Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants
Leighton Vander Esch didn't necessarily need to talk about his frustration or his determination, it could all be easily heard in his voice.
Dak Prescott continues to make progress in his recovery from October surgery to repair a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle, Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday.
As he goes through the wrap up process for this unprecedented season, Mike McCarthy reflected on some of the challenges and disappointments that faced the Cowboys in 2020.
Before we take a deeper dive into the offseason, let's take one final look at the Cowboys' regular season finale and the disappointing loss to the Giants.
Getting Dak Prescott signed long term is "right there at the top" of offseason priorities, Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones said.
DeMarcus Lawrence reflects on the "tough battles" the team endured throughout the 2020 season but promises there will be positive changes next year.
Cowboys loss to the Giants was indeed the whole 2020 season in a nutshell.
It wasn't pretty. In fact, it was one of the ugliest games of the 2020 NFL season, but the Washington Football Team escaped Philadelphia with a 20-14 win on Sunday night, clinching the NFC East in the process.
Sunday's finale should give us a clear look at what problem the Cowboys need to fix in 2021.
Football analyst Bucky Brooks give his 10 points from Sunday's game, including what to do with LB Jaylon Smith.
There are plenty of ways to explain that microcosm – from Andy Dalton battling a hand injury, to questionable coaching decisions, to key drops and defensive miscues.
Set to be a free agent again this spring, Andy Dalton will weigh his options but has enjoyed this season with the Cowboys.
Plays that might get forgotten include the decision not to try a two-point conversion in the third quarter.
It wasn't quite the Dez Catch, but Sunday's reception-in-question did factor into the Cowboys' season-ending 23-19 loss to the Giants at the Meadowlands.
The end of any season brings about untold uncertainty.
With their playoff hopes still alive, the Cowboys season instead comes to a finish with a 23-19 loss to the rival Giants.
Kellen Moore said he will not be pursing a head coaching job at Boise State or any other place after signing a contract extension Saturday night to remain the Cowboys offensive coordinator.
The Cowboys activated Zack Martin (calf) from IR-Designated for Return but has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Giants, the team announced.
The final week of the regular season included an award for Zeke, injury updates on Zack and all the analysis in between on this do-or-die matchup with the Giants.
The Cowboys find themselves in another must-win situation Sunday, as do the Giants. Who wins? What does it mean for the playoffs?
As we finally welcome in a New Year, remember that not all was bad for the Cowboys in 2020.
Football analyst Bucky Brooks breaks down what needs to happen for both the Giants and Cowboys on Sunday.
Football analyst Bucky Brooks goes behind the line this week to preview the Giants matchup as both teams are still alive with a shot at winning the NFC East.
With the season on the line, the Cowboys played 11 rookies last week. But these young players aren't just on the field, but some are carrying this team towards a playoff run.
Watch highlights from the Week 17 matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton fools camera on fourth-down QB keeper run.
Dallas Cowboys safety Donovan Wilson blasts through untouched for huge sack.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott pushes forward on strong touchdown run.
Dallas Cowboys safety Donovan Wilson comes down with tipped interception.
Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein drills 57-yard field goal as time expires in the first half.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton dimes wide receiver CeeDee Lamb for 14-yard strike.
New York Giants running back Wayne Gallman fumbles handoff for key Dallas Cowboys recovery.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb sits down with Michael Irvin to talk about the roller-coaster 2020 season.
Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants