New York Giants vs Dallas Cowboys
It's too early to speculate too much about what Dak Prescott's recovery will look like, but Mike McCarthy said Monday he wouldn't bet against the quarterback's drive to return.
The story of the game had little to do with the final outcome. But despite the heartbreaking injury to Dak Prescott, the Cowboys managed to rally and secure the win. Let's look back and how things unfolded.
Trysten Hill suffered a season-ending injury of his own during Sunday's win against the Giants. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy had glowing praise for the progress that Hill had made in his second season.
Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones says the team feels confident about Dak Prescott making a full recovery from his ankle injury and being "ready to go next year."
In his Monday column, Mickey Spagnola points out that despite the positives in Sunday's victory and the team filling the void of losing Prescott, the Cowboys must now move forward without their leader.
Prescott is set for surgery Sunday night on a compound ankle fracture and dislocation suffered in the third quarter of the Cowboys' 37-34 victory over the Giants.
Nick Eatman says good luck trying to figure out a team that has lost its QB for the season, has a struggling defense, but is resilient enough to find itself in first place.
It goes without saying that Jaylon Smith has a unique perspective on any type of football injury.
Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones released a statement of support for Dak Prescott on Sunday night in the wake of the quarterback's ankle injury.
An emotional Prescott was promptly carted off the field in tears surrounded by his teammates, coaches and former head coach Jason Garrett, all offering support.
Football analyst Bucky Brooks gives us 10 quick takes after the game, including how things change without Dak and CeeDee Lamb is already living up to the hype.
The Cowboys take down the Giants, 37-34, in dramatic, come-from-behind fashion, but a cloud hangs over the victory after the team loses star quarterback Dak Prescott to injury.
With former Cowboys QB Tony Romo returning to call the game for CBS, check out all options to watch and listen to Sunday's game against the Giants.
From picking up the pieces against the Browns, to getting ready for Jason Garrett's return to the news of Tyron Smith's surgery, let's recap another wild week with the Cowboys.
In his Friday column, Mickey Spagnola dives into how this crazy year has these two desperate NFC East rivals sharing some unexpected and not-so-desirable commonalities.
The Cowboys have lost two straight games but face a Giants team that hasn't won a game yet this year. Check out the staff writers this week as they offer up their predictions for Sunday.
Football analyst Bucky Brooks offers his weekly keys to victory for both teams, stating the Cowboys can beat the Giants if they don't beat themselves first.
Tyron Smith's neck injury will end his 2020 season, but the Cowboys are hopeful their star left tackle will be "good to go" for 2021 after having surgery.
Here are a dozen interesting facts to know ahead of Sunday afternoon's matchup at 3:25 CT on CBS.
The Pro Bowl left tackle is expected to have surgery next week for a neck injury that has sidelined him for two of the Cowboys' first four games, head coach Mike McCarthy announced Friday.
The Giants have trouble scoring points. The Cowboys have trouble keeping points off the board. So this matchup is already intriguing. The return of Jason Garrett as the Giants' offensive coordinator only makes it more interesting.
Coming off their worst performance of the season, Jaylon Smith said he wants to see extra effort and better execution from the Cowboys defense.
Tyron Smith is expected to miss Sunday's game vs. the Giants. But the Cowboys are fearing he could be out much longer. When asked about possible surgery, Stephen Jones said all options "are on the table."
After returning to the lineup against Cleveland last Sunday, Tyron Smith is "further back" than he was this time last week in terms of the neck injury that sidelined him two games.
Watch the biggest plays made by Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot in his Week 5 matchup versus the New York Giants.
Watch every catch from Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb's 124-yard game in their Week 5 win against the New York Giants.
Watch every play from the Dallas Cowboys game-winning drive in their Week 5 matchup versus the New York Giants.
Watch highlights from Week 5 matchup of the New York Giants against the Dallas Cowboys.
Nate Newton, Barry Church and Kyle Youmans bring you immediate postgame reaction to #NYGvsDAL in the First Word presented by Dr Pepper.
Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein's hooking 34-yard field goal gives Dallas a walk-off win.
Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein ties the game late with 40-yard field goal.
Can't-Miss Play: Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup gets up for unbelievably clutch toe-tapping grab.
Can't-Miss Play: Dallas Cowboys dials up trick play for quarterback Dak Prescott's first career receiving touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott dots wide receiver CeeDee Lamb over middle for 26 yards.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb contorts for unbelievable twisting grab in traffic.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Demarcus Lawrence's first sack of 2020 turns into defensive touchdown for team.
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo defends head coach Mike McCarthy and his hiring.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot caps Cowboys' 14-play drive with lunging touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys weather storm of yellow flags on 18-yard completion to wide receiver CeeDee Lamb.
New York Giants vs Dallas Cowboys