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IRVING — First safety Barry Church went down. Then linebacker Sean Lee. On Sunday, defensive end Kenyon Coleman became the third defensive starter for the Cowboys to suffer a season-ending injury, tearing his left triceps muscle in the third quarter ofShare Tweet
IRVING — Jason Garrett spent a few minutes discussing one of Tony Romo’s best plays of the season after Sunday’s 38-23 victory in Philadelphia. Following his Monday press conference, the Cowboys coach went into greater detail for about 10 minutes, tShare TweetIRVING - The biggest violator Sunday among the penalty-prone Cowboys was cornerback Morris Claiborne. In the Cowboys’ 38-23 victory over Philadelphia, he was flagged twice for offside, two times for defensive holding and once for pass interference. AsShare Tweet
Jason Garrett: Rob Ryan would make an outstanding head coachIRVING — After praising the job Rob Ryan has done with the Cowboys defense, Jason Garrett was asked Monday what kind of head coach his defensive coordinator would make. It’s no secret that Ryan would like to join his brother, Rex Ryan, in the NFL’sShare TweetBig CBS exclusive yesterday: Mike Holmgren, who's going to be let go in Cleveland at the end of the season if not earlier, is going to be very picky about his next stop. But if there's an opening, he'd love to coach in Dallas. This according to "so…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 12, 2012Eagles coach Andy Ried still says Michael Vick is “our quarterback.” But not everyone in Philadelphia buys it. Nick Foles, the rookie who took the helm when Vick went down on Sunday against the Cowboys, may keep the job the rest of the season while thShare Tweet
Breaking Down the ‘Boys: Did the Cowboys really beat the Eagles with a balanced offense?Jonathan Bales is a special contributor to SportsDayDFW.com. He’s the founder of The DC Times and writes for DallasCowboys.com and the New York Times. He’s also the author ofShare Tweet
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones: Number of penalties is unacceptable; ‘Whatever we’re doing is not working’For the fourth time this season the Cowboys committed 13 penalties in a game. Oddly enough, the league’s second-most penalized team improved to 3-1 in those contests with a 38-23 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. It’s unrealistic to expeShare Tweet
Jerry Jones Spoke To Reporters In Front Of A Big Naked Cowboy Assdeadspin.com Nov 12, 2012Jerry Jones likes to do his media scrum in the middle of the Cowboys' locker room-That's why he was so furious last week when he was locked out. But things went better yesterday, both on the field (a 38-23 win in Philadelphia) and with the press. ExceptShare Tweet
Dallas Has A Crack Problemdeadspin.com Nov 12, 2012Fumble pileups in the NFL are usually the scene for football's ugliest moves; fortunately (or unfortunately) viewers are usually spared the worst of what happens after a ball hits the turf. Sometimes, though, it happens out in the open, as Cowboys safet…Share Tweet
Can The Cowboys Make The Playoffs?Nov 12Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith comment on the Cowboys' struggles and break down their remaining schedule to see if they can make the playoffs.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten: 'Everything we want is right in front of us'Nov 12Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten and quarterback Tony Romo talk with NFL Network's Ian Rapoport following Sunday's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
GameDay: Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles highlightsNov 12Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo throws for 209 yards and two touchdowns as the Cowboys bounce back and defeat the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-23, to move to 4-5.
Is this a turning point for Dallas Cowboys?Nov 12Did the Dallas Cowboys begin to turn their season around with a win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday afternoon? Our analysts explain how the Cowboys can build off this win.