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Catch-Up: Tuesday Game, Homecoming & More


Regardless of the situation, a game week is always filled with news and storylines from both sides of the ball.

Each week, Cowboys Catch-Up will get you fully prepared, reviewing some of the top stories and videos of the week. Head into Sunday's game by catching up on everything you need to know from this week, courtesy of the staff.


  • Tyler Biadasz was drafted this year with the legacy of Travis Frederick looming large. He couldn't have known how quickly he would have to step up to try to fill those shoes. He joined Brad Sham and Dani Surek to talk about his rookie year. **[Watch Biadasz on Cowboys Hour**]
  • Speaking of legacies, Dez Bryant was supposed to up against the Cowboys this week. Originally drafted No. 24 overall by the Cowboys in 2010, Bryant grew into one of the most electric playmakers in the NFL, one of the best receivers in team history and an unquestioned bright spot of the post-Triplets era of Cowboys history," David Helman writes. **[Read Helman on Bryant’s singular Cowboys’ career**]



  • We'd heard about the defense improving coming into the matchup with the Ravens. Well, that wasn't what Rob Phillips, Isaiah Stanback, and Hek'ma Harrison didn't see it on Tuesday night. **[Watch Talkin’ Cowboys discuss the defensive disaster**]
  • Bucky Brooks watched the tape, and he knows where he's ready to point fingers: the coaching staff. "From the silly penalties to untimely turnovers to blown assignments, the Cowboys have played bad football from Week 1 and McCarthy's inability to solve the team's biggest problems is disappointing based on his championship pedigree," Brooks writes. **[Read the Scout’s Take on Tuesday’s loss**]
  • Mickey Spagnola doesn't care what day of the week is. It's all starting to blur together. "See, the Cowboys (3-9) just couldn't take a hint from how the Giants went to Seattle to beat the Seahawks or the Washingtons went to Pittsburgh to upset the erstwhile undefeated Steelers," Spagnola writes. **[Read Spagnola on the most recent Cowboys blunder**]



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