Before the season started the Cowboys suffered several injuries to key players that were thought to have derailed Dallas' season before it even began. Since then a 5-1 start coupled with the play of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott have at least minimized the losses of Tony Romo, Kellen Moore and Darren McFadden. Could Dallas trade away some returning talent to help out areas of need? Or could they make separate trades altogether? Below are some trade scenarios that national writers think should or might happen. Be sure to scroll to the bottom to vote on which trade you'd most like to see happen. A surplus of RBs Cowboys give up: Darren McFadden Cowboys get: A 2017 conditional sixth-round pick
The Cubs will have one less dangerous bat in their lineup when the World Series shifts to Wrigley Field on Friday for Game 3, because Kyle Schwarber was not medically cleared to play the field and thus, won’t be in the starting lineup. Schwarber, whose amazing return from injury and subsequent success, has become the biggest individual story of this World Series. After a Game 2 performance in which he had two hits and two RBIs against the Cleveland Indians as the Cubs’ designated hitter, Chicago was clamoring to see whether Schwarber would defy the odds again and get the OK from doctors to allow his surgically reconstructed knee to patrol the outfield.
He had attempted everything, the art of self-deception and public declarations, and yet nothing prepared Dwyane Wade for the moment. It was like he was back on those old courts on the South Side here, and he delivered a playground follow-through pose, an unhinged glare to onlookers and his most clutch