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The Cowboys improved to 2-1 on the season after a 31-17 victory over the Bears in primetime Sunday night at AT&T Stadium. The rookies had standout performances during the win. Dak went 19-of-24 for 248 yards and threw his first NFL touchdown to Dez Bryant. Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 140 yards on 30 attempts, giving him his first 100-yard game. The victory gave the Cowboys their first back-to-back wins since Sept. 20, 2016 when they beat the Eagles 20-10. With all that in mind, the Cowboys did enough to move up in the Week 4 NFL power rankings. Read

The Cowboys have steadily moved up the power rankings throughout the first four weeks but made the biggest jump this week from No. 13 to No.10: Read

Read upped the Cowboys five spots to No. 9 after another solid performance by Prescott: Read


ESPN had the ‘Boys making a big jump as well, from No. 18 to No. 11. They also cite Prescott as the main reason behind the move up: Read


And had the Cowboys with the biggest leap from No. 16 all the way up to No. 9. Read


With Elliott’s breakout performance that was capped off with his #ZekeLeap in the fourth quarter and Prescott’s continued improvement, the Cowboys are making progress the first month of the season. Read

Check back next week after the Cowboys take on the 49ers in San Francisco! Read

Cowboys fans have a lot to be happy about this Monday, with the team getting their first big win on Sunday Night Football and snapping an 8-game losing streak at AT&T Stadium. With so much happening on the field there was just as much happening off the field on social media that we’d like to recap for you. Read

In the first possession of the game Cole Beasley suffered a big hit by one of the Bears’ safeties. After sitting out a handful of plays he returned to the game but one fan took to twitter to have some fun with it and Beasley didn’t mind too much, even having fun with it himself in an exchange with Dak Prescott. Read Read
With Ezekiel Elliott getting his first career 100+ rushing yards, he did it in style, showing off his track and field skills with a couple hurdles. This isn’t unfamiliar for anyone who has followed Zeke’s football career including his high school state track and field titles and a few big hurdles when he was still an Ohio State Buckeye. Read Read

Elliott’s mother also posted a side-by-side photographing as she bragged about passing on the hurdling genetics to her running back son. Read Read

Olympian Lolo Jones also knows a thing or two about hurdling and she gave Zeke’s hurdle the stamp of approval. Read Read

Plenty to be excited about today, here’s some other big twitter reaction as the team gets ready to get back to work later this week for the San Francisco 49ers. Read Read Read Read Read Read

This Sunday the Cowboys will play their first Sunday Night Football primetime game of the 2016 season. With the anticipation of the game, The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon did a full segment on the Bears and Cowboys for his weekly “NFL Superlatives” bit.
Watch below as he pokes fun at some Cowboys including Travis Frederick, Lucky Whitehead and Mark Sanchez: Read Read

The Cowboys faced off against the Washington Redskins this past Sunday and looked sharp securing a 27-23 victory over their division rivals. The Cowboys now sit at 1-1 behind the Giants and the Eagles who are both 2-0. This win was especially important since historically teams that start 0-2 find it hard to get into the postseason. However, this solid performance was not enough to jump the Cowboys up the NFL power rankings. Read

Last week, placed the Cowboys into the No. 15 spot. This week they clawed their way up to No. 13: Read

Read left the Cowboys securely in the No. 14 spot for the second week in a row: Read


Like, ESPN decided to keep the Cowboys right where they were prior to the victory: Read


Finally, gave the Cowboys the biggest jump from No. 19 last week to No. 16 this week. While it’s only three spots, it’s still some progress: Read


Like mentioned earlier, the Cowboys avoided a dreaded 0-2 start. However, it seems like the ‘Boys have more to prove after last Sunday’s win if they wish to move up the NFL power rankings. Read

Make sure to check back here next week after the Cowboys take on the Bears on Sunday Night Football at AT&T Stadium. Read




 Cowboys running back Alfred Morris returned to FedExField on Sunday, but for the first time in his career he wasn’t donning the Redskins’ burgundy and gold there, having joined the Cowboys during free agency.
Prior to Sunday’s game, Morris had shared with the media that he anticipated visiting with his “stadium fam” that he had connected with during his time in Washington. He formed his “stadium fam” during the preseason of his rookie season when he would spend 20 minutes with the staff just talking about life.
As promised, Morris arrived with the team on the early bus and found the “stadium fam” in the corner of the stadium. During pregame he was seen spending the time catching up.
The day was capped for the running back when he scored his first touchdown as a Cowboy, helping them seal the road game win.