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The Cowboys were no match for the Cardinals on this Monday night, with turnovers once again being the story of the game. Let's take a closer look at key players, moments and stats from the 38-10 loss to Arizona.
Jerry Jones gave credit to the Cardinals after Monday's 38-10 home loss but also pointed out the Cowboys also continue to hurt themselves.
In breaking down last night's lost to the Cardinals, Mickey Spagnola wonders if all the mistakes on both sides of the ball has this team at rock bottom … yet.
Football analyst Bucky Brooks has 12 takeaways from Monday's game, including Zeke being in a funk and the defense needing to be faster to the ball.
Injuries are one thing, but Nick Eatman still sees no excuses for getting dominated like that at home.
In his first start for an injured Dak Prescott, Andy Dalton found himself in a situation all-too-similar to the Cowboys' first five games.
On the heels of another woeful performance, Jaylon Smith had a blunt assessment of how the Cowboys' defense handled itself Monday night.
The Cowboys lead the NFL with a minus-12 turnover margin, compounded by four more miscues in Monday's loss. Head coach Mike McCarthy says the issue starts with him.
Ezekiel Elliott didn't shy away from criticism Monday night, as he blamed his two fumbles for putting the Cowboys in a hole against Arizona.
Several forgotten plays affected the game, including a critical dropped touchdown that might've given the Cowboys a boost heading into the half.
With four turnovers leading to 24 Arizona points, the Cowboys are blown out on Monday Night Football, 38-10.
The Cowboys have added Leighton Vander Esch to the roster, making it likely he will play Monday night. The Cowboys made several other moves, including placing Dak Prescott on IR.
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CeeDee Lamb is no stranger to playing with different quarterbacks. He shined in college with three different starters and expects big things to happen even as the Cowboys go to the backup QB.
Keeping Kyler Murray contained and staying balanced are two of the biggest Keys to Victory.
The Cowboys got a win last week, but might've suffered a bigger loss. Find out how the staff writers think the Cowboys will play with Andy Dalton now replacing Dak Prescott.
From Dak's injury to getting Andy Dalton ready to other injury news and facing the high-powered Cardinals, let's recap a full week of Cowboys headlines.
In his Friday column, Mickey Spagnola dives into the experience that Andy Dalton brings and how he may be the best backup quarterback the Cowboys have had in the Jerry Jones era.
While it clearly didn't happen in the way he'd prefer, assuming the starting role has been a smooth transition for a nine-year veteran like Andy Dalton.
Some very interesting stats this week include the Cowboys passing on DeAndre Hopkins in the 2013 Draft, the fact the last six wins over Arizona have been with six different QBs and an odd stat on the 2:00 warning this year.
The Cowboys are still last in the NFL in points allowed but there is optimism for a defense that will start to get some starters back on the field, including one this week.
Randy Gregory can't return to game action until Oct. 25, but it certainly sounds like he's turning some heads at practice.
Dak Prescott visited The Star on Thursday as he prepares to start a long rehab from ankle surgery. In the meantime, his teammates intend to fight for him on the field.
Watch the best plays from the Arizona Cardinals and the Dallas Cowboys in Week 6 of the 2020 NFL season.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper catches a 1-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Andy Dalton.
Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard rushes 1 yard for a first down.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper catches a 14-yard pass from quarterback Andy Dalton.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper catches a 26-yard pass from quarterback Andy Dalton.
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