 Sunday at AT&T Stadium to bring their win streak to nine and break the record of the longest win streak in team history. The Ravens sported the best defense in the league against the Cowboys’ league-leading run game. And again the Cowboys proved any doubters wrong with a hard-fought victory. Read
At 9-1 the Cowboys not only sit atop of the NFC, they have the best record in the entire NFL – and the Week 12 NFL Power Rankings reflect just that. Read
Via FoxSports.com, “The Cowboys remain the league’s best team after dominating the Ravens’ top-ranked defense”: Read
CBSSports.com agreed: Read
ESPN, which has been the most hesitant with the Cowboys, had no problems keeping them at No. 1 for the second week in a row: Read
As the Cowboys continue to sit in the No. 1 position across the board in these NFL Power Rankings, it’s important to recognize the battle ahead on Thanksgiving. Read
Not only will it be their second game within the same week, but it’s also against their longtime rival, the Washington Redskins. According to the Week 12 rankings the Redskins are a top 10 team, and if you have watched them recently their offense has proven it. Read
As always, check back next week to see where the Cowboys end up in the Week 13 NFL Power Rankings. Read
Hopefully by now you’ve seen the Dallas Cowboys Breakfast Club video that we published on our social channels shortly after Sunday’s win over the Ravens. If not, here you go.
I thought it would be fun to take you behind the scenes and let you know how it happened.
Amos, a fan I met when we played in Seattle two seasons ago, is also a graphic artist. We’ve commissioned him to do some work for us and we had some back and forth about a graphic for Beasley’s sauce and he came up with this.
I thought it would be fun to shoot a SportsCenter style commercial about Beasley’s hot sauce, so I approached Cole in the locker room and told him what we wanted to do and he was on board with it. I needed a couple of more guys to be in it so I started asking around. Next thing I knew, I had all of the receivers on board as well as Dak, so this suddenly became a bigger deal than our original idea.
Our digital and social teams started brainstorming together on what we could do and we decided we would have the guys sitting around a table eating. Cole would have a ridiculous amount of hot sauce on whatever he was eating, Lucky would be eating Lucky Charms with Terrance, all of Dez’s food would be shaped in an X (if you look closely at his cereal we took all the letters except Xs out of the Alpha Bits), Brice would be randomly DJing (that’s his hobby and he’s actually had a few gigs around town) and we knew Dak would be in it – we just weren’t sure what he’d be doing yet.
As we were talking all of this through it turned into everyone eating breakfast and we would end it with Dak passing the sauce to Dez and him making a joke about catching it. Someone brought up that it would be funny if Zeke was in the background just feeding his face. I talked to Zeke later that day in the locker room and asked him if he was in and he was.
We set it up for right after practice on Friday in the player’s lounge right across from the locker room. We knew we only had about 15 minutes before the guys got bored or impatient so we had to act fast. We got with the chef here at The Star and got all the dishes and food from him. As I was walking through the kitchen I noticed the huge metal bowl and spoon that Zeke’s eating with and grabbed them.
We got set up and the guys started rolling in. It took us about 20 minutes to get it shot and it was a blast. If you wonder if this team has as much fun as it appears they do, the answer is yes.
Here’s a behind the scenes video we did for it. Hope you have as much fun watching it as we did shooting it.