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6 Days to Sunday: Sean Lee Officially Ruled Out On Team’s Final Injury Report

Article Posted Fri, 17 Nov 2017

(Editor’s Note: Each week, the staff of will present “6 Days to Sunday” for the upcoming game, presenting a daily update for each team as they head into the upcoming contest. This week, the Cowboys are looking to cut into Philly’s division lead with the Eagles soaring into town.) Read   Read

Scout’s Notebook: Defense’s Game Plan, Witten’s Hidden Plays; More

Article Posted Mon, 6 Nov 2017

FRISCO, Texas – What a performance. Read Any time you grab a win against one of the NFL’s best teams, it’s a good bet you played a solid ball game. But for the Cowboys to come away with such a dominant performance – offensively and defensively – against Kansas City, you knew it was going to take some inspired play. Read Having re-watched the tape, I just saw that – all the way around. The Cowboys’ offense continued its impressive roll through the past month or so, while the Dallas defense played its best game of 2017 in limiting this Chiefs offense. Read   Read

Spagnola: No Need To Qualify These Defensive Performances Anymore

Article Posted Mon, 6 Nov 2017

ARLINGTON, Texas – Now that is the real deal. Read          No, not the Dallas Cowboys offense putting up 28 points, the sixth consecutive game the team has scored at least 28 points, but two short of stretching their mark of at least 30 to five. Read

Sullivan: Reviewing ‘All 3 Phases’ At Midseason Shows No Real Weakness

Article Posted Mon, 6 Nov 2017

Halfway home, eight games down, eight games remaining. Cowboys are 5-3 and would be the sixth seed in the NFC playoffs if the season ended today. Could easily be 7-1, one play against the Rams, another against the Packers, and everyone would be thinking they were the class of the league. Read

Victor Villalba: Victoria mancomunada de la estrella solitaria en Arlington

Article Posted Mon, 6 Nov 2017

A estas alturas de la temporada el video y las tendencias se conocen de sobra, al grado de que el hecho de planear para esto o aquello es simplemente un juego de ajedrez. Read Ante Andy Reid y la marea rojo y amarillo era el buscar a como diera lugar maniatar a la ofensiva número tres de la liga, con un mariscal de campo en Alex Smith sin intercepciones y el mejor corredor de la liga en la persona de Kareem Hunt.  Read Poca cosa tomando en cuenta lo endeble en momentos de la defensiva de Rod Marinelli. Read

Eatman: After Being Stunned Before Half, Cowboys’ D Was Simply Stunning

Article Posted Sun, 5 Nov 2017

ARLINGTON, Texas – Real quick, rewind yourself about 48 hours and honestly play this quick. Read What unlikely occurrence will take place Sunday against the Chiefs? Read A) Chiefs rookie RB Kareem Hunt will be held to 37 yards. Read B) The Chiefs will connect on a “Screen Mary” before halftime for a TD. Read

Sound Off: Irving vs. Former Team; Taco Says First Sack “Just the Beginning”

Article Posted Sun, 5 Nov 2017

The Dallas Cowboys welcomed one of the best offenses in the league to AT&T Stadium and outplayed them on both sides of the ball. Kansas City managed to execute the most shocking play of the game at the end of the first half, but the Cowboys left with the victory. Read Here’s what players and coaches of both teams had to say after the game.   Read   Read

Taco Joins The Sack Party For The Cowboys' Much-Improved Pass Rush

Article Posted Sun, 5 Nov 2017

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