Michael Gallup also had his best game of the year with some strong grabs that led to 63 receiving yards. The Cowboys did some work on the ground as well, totaling 170 rushing yards, the fourth straight game they've surpassed 150. Their drive still alive, the Giants then went on to reach the Cowboys' 29-yard line. Just as the Cowboys went for it on fourth down in their own territory in the first quarter, so too did the Giants here in the third. Fourth QuarterThe good times kept rolling as the Cowboys scored their third consecutive touchdown of the second half on their next possession.
"Trust is going to be the key to everything and where we want to go. "We have to trust that someone's going to be in the B-gap when they're supposed to be in the B-gap. We have to trust that someone is going to come in the A-gap when they're supposed to be in the A-gap and hold the edge. You could have 10 players, but if nobody is doing what they're supposed to be doing and we're not executing, how can you expect to stop it?" There are very few people who would sign up to oppose a fired up and fiercely motivated Micah Parsons.13 days ago Dallas Cowboys
ARLINGTON, Texas – On the one hand, this was a return of the Cowboys' franchise quarterback who has been sidelined for five weeks. The Lions aren't exactly ... the Eagles, the team that took it to the Cowboys last week. That's how good this Cowboys defense played on Sunday against a Lions offense that entered the day scoring 30 more points than the Cowboys (140-110). Technically, Detroit has still outscored the Cowboys this year, but if this game proves anything, it's that stat doesn't really matter at all. In the meantime, they can lean on this defense, something Dak hasn't been able to do on a consistent level throughout his career.1 month ago Dallas Cowboys
"Yeah, I mean, Jourdan Lewis, I mean, to me, I look at him as one of the keystones on this football team," McCarthy said. "DaRon did a nice job [in his previous defensive reps] so we can continue to build off of that," said McCarthy. "Kelvin Joseph can continue to work through [as well], and Nahshon Wright will probably have an opportunity to play this week," McCarthy added. Additionally, there is curiosity on if there's a chance the Cowboys move Anthony Brown from outside to the nickel - a role he's taken on before - and allowing Bland, Joseph and Wright to battle outside the hashes. "Obviously, [losing Lewis] changes the way we move forward into such different combinations, different personnel groups," he said.1 month ago Dallas Cowboys
Against the Bears, the potential absence of Ezekiel Elliott will test the staff's commitment to the running game with Tony Pollard expected to shoulder the workload. Defensively, the Cowboys will need to have an answer for Bears' new and improved offense. If the Cowboys contain the Bears' No.1 ranked running game while avoiding giveaways, this matchup could turn into a one-sided affair. The Bears will win if…The Bears are coming into the game as a confident squad following a surprising win on the road. If the Bears' trio can consistently move the chains alternating snaps as the primary ball carrier, Matt Eberflus' squad could set the tone with their smash-mouth running game.1 month ago Dallas Cowboys
The Cowboys run game had its best week yet, even with its workhorse on the sideline in street clothes. Yet Jerry Jones says Ezekiel Elliott will be back in the mix after the team’s bye. It may actually be a behind-the-scenes staffer who’s stayed out of the spotlight but helped implement some key changes. Micah Parsons is moving some merch, one outlet is predicting a major move for Dallas, and Jerry Jones weighs in on whether he thinks Daniel Snyder is looking to sell. Dan Quinn is up for a year-end award, and a former Cowboys favorite sees his season end against an ironic opponent.25 days ago Cowboys Wire
4 Dak Prescott Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott looks to pass during an NFL football team practice Tuesday, June… Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott looks to pass during an NFL football team practice Tuesday, June 8, 2021, in Frisco, Texas. 20 Tony Pollard Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard (20) runs during an NFL football training camp in Frisco,… Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard (20) runs during an NFL football training camp in Frisco, Texas, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2020. 85 Noah Brown Jul 29, 2019; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Noah Brown (85) during training camp at… Jul 29, 2019; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Noah Brown (85) during training camp at River Ridge Playing Fields. 70 OG Zack Martin Dallas Cowboys guard Zack Martin (70) prior to an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021,… Dallas Cowboys guard Zack Martin (70) prior to an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, in Foxborough, Mass. 38 Israel Mukuamu Dallas Cowboys cornerback Israel Mukuamu (38) grabs a pass during NFL football practice in Frisco, Texas,… Dallas Cowboys cornerback Israel Mukuamu (38) grabs a pass during NFL football practice in Frisco, Texas, Thursday, June 3, 2021.1 month ago Cowboys Wire
The Cowboys appeared to be escaping their Week 7 contest against the Detroit Lions relatively unscathed. In the third quarter, sixth offensive lineman Matt Farniok was shaken up and left the game with a hamstring injury sustained on point-after attempt following an Ezekiel Elliott score. Elliott himself avoided catastrophe after he was hit on his right knee, fortunately while the leg was in the air. The same couldn’t be said for slot corner Jourdan Lewis, who suffered a foot injury following a fourth-quarter interception. The injury will have a ripple effect on Dan Quinn’s defense, which will enter Week 8 as the NFC’s best scoring defense.1 month ago Cowboys Wire