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For many injured players listed as questionable, the questions evaporate when the plane leaves for the site of the game without him. For Browns cornerback Joe Haden, the question remains, because he made the trip to Dallas for Sunday’s game against thShare Tweet
Cowlishaw: Cowboys have talent … and depth needs at all skill positionsBy the time we get to next weekend, the Cowboys could be sitting on the high side of .500, riding a three-game winning streak and carrying playoff hopes that have advanced from remote to realistic in a surprisingly short span of time. But that’s not whaShare Tweet
Lineup Twist to Watch: How will the Cowboys fare without LE Kenyon Coleman?Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said the team suffered a “big loss” when defensive end Kenyon Coleman tore his left triceps last Sunday, ending his season in Week 10. Teammate Jason Hatcher said Coleman couldn’t be replaced. But the Cowboys will have toShare TweetThe continued shuffle on the Cowboys offensive line is likely to continue, as the Cowboys just added center Kevin Kowalski to the active roster, according to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. That’s probably a sign about the status of RyanShare TweetAfter resuscitating their season last Sunday with a victory over Philadelphia, the Cowboys return home to face Cleveland. The Browns are on their way to posting another poor record. But they have been competitive, losing by single-digit margins in games…Share Tweet
Matchup to Watch: Cowboys OLB DeMarcus Ware vs. Cleveland LT Joe ThomasJoe Thomas has been as good as advertised when he was a hot college prospect coming out of Wisconsin in 2007. Drafted by Cleveland with the third overall pick that year, the accomplished left tackle has since been invited to five Pro Bowls. This season,…Share Tweet