Dallas Cowboys vs Baltimore Ravens
It didn't matter what day of the week the Cowboys were playing, a bad defense produced the same old result.
Football analyst Bucky Brooks offers up his game points after the Ravens game, including why Andy Dalton managed the game well and puts more blame on the coaching staff.
The Cowboys were overwhelmed by the reining MVP who simply ran over, ran around and ran through the Cowboys. Let's recap the loss with key moments, players and stats from the game.
The Cowboys knew what to expect from Lamar Jackson, but had no answers for the reigning MVP.
Turns out the quick turnaround didn't affect Lamar Jackson too much.
Talking about the difference in Tuesday night's 34-17 loss to Baltimore, the Cowboys' first-year head coach put it pretty perfectly.
There isn't a better play to sum up Tuesday night's defensive performance, and Leighton Vander Esch took ownership of it.
Dez Bryant announced just before Tuesday's game that he tested positive for COVID-19, preventing him from playing against his old Cowboys team.
Plays that might get forgotten include a delay of game penalty and momentum-changing tackle by the jersey.
The Cowboys are unable to slow down the Ravens' rushing attack in their first-ever Tuesday night game, falling to Baltimore, 34-17.
After two postponements, Cowboys-Ravens is set for Tuesday night in Baltimore. Which team will grab back some momentum? The DallasCowboys.com crew makes their picks.
Find out what Bucky Brooks says needs to happen for Dallas to knock off Lamar Jackson and the Ravens Tuesday night.
It's fitting that a relationship as unique as Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys is being rekindled in an unprecedented Tuesday night football game.
As expected, the Ravens are going to get their star quarterback Lamar Jackson back for this game. Here's why Baltimore is so different when he's in the lineup.
he faces have changed, but the name and the location should be familiar for Andy Dalton – another trip to Baltimore.
Recap the week for the Cowboys, who dealt with their share of adversity, from a virtual funeral services to the challenges of a changing schedule.
The Cowboys biggest worry in facing the Ravens has to concern themselves and how they stop the run.
Ezekiel Elliott was nominated this week for the Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award by the Dallas Cowboys. The honor is given to a player who exhibits exemplary sportsmanship.
The Cowboys are back to practice Friday, and a notable spectator stopped by for a few minutes: Dak Prescott as he continues his rehab from ankle surgery.
The rollercoaster ride of this season has been twisting and turning even more lately, especially for the Ravens, the Cowboys' next opponent. Here's what to expect for both teams in next Tuesday's game.
Speaking on NFL.com's Pepsi Rookie Roundtable, Dak Prescott discussed his approach to rehab from October ankle surgery.
We're into the home stretch of a season we'll never forget, for better or for worse. Maybe we can find some silver linings.
The abnormal becoming the norm in 2020, an award for Donovan Wilson, the NFC East picture and more!
The Cowboys spent their Wednesday afternoon watching their upcoming opponent play a live game. It's just another testament to how adapting to change is critical in this 2020 season.
Watch the highlights from the Week 13 matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Baltimore Ravens.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton delivers strike to wide receiver Michael Gallup to convert on fourth-and-19.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton darts top-shelf TD to toe-tapping wide receiver Amari Cooper on fourth-and-goal.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton finds wide receiver Michael Gallup for 13-yard touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 13.
Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard breaks loose for massive 66-yard kick return.
Dallas Cowboys vs Baltimore Ravens