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FRISCO – Time for some midweek tidbits with overreaction to Broncos 42, Cowboys 17, swirling harder and faster than on-coming Maria in the Caribbean. What are the 1-1 Cowboys ever to do? Read

Over the past nine seasons the Cowboys have started out 1-1. The only two times they haven’t: The Cowboys went 0-2 in 2010 on the way to 6-10 after losing Tony Romo; and they began 2015 at 2-0 before again losing Romo for all but four games. Read

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Editor’s Note: Each Thursday leading into the NFL games, contributing writer Jonathan Auping will break down a few things to consider as fantasy owners set their weekly lineups, including players to start or sit, along with trends to remember. Whether your game is the traditional fantasy league or the daily games from DraftKings, this weekly feature should help you get prepared for the fantasy weekend.  Read

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Who is ready to cheer? Every year in the off season, we embark upon our “Prep Class” season. What started almost over 25 years ago has turned into a ritual for DCC hopefuls and spread to studios throughout the DFW Metroplex, offering Pro Style prep classes. We are going a step further! Our fall classes are designed with more focus on the DCC style. We are in an amazing position to really put attention to detail on kick technique, proper execution and body placement…just a few of the things that seem to be end of the road for many auditioning for our team. Read

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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

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Let’s begin here: From a Cowboys perspective, the game in Denver was a disaster. It is true that when you look at the tape of any game, things were seldom as good or as bad as they seemed. But that was a stinker, with a capital stink. A perfect template for how this team’s season could go horribly wrong. Read

But for that to happen, they’d have to play like this over and over. And there is nothing in the DNA of this team to suggest that’s about to happen. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys are on an extended schedule this week, thanks to Monday Night Football. Today is Wednesday in the real world, but inside their football offices, it’s still Tuesday. Thursday will follow a Wednesday schedule, Friday will follow a Thursday schedule, and so forth. Read

Despite that, I’m going to stick to the script. It’s Wednesday, so here is my preview of the Arizona Cardinals’ most troublesome players. These are the three guys I’ve got my eye on for this matchup. Read

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ROBERT KULLE
THOUSAND OAKS, CA

We all know Denver has a good defense.  What did the coaches do to help the receivers create space?  Why not more crossing routes like Atlanta, Seattle, New England etc. It seems the Cowboys use too many vertical and sideline patterns which are easy to scheme. Read

Bryan: It’s hard to create space when the corners you're playing are outstanding space players. The Broncos contested every ball no matter what route they saw. Bunch formations and motion across the formation might have been better.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Like the rest of the Cowboys, team owner/general manager Jerry Jones never expected a 28-point loss in Denver – the franchise’s largest margin of defeat since the Saints dismantled Dallas 49-17 in the Superdome four years ago. Read

Jones was surprised by how efficiently the Broncos’ offense performed and how thoroughly Denver’s defense shut down the Cowboys’ typically balanced attack. Read

He doesn’t expect to see another struggle like that one. Read

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(Nota: El contenido original fue escrito por Nick Eatman, escritor para DallasCowboys.com, y traducido al español para SomosCowboys.com) Read

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(Editor’s Note: DallasCowboys.com senior writer and pro wrestling aficionado Rob Phillips’ new column, “Figure 4,” identifies four key statistics each week that impact the Cowboys’ on-field performance.) Read

FRISCO, Texas – Two games, two confusingly conflicting results. Read

The Cowboys looked symptom-free in their season-opening win over the Giants. Seven days later, the general reaction to their 42-17 drubbing in Denver was about as sunny as Stephen King’s “It” remake. Read

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ROBERT CORCHINE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM
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Was the Cowboys' dismal performance in all three phases against Denver a sign of things to come? Will youth in the secondary along with injuries and poor play along with a tough schedule limit this team all season? I see them finishing no better than 7-9, possibly worse. Thoughts? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – There’s always something you can learn from the tape. Read

Jason Garrett said as much at his Monday press conference. The tape never looks as good as a win suggests it does, and it never looks as bad as a loss would suggest. There’s always information in each game, waiting to be gained. Read

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With that, here’s what I found when I re-visited this 42-17 loss the Cowboys suffered in Denver on Sunday afternoon. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Was Jason Garrett happy with Ezekiel Elliott’s effort after an interception Sunday in Denver? Absolutely not. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Dak Prescott stood at the post-game podium Sunday night in Denver and took full responsibility for the Cowboys’ offensive struggles in a 42-17 blowout loss to the Broncos. Read

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DENVER – Lightning began bouncing all over this Mile High City Sunday afternoon. Read

         The bolts provided by Mother Nature caused a 1-hour, 2-minute delay with 33 seconds left in the first quarter of this Dallas-Denver matchup, dispatching the Cowboys and the Broncos to their respective locker rooms and the majority of the 76,919 people at Sports Authority Stadium at Mile High scurrying for cover. Read

         There were no known strikes from these aerial displays in the area. Read

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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

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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

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Los papeles se cambiaron en esperado encuentro entre dos franquicias que se ven las caras muy de vez en cuando, con unos inspirados Broncos de Vance Johnson terminando con la ofensiva de los Vaqueros de Jason Garrett al son de 42-17 ante lleno escandaloso en Denver, Colorado. Read

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