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Blogging The Boys 13 hours ago
The Cowboys have the most favorable upcoming three weeks of any NFL team

The Cowboys have the most favorable upcoming three weeks of any NFL team

Things could be nice through early October. The Dallas Cowboys are 1-1 and in first place in the NFC East. Life is good. Obviously we want more. One win isn’t going to send any team to the playoffs so the Cowboys better plan on adding to that column, and adding a whole lot to it. They’ll have to go through Seattle this week if they want to do so, but given what we saw on Monday night that might not be so treacherous. The Seahawks did indeed look very beatable under Jason Witten’s watchful Monday Night Football eye in Chicago. Their offense is broken, their offensive line breaks even...
Blogging The Boys Sep 17, 2018
Monday Night Football live thread: Seahawks @ Bears

Monday Night Football live thread: Seahawks @ Bears

A preview for next week. Cowboys fans might want to pay attention to tonight’s game. The Seahawks visit the Bears, and next week the Cowboys vaisit the Seahawks. Get a preview of next week’s opponent. This is an open thread for game chat.
SportsDay Sep 17, 2018

Cowboys' plan was to turn the clock back to 2016 vs. Giants. QB Dak Prescott took it and ran even further back.

ARLINGTON -- After enduring a week of heavy and merited criticism, the Cowboys' plan was to turn back the clock for the national Sunday night audience. Most of us figured 2016 was the target. Dak Prescott went a step (and a year or two) further.Or, as Pro Bowl tweeter Dez Bryant offered in the fourth quarter of Sunday night's 20-13 victory over the Giants:While making a few big throws early, Prescott and the Cowboys offense still sputtered in the passing game as he finished with just 160 yards on 25 attempts, 64 of those coming on a first-quarter touchdown to Tavon Austin. But Prescott...
SportsDay Sep 16, 2018
Former Baylor WR Josh Gordon has eyes set on Cowboys, 49ers as next potential landing spots, reports say

Former Baylor WR Josh Gordon has eyes set on Cowboys, 49ers as next potential landing spots, reports say

Update (Sept. 16, 9:30 a.m.): Per multiple reports, if the Cleveland Browns were to be able to trade WR Josh Gordon before releasing him on Monday -- two landing spots the former Baylor star has in mind are the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys.Original post (Spet. 17, 8:08 p.m.): Josh Gordon will soon be a free agent.The former Baylor wide receiver's troubled tenure with the Cleveland Browns ended when the team announced Saturday night that it intends to release the former Pro Bowl wide receiver on Monday."This afternoon we informed Josh Gordon and his representatives that we are...
ClutchPoints Sep 16, 2018
Panthers news: Greg Olsen hoping to return from broken foot in 4-5 weeks

Panthers news: Greg Olsen hoping to return from broken foot in 4-5 weeks

The Carolina Panthers have suffered a significant blow to their offense with Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen suffering a refracture to his surgically-repaired foot during the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys. Since then, there have been reports that Olsen is looking to make his return this season after allowing his foot to rest […] The post Panthers news: Greg Olsen hoping to return from broken foot in 4-5 weeks appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Sep 17, 2018
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says entire team accepted Landon Collins’ challenge

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says entire team accepted Landon Collins’ challenge

In the days leading to the Week 2 showdown between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants there was much made about comments Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins directed at quarterback Dak Prescott concerning daring him to throw the ball. Following the 20-13 win on Sunday night, Prescott voiced that it was a challenge that […] The post Cowboys QB Dak Prescott says entire team accepted Landon Collins’ challenge appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Niner Nation Sep 17, 2018
Seahawks-Bears closes out the week with Monday Night Football

Seahawks-Bears closes out the week with Monday Night Football

The NFL closes out Week 2 with an intriguing Monday Night Football matchup. The Chicago Bears host the Dallas Cowboys, with kickoff set for 5:15 p.m. PT on ESPN. Joe Tessitore and Jason Witten will call the game from the booth, with Booger McFarland serving as an analyst from the field. Lisa Salters continues her duties as the sideline reporter. Both teams are 0-1, which means the loser of this game would fall into the 0-2 stat regarding difficulty in subsequently making the playoffs. It’s not the best measurement, but it is particularly notable for the Seahawks as far as I’m...

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