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Welcome to the 2017 DallasCowboys.com Writers' Blog, your daily resource for up-to-date news and notes throughout the season.

 

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ARLINGTON, Texas – You’ll hear no complaints from Dak Prescott about a shortened week ahead of the Cowboys’ annual Thanksgiving game. Read

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The Philadelphia Eagles are 8-1 and riding a seven-game winning streak. The Cowboys are 5-4, banged up and playing without suspended All-Pro running back Ezekiel Elliott. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – I don’t think I’ve ever had so little fun covering a football season. Read

The beauty of being a sports writer is in the work – or “work,” I should say. It’s not the most lucrative industry in the world, but it sure is fun. I get paid a living wage to talk and write about football, and I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve dreaded going to work in the five years I’ve been here. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It was a cruel twist of fate and a reminder of life in the NFL. Read

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JOHN RODRIGUEZ
AMARILLO, TX

Does this team have the depth to overcome its injuries? With just two injuries and one player out on suspension this team looked lost. Or am I overreacting? Read

Bryan: I don’t believe that lost is the right word? I do know that no team can replace losing the quality of players that they’ve had to play without and expect to win these games. Your hope is that the ones that do have to fill in are not liabilities and so far that’s hasn’t been the case.  Read

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DALLAS, Texas – It was a logical date on the Cowboys’ calendar, but it could count as fortuitous timing. Read

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ATLANTA – They won’t see him for at least three more weeks – or likely longer. But the Cowboys are confident Ezekiel Elliott is in a good place as his NFL suspension gets underway. Read

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ATLANTA – It’d be a mistake to assume Dak Prescott has never endured a night like that. Read

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For the first time all season, the Cowboys ended the work week knowing they won’t have Ezekiel Elliott on game day. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Well, it finally happened. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – This isn’t meant as a knock on Lewis Neal, there just isn’t a way around it – he simply doesn’t look like an NFL defensive tackle. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – As expected, both Tyron Smith and Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Just like that, Jeff Heath is back in contention. Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – It couldn’t have been a coincidence that Alex Smith threw his first interception of 2017 on the day he played the Cowboys. Read

The talking point all week long had been Smith’s good decision-making and ball security. Kansas City receiver Tyreek Hill had famously thrown more interceptions than Smith heading into this matchup. Read

But then came this matchup, and a Dallas pass rush that bothered Smith throughout the night – sacking him twice, pressuring him plenty more and ultimately contributing to the interception that helped seal a 28-17 win. Read

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The Cowboys (4-3) are looking for their first three-game winning streak of the season. The Kansas Chiefs (6-2) are looking to improve their AFC-best record, currently tied with the Patriots. Read

Which side will prevail? The DallasCowboys.com staff gives their gut feelings for Week 9 at AT&T Stadium: Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Ezekiel Elliott can return to the Cowboys and play Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs – for the time being, at least. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – David Irving remembers his arrival in Texas right down to the day – and why on Earth wouldn’t he? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – It’s a strange juxtaposition that makes up the fabric of a football team. Read