The Dallas Cowboys are about to face the New York Giants and offensive coordinator Jason Garrett for the potential right at a playoff berth, could there be a more fitting end to the 2020 season? Cowboys fans will have to hold their nose and root for the Eagles this week, as Dallas needs Philadelphia to defeat Washington to have any chance of the postseason. The Cowboys and Giants are the first NFC East matchup on Sunday at noon, with the fate-deciding Philadelphia-Washington game starting at 3:25 pm.
The Cowboys season hasn’t gone nearly as the club planned, but here they are in a position to possibly extend their season. In some ways the year is ending as it began, with the Cowboys 2020 draft class garnering tons of attention. The recent draft class of Lamb, Diggs, and Gallimore are not only living up to the hype, they are exceeding it. Dallas will need their rookies to step up once again in this loser-goes-home Week 17 battle. Plus, could the Cowboys really lose offensive coordinator Kellen Moore to his alma mater, Boise State? Happy New Year, Cowboys Nation.
Cowboys Leaning On Rookies Down The Stretch :: Dallas Cowboys
Link The Cowboys were praised for finding value the days following the 2020 NFL draft, and it turns out the pundits were right. The Cowboys top three draft picks have all been major contributors this season, and other lower-profile rookies have stepped up as well.
Dallas Cowboys: Could this star player return just in time? :: The Landry Hat
Link Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said earlier this week that All-Pro guard Zack Martin wouldn't return this Sunday against the New York Giants. However, he was optimistic about his return if the Cowboys make the playoffs.
Kellen Moore, Andy Dalton closing out Cowboys' season with résumé builders :: ESPN
Link With a potential head coaching job at Boise State for Kellen Moore, and Andy Dalton looking to be a starter elsewhere in 2021, they've both helped their cases with the Cowboys offensive explosion in Week 16 against the Eagles.
Dallas Cowboys Thursday Injury Report :: Jon Machota, Twitter
Practice Pool Report: Preparing For Cold Temps :: Dallas Cowboys
Link With frigid temperatures expected for Sunday the Cowboys opened the doors at The Star in Frisco to help prepare for the New York Giants.
The Cowboys defensive tackle play is very bad, but Neville Gallimore continues to shine :: Blogging The Boys
Link The Cowboys were supposed to have big time contributions at the defensive tackle position from Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe. However, with neither on the current roster it opened up an opportunity for rookie Neville Gallimore, and he hasn't disappointed.
Cowboys Wire Podcast: The miseducation of Kellen Moore haters :: Cowboys Wire
Link Hosts K.D. Drummond and Ryan O'Leary are once again talkin' Cowboys. This episode of the Cowboys Wire Podcast covers the potential that Dallas could have to replace both coordinators, the Cowboys Week 17 opponent, and more on this weird 2020 season.
Thursday Work :: Dallas Cowboys, Twitter
Playoff Scenarios: Tie Goes To The ... Cowboys? :: Dallas Cowboys
Link Cowboys staff writer Nick Eatman breaks down how the outcomes of this weekend's NFC East games affect the Cowboys playoff chances. Spoiler Alert: Dallas fans should be rooting for Philadelphia this Sunday, as hard as that is to do.
Dallas Cowboys Week 17 opponent preview: The New York Giants :: Blogging The Boys
Link Another year, another Week 17 divisional matchup that decides the Cowboys postseason fate. This time around the Cowboys face former skipper Jason Garrett and the New York Giants. Terence Watson from Blogging the Boys examines the Giants strengths, weaknesses, and more.
Randy Gregory As Good As Advertised In Return To Cowboys This Season :: Inside The Star
Link As the season approached, it was unclear if Randy Gregory would be reinstated in time to join the Cowboys this season. Now, Gregory is coming off a defensive player of the week-level performance and the defensive end is showing the world what type of impact he can have on the gridiron.