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    Getty The Dallas Cowboys face a big decision on Michael Gallup's future. All eyes will be on the Dallas Cowboys receiver group this offseason with key wideouts Michael Gallup and Cedrick Wilson among the team’s key free agents. The Cowboys will have plenty of competition if the team wishes to re-sign Gallup. Bleacher Report’s Chris Rolling sees the Bears and Jaguars as two of the top contenders to land Gallup. “It’s easy to forget about Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup,” Rolling detailed. “Gallup falls behind CeeDee Lamb, Amari Cooper and Ezekiel Elliott in terms of name recognition around Dak Prescott. Add in the fact he only played in five games through Week 12, and he just isn’t getting a ton of attention. “But Gallup, 25, still boasts a wicked blend of size and speed on the boundary that has helped him average 15.1 yards per catch for his career. Over his 2019 and 2020 seasons, he totaled 1,950 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns while averaging better than 14 yards per catch both times. And he...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Dezmon Jackson came up inches short on a desperate, fourth-down dive with 24 seconds and fifth-ranked Oklahoma State fell to ninth-ranked Baylor 21-16 in the Big 12 championship game Saturday, knocking the Cowboys out of contention for a playoff spot. Blake Shapen threw three TDs while completing his first 17 passes as Baylor (11-2, College Football Playoff No. 9) took a 21-3 lead. The Cowboys (11-2, CFP No. 5) rallied back, then went 89 yards on 17 plays on their final drive. But their Big 12 and national championship hopes came up just short. After having first-and-goal from 2 following a pass interference penalty, Jackson gained a yard and was held for no gain before an incomplete pass by Spencer Sanders. On fourth down from the 1, Jackson tried to sweep wide left, but with Jairon McVea in pursuit, he barely missed while trying to reach the pylon in the front left corner of the end zone. There would need to be some chaos, in form of an upset or two in other conference title...
    The Dallas Cowboys are in New Orleans for Thursday Night Football and one fan took it to the next level with a wild get-up to wear to the game. They’re a group that’s certainly experienced plenty of frustration over the years, but Dallas Cowboys fans are nothing if not dedicated to their team. Sometimes, they might be a big delusional, but they are always all-in on the franchise. So when the club headed down to New Orleans for Thursday Night Football to kick off Week 13, it was a given that fans would show up to support Dallas on the road. However, in true Bourbon Street fashion, at least one fan took it to the next level. Namely, this fan dressed in a full Cowboys-themed knight costume to go to the game in, which is just extreme dedication that you have to respect, no matter which NFL franchise you support. Cowboys have to win for this guy. You can’t let him walk through the streets of New Orleans like this after a Saints win pic.twitter.com/cvboEg7Bci — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December...
    Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill has been suspended for two games after he threw a punch at Las Vegas Raiders guard John Simpson following Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the suspension starts Thursday night as the Cowboys travel to face the New Orleans Saints. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Hill punched the helmet off Simpson, causing teammates and coaches to gather and get involved — even members like Maxx Crosby. Nov 25, 2021; Arlington, Texas, USA; Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (28) is tackled by Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill (72) in the first quarter at AT&T Stadium. (Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports) Hill’s suspensions add to the list of challenges the Cowboys are dealing with. OutKick reported Monday that the Cowboys‘ COVID-19 outbreak that sidelined starting right tackle Terence Steele, three offensive coaches, two strength coaches, had now reached head coach Mike McCarthy, too. Dan Quinn will serve as head coach. ARLINGTON, TEXAS - OCTOBER 20:  Trysten Hill #97 of the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on October 20, 2019...
    Getty Trysten Hill with Cowboys teammates. Lost in the shuffle of Thanksgiving Day festivities was the fact that Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill attacked Las Vegas Raiders offensive lineman John Simpson after their matchup. When the game was over and the teams were shaking hands, Hill threw a punch at Simpson’s head that knocked his helmet off. The two men had to be separated. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported after the incident that Hill was not going to be suspended but could get fined. However, the NFL has decided to change course. The league released a statement announcing that Hill will be suspended for two games without pay for violating unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct rules. Official announcement of Trysten Hill’s two-game suspension, with explanation: pic.twitter.com/3VSiDRHHKg — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 29, 2021 NFL Vice President of Football Operations Jon Runyan explained his ruling on the matter: In a letter to Hill, Runyan wrote: ‘After the Las Vegas Raiders-Dallas Cowboys game on November 25, you engaged in conduct that this office considers unnecessary roughness and displays a...
    The Cowboys COVID outbreak has claimed another victim, as head coach Mike McCarthy will not coach Thursday night’s game against the Saints. Nearly two years after COVID-19 began to spread, its spread is still rippling throughout the globe and throughout the NFL. Rather than a player being placed in COVID protocol it’s a coach. Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy will be absent form the team’s TNF game against the New Orleans Saints due to COVID quarantine measures. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1465346645147758592Mike McCarthy out for TNF amid Cowboys COVID outbreakAs seen with various players across the NFL, McCarthy will be expected to miss 10 days quarantining away from the team as he recovers from the virus. A Thursday night game gives McCarthy additional time to return, meaning that if the 10-day quarantine began from Nov. 29, he would be able to make the Cowboys’ Dec. 12 game against the Washington Football Team. McCarthy has spoken about how he made a “conscious decision” to receive the COVID vaccine after consultation with Cowboys’ medical personnel. Although McCarthy said he initially had reservations about...
    FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Mike McCarthy will not be on the sidelines for Thursday night’s game against the New Orleans Saints, due to testing positive for COVID-19, the team confirmed Monday morning, Nov. 29. The Cowboys announced Sunday, they were going virtual with meetings this week with COVID-19 infections on the rise again within the team. Schefter said a league source said up to eight positive cases on the Cowboys, including right tackle Terence Steele, Coach McCarthy confirmed Sunday. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith will miss their second consecutive games. Three more members of the staff are also out. They are strength and conditioning coordinator Harold Nash, assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko and offensive assistant Scott Tolzien.
    FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Mike McCarthy will not be on the sidelines for Thursday night’s game against the New Orleans Saints, due to testing positive for COVID-19, according to ESPN Senior NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Cowboys announced Sunday, they were going virtual with meetings this week with COVID-19 infections on the rise again within the team. READ MORE: Dylan Molina Charged With Intoxication Manslaughter In Death Off-Duty Euless Detective Alex Cervantes, Bond Set At $300KSchefter said a league source said up to eight positive cases on the Cowboys, including right tackle Terence Steele, Coach McCarthy confirmed Sunday. READ MORE: Little Elm High Students Back In School For 1st Time Since Walkout Got Out Of Hand 10 Days AgoOffensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith will miss their second consecutive games. Three more members of the staff are also out. MORE NEWS: 16 Units Damaged In 3-Alarm Apartment Fire In Fort WorthThey are strength and conditioning coordinator Harold Nash, assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko and offensive assistant Scott Tolzien.
    The greatest player in Oklahoma State football history Barry Sanders had an awesome message to Cowboys fans after the Pokes beat the arch rival Oklahoma Sooners in Bedlam. Oklahoma State football legend Barry Sanders shared his thoughts on the Cowboys beating Oklahoma in Bedlam on Saturday night. Despite being one of the most celebrated rivalries in college football, the Bedlam Series is grossly lopsided in Oklahoma’s favor. While the Pokes rarely win in Bedlam, Mike Gundy’s team got the job done in dramatic fashion, beating the Sooners in Stillwater, 37-33. This win knocks Oklahoma out of the College Football Playoff picture, as well as gets the Cowboys one game closer to making it. Here is what the Heisman Trophy-winning running back had to say about his alma mater getting its biggest victory of the season over Oklahoma in Bedlam. What a win for @CowboyFB @CoachGundy and the team – but most of all for the fans – #BEDLAM2021 — Barry Sanders (@BarrySanders) November 28, 2021 Oklahoma State football legend Barry Sanders’ message after win in Bedlam Sanders is so proud of his alma mater....
    Getty Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is expected to return versus Saints. The Dallas Cowboys expect CeeDee Lamb back for their Week 13 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. Lamb missed the Cowboys’ Week 12 clash versus the Las Vegas Raiders after not clearing concussion protocol. However, as the Cowboys prepare for another Thursday night game, Lamb is receiving an early clearance, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “Cowboys’ WR CeeDee Lamb, who missed Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game because of a concussion, is expected back for Dallas’ Thursday night game against the Saints, per source.” Lamb initially entered the league’s concussion protocol after hitting his head on the field in Week 11 against the Kansas City Chiefs. He exited during the second quarter and hasn’t played since. The Thanksgiving clash versus the Raiders was Lamb’s first NFL game missed after playing in his first 26 career games. The 22-year-old Lamb has emerged as the Cowboys’ top option in the receiving game. The second-year wide receiver has 50 receptions for 740 yards and six touchdowns. The next-closest receiver is Amari Cooper...
    Take a listen to the Oklahoma State radio call of Collin Oliver’s game-winning sack against Oklahoma on Saturday. The Oklahoma State Cowboys had not defeated the Oklahoma Sooners in the Bedlam Series since 2014. That all changed on Saturday, despite the plethora of tense moments, as the Cowboys won 37-33. Collin Oliver sealed the victory with a clutch fourth-down sack on Sooners quarterback Caleb Williams in the closing seconds of regulation. Cowboys fans heard the call on the ABC national broadcast. Here is how the sack was called by the Oklahoma State radio team. As called on Oklahoma State radio: pic.twitter.com/ucJdGDZQG0 — Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 28, 2021 Oklahoma State radio call of game-winning sack will pump up Cowboys fans Is there a way for Cowboys fans to get even more pumped up after listening to the home radio call? Well, how about after they take a listen to the dejection coming from Oklahoma Sooners radio. As called on Oklahoma Sooners radio: pic.twitter.com/bASN60c5Cv — Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 28, 2021 The Cowboys and Sooners fought tooth and nail in...
    DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The family of a man who traveled from Canada to see the Cowboys play on Thanksgiving is extremely concerned after the 29-year-old father, Aaron Tschritter never made it to the game. Aaron Tschritter (courtesy: handout via Facebook) READ MORE: Dallas Police Ask Public For Help Finding Deadly Hit-And-Run SuspectsNot only did Tschritter not attend the game, his family said no one has seen or heard from him since Nov.25 when he left the Vinty Club in Deep Ellum at 3 a.m. Tschritter is 5’10” tall with short brown hair and hazel eyes. He has a birthmark on his forearm. According to social media posts, calls to Tschritter’s phone go straight to voicemail. His family has checked credit card statements and called at least ten area hospitals in hopes of finding him. READ MORE: Euless Police Detective Killed By Intoxicated Driver In Lake WorthWhat’s especially concerning, according to Tschritter’s loved ones is the fact that he hasn’t contacted any of them. They said that’s “incredibly unlike him” and have therefore filed a missing persons report...
    Getty A pair of Dallas Cowboys wide receivers celebrating after a huge play on the football field. One thing is clear so far this season for the New York Jets, they aren’t quite there yet. Of course that is putting things lightly in the middle of a 2-8 campaign, but I digress. With a bevy of 2022 draft selections and ample cap space, Gang Green will have a chance to flip the script this offseason. One analyst thinks they should make a bold move on offense to surround Zach Wilson with as much talent as possible. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! It’s Time to Go All in Baby ???? New Badlands! ????@ConnorJRogers and I preview #Jets vx Texans and discuss why we think they kind of have to win this game…https://t.co/S49YkJsVB9 pic.twitter.com/YhmnkvZYF8 — Joe Caporoso (@JCaporoso) November 24, 2021 On Saturday morning Jets analyst, co-host of Badlands Joe Caporoso said in response to a Twitter question that the green and white “should...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Ezekiel Elliott’s health is a concern, Dak Prescott’s accuracy is off at times, and the Dallas offense has sputtered to the point that the Cowboys haven’t held a lead at all in their three losses in a four-game stretch. So forget for a moment about a franchise-record 166 penalty yards, fueled mostly by cornerback Anthony Brown’s staggering four pass-interference fouls, the last costing the Cowboys the game in a 36-33 overtime loss to Las Vegas on Thanksgiving. “We need to learn to win those games ugly,” coach Mike McCarthy said Friday. “Winning ugly is very important, particularly in this part of the season. Throughout the league, it’s attrition time. This is where you have to do the little things, particularly in the fourth quarter, and in game situations to bring home the victory.” The first and second quarters have put the Cowboys (7-4) in difficult spots lately. All three of the losses in the four-game stretch were to AFC West teams, and Dallas trailed by double digits before halftime in each one. “We’ve got to start...
    Getty Trysten Hill attempting to tackle Josh Jacobs. The Thanksgiving Day game between the Las Vegas Raiders and the Dallas Cowboys ended up being a chippy affair. There was a sizable brawl in the third quarter that Kelvin Joseph and Roderic Teamer started that led to both players being ejected. However, there was another notable scuffle that most fans missed. After the game was over and the two teams were shaking hands, Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill was upset about something and took a swing at Raiders offensive lineman John Simpson. Oooooooh I Didn’t Know This Happened At The End Of The Game.???????????????????????????????????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/IZhbP6uNxT — JESSE (With No “i”) (@Mr4thAndLong) November 26, 2021 It’s unclear what prompted Hill to go after Simpson. It could’ve been due to frustration from the game as the two certainly battled throughout. The NFL doesn’t want players starting fights ever, especially when a game is already over. However, they are going to go easy on Hill. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the defensive lineman won’t be getting suspended, but a fine is...
    Getty Jerry and Stephen Jones with Mark Davis. From a penalty standpoint, the matchup between the Las Vegas Raiders and Dallas Cowboys was one of the ugliest games of the year. There were a total of 28 penalties called in the game – 14 by each team. Penalties were a major factor at each stage of the game, including in overtime when Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown was called for pass interference that put the Raiders in field goal range. The team ended up hitting the game-winning field goal on that drive. It was certainly a game where the referees inserted themselves as a major factor regarding the final outcome. Despite the fact that each team was penalized 14 times, the Cowboys were quick to blame officiating for the 36-33 loss. Dallas owner Jerry Jones came out immediately after the game and called out the referees. “This will arguably be the most-watched game other than the Super Bowl,” Jones said, via Jon Machota. “I hate that it got down to just throwing the ball up and getting the penalties...
    Sep 22, 2019; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott (21) runs with the ball in the first quarter against Miami Dolphins defensive end Taco Charlton (96) at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports The Dallas Cowboys clearly have something in running back Tony Pollard. Here are three hypothetical trade destinations for Ezekiel Elliott if they were to plan on moving him. The Dallas Cowboys participated in a thrilling Thanksgiving Day game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Even though they forced overtime, it was the Raiders who left AT&T Stadium with the 36-33 victory. If there was one thing to take away from the game, it is that the Cowboys truly have something special in running back Tony Pollard. Not only did he pick up 68 yards from scrimmage in the game, but he also returned a kick 100-yards for a touchdown. That leaves some questions as to what the Cowboys should do at the position. Could trading Ezekiel Elliott ahead of the 2022 season be an answer? If that is the case, here are three...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Dallas Cowboys receiver CeeDee Lamb is out against the Las Vegas Raiders on Thanksgiving with a concussion, and left tackle Tyron Smith is returning after missing three games with an ankle injury. Lamb practiced the day before Thursday’s game in an effort to get cleared to play, but the clearance didn’t come. The second-year player sustained the concussion just before halftime in Sunday’s 19-9 loss to Kansas City. The absence of Lamb leaves the Cowboys without their top two receivers. Amari Cooper is missing his second consecutive game after testing positive for COVID-19. Cooper isn’t vaccinated, and the short week after the loss to the Chiefs cost him the second game because of the NFL’s protocols. Smith hurt the ankle in a victory over Minnesota on Oct. 31, and the Cowboys lost twice without him in the two worst offensive performances of the season for Dallas. Las Vegas left guard John Simpson is active after being listed as questionable with an oblique injury, and running back Jalen Richard (ribs) was cleared for a full practice...
    The Dallas Cowboys will be without two assistant-level coaches when they play the Raiders on Thanksgiving Thursday. Just hours before their big afternoon matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders, the Dallas Cowboys were informed that they would have to proceed without two of their assistant coaches. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith both tested positive for COVID-19 on Thanksgiving morning and have been separated from the team. The Cowboys are already devastated by injuries, including receiver CeeDee Lamb who will be out for Thanksgiving with a concussion. Fellow receiver Amari Cooper is also inactive, missing time for his COVID-19 diagnosis last week. Without Joe Philbin, the offensive line coaching duties will be delegated to the assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko. Dallas Cowboys Offensive Line Coach Joe Philbin and Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Kendall Smith are in COVID protocol and will not be at today’s game. Philbin’s role will be assumed by Assistant Offensive Line Coach Jeff Blasko. — Dallas Cowboys Public Relations (@DallasCowboysPR) November 25, 2021 The Cowboys cannot let COVID-19 keep...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Dallas Cowboys offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant strength and conditioning coach Kendall Smith are in COVID-19 protocols and will miss the Thanksgiving game against the Las Vegas Raiders. The Cowboys will be missing a coach for the second time in three games because of health and safety protocols. Running backs coach Skip Peete missed the previous home game against Atlanta. Kicker Greg Zuerlein also was sidelined against the Falcons. The Cowboys had several COVID-19 issues during the preseason and the first few weeks of the regular season. Assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko is filling in for Philbin, the former Miami coach, on Thursday. The Cowboys play Thursday again next week at New Orleans. ___ More AP NFL coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    The Thanksgiving showdown with the Las Vegas Raiders just got a bit more difficult for the Dallas Cowboys, as CeeDee Lamb won’t be able to suit up.  While Dallas Cowboys fans were hoping that CeeDee Lamb would be able to clear the concussion protocol and suit up on Thursday, that’s not going to be the case. Lamb injured himself in the loss to the Chiefs last weekend, suffering a concussion on a Dak Prescott interception. According to NFL insider Jay Glazer, Lamb has indeed been ruled out for the Week 12 showdown with Las Vegas. With Amari Cooper also sidelined due to COVID protocols, Prescott will be without his top two weapons. Wow @JayGlazer just reported no CeeDee Lamb today for the #Cowboys as they host the #Raiders @RNR920AM — JT The Brick (@JTTheBrick) November 25, 2021 CeeDee Lamb concussion has him ruled out for Week 12 With both Cooper and Lamb out of the action, Michael Gallup will become the No. 1 option for Prescott going up against the Raiders. Cedric Wilson also figures to see more passes thrown...
    Getty The Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb will not play on Thanksgiving. The Dallas Cowboys have made the final call on wide receiver CeeDee Lamb versus the Las Vegas Raiders. According to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, the Cowboys have ruled out Lamb for their Thanksgiving game after he wasn’t cleared out of the concussion protocol. According to @JayGlazer, #Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb did not pass the NFL's concussion protocol and is OUT today vs the Raiders. pic.twitter.com/bg475ePkdS — FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) November 25, 2021 Lamb had been listed as “questionable” heading into Thursday’s game. There was even optimism he could still suit up despite the short week. Via Jon Machota of The Athletic: “Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said on @1053thefan that CeeDee Lamb (concussion protocol) is ‘doing really well’ and will have an opportunity to play Thursday. ‘If he were having issues today then you’d probably be a little leery.’ But they’re optimistic because he’s feeling well today.” Lamb has emerged as the Cowboys’ top receiving weapon in just his second season. The 22-year-old leads all Dallas receivers with...
    KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI – NOVEMBER 21: Frank Clark #55 of the Kansas City Chiefs strips the ball from Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys in the first quarter during the game at Arrowhead Stadium on November 21, 2021 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images) The Cowboys are a wounded team heading into their Week 12 matchup against the Raiders. Here are five bold predictions on how the game will go for Dallas. Many fans believed the Cowboys would engage in an entertaining shootout last Sunday against the Chiefs. Instead, Dak Prescott was sacked five times and the Dallas offense only mustered nine points against Kansas City. Getting the aerial attack back on track will be a massive priority for head coach Mike McCarthy against the Raiders on Thanksgiving Day. Fortunately for the Cowboys, Las Vegas’ defense comes into this game giving up 26.2 points per contest. The Raiders have some talent up front, but their secondary will be overmatched against Dallas’ deep group of talented wide receivers. That should give Prescott a strong chance to get...
    Darren Waller, Las Vegas Raiders. (Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) The Las Vegas Raiders have come crashing back to earth after suffering three straight losses. Even though the Las Vegas Raiders have cratered back to .500 after three straight losses, the Silver and Black have to pick up the pieces fast because they are playing the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day. At one point in the year, the Raiders were 5-2 and looking very much like a playoff team. However, they have struggled of late with Rich Bisaccia serving as the interim head coach. Though they had a shot to stop the bleeding when the Cincinnati Bengals came to town, Joe Burrow and company had no issues carving up a bewildered Raiders defense. Las Vegas has to win on Thursday or else. Here are five predictions on the Raiders’ side of things for when they take on the Cowboys.Las Vegas Raiders: 5 bold predictions vs. Dallas Cowboys in Week 125. Darren Waller will break century mark in receiving for second straight weekIf the Raiders want to pull off the big road...
    Getty Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Cowboys defender Micah Parsons. When the Kansas City Chiefs faced the Dallas Cowboys in Week 11, it was hard to miss No. 11 on the Cowboys when Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense were on the field. No. 11 — rookie first-round pick Micah Parsons — had one of the best games of his young career against a Kansas City squad that is slowly finding their footing offensively. He recorded two sacks — one of which was a strip-sack — and two tackles for loss against the Chiefs. Parsons was one of the lone bright spots for a Cowboys team that struggled during their second loss in three games. Micah Parsons hunts down Patrick Mahomes as he scrambles outside the pocket and gets a strip sack, which is recovered by Dallas. #Cowboys gets the football with a 1:32 left in the half. pic.twitter.com/Ia4CM2rL4y — Devon Clements (@DevclemNFL) November 21, 2021 Despite feasting on him during the game, Parsons found Mahomes after the game and asked for a special request, one...
    ESPN college football host Rece Davis said that there is hope for the Oklahoma Sooners following the latest College Football Playoff rankings. In the Week 13 edition of the College Football Playoff rankings, there were risers and sinkers. With the Oregon Ducks and Wake Forest Demon Deacons each losing their second games of the season, that allowed teams to climb. One of them was the Oklahoma Sooners, who jumped from No. 13 to No. 10. ESPN college football host Rece Davis provided a message of optimism for the Sooners, saying that beating the Oklahoma State Cowboys twice could help them in the quality wins column. ???? @ReceDavis on @OU_Football being ranked #10 in the #CFBPlayoff Top 25 pic.twitter.com/XVHzUlip53 — ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) November 24, 2021 Rece Davis provides hopeful message for Oklahoma Sooners The Sooners are scheduled to take on the Cowboys this Saturday in the Bedlam Series rivalry game. Oklahoma State has already clinched a spot in the Big 12 championship game following their 23-0 win over the Texas Tech Red Raiders. The Sooners can face the Cowboys in...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe had more than Thursday afternoon’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders on his mind Tuesday, Nov. 23. The first-year Cowboy gave back to his community in the form of providing 79 local families (79 is his jersey number) everything they need for their Thanksgiving dinners. Nsekhe gave out free turkeys and side dishes for families in need outside his new Headquarters Dallas nightclub. Each family received a full Thanksgiving feast including a 17-pound turkey, stuffing, corn, macaroni & cheese, muffin mix, cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes, all pre-bagged to prepare at home on Thanksgiving. “I wanted to make sure these families didn’t have to worry about how they were going to feed their kids this Thanksgiving,” said Nsekhe. “It was really great to meet the families today and give back to the community I grew up in and play football for now.” Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe posed for pictures with families as they picked up their turkeys at his Thanksgiving Giveaway Tuesday at Headquarters Dallas. (credit: Ty Nsekhe Foundation)...
    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is growing increasingly upset with Amari Cooper missing time due to being unvaccinated.  For the Dallas Cowboys, the absence of Amari Cooper really hurt them on Sunday going up against the Kansas City Chiefs. Dallas’ offense couldn’t get anything going in the 19-9 loss to the Chiefs, with CeeDee Lamb’s concussion only making things worse. With Cooper, he missed the contest due to testing positive for COVID-19. Because he’s unvaccinated, that means he’s also set to miss the Thanksgiving showdown as well against the Las Vegas Raiders. If you ask Jerry Jones about things, he’s not happy about this whatsoever. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones also expressed frustration with Amari Cooper not being vaxxed on @1053thefan: "It is a we thing when you walk into the locker room. You cant win individually. This is the classic case of how it can impact a team. And this popped us. This did pop us." — Clarence Hill Jr (@clarencehilljr) November 23, 2021 Jerry Jones made it clear he’s upset with Amari Cooper over not getting the COVID vaccine...
    Getty Dak Prescott is standing by Amari Cooper. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott backed teammate Amari Cooper as the receiver is sidelined for at least two games after testing positive for COVID-19. As an unvaccinated player, Cooper faces more stringent guidelines to return to the field, but Prescott expressed unwavering support for the Cowboys star receiver. After the Cowboys’ loss to the Chiefs, Prescott referred to Cooper as “my teammate…my brother” when asked for his response to Cooper missing games. “Yeah, it’s unfortunate not having him [Cooper] but to [criticize] the decision he made, I mean, me [being] vaccinated I can get it and be out two games,” Prescott said of Cooper’s absence. “So, let’s not try to knock the guy or put the guy down for a personal decision. …I pretty much would [be out], I don’t know if there’s anybody that comes back under 10 days, honestly. So, you give me that stat, and you give me the number of people that have flashed back vaccinated or unvaccinated faster than that time and test it...
    Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper did not play in the Cowboys’ (7-3) 19-9 loss to the Chiefs (7-4) on Sunday, sidelined after testing positive for COVID-19 on Friday. Without its star receiver, the Dallas offense was a mess. That mess then grew worse when receiver CeeDee Lamb suffered a concussion in the second quarter. Quarterback Dak Prescott was left alone to attempt to defeat Kansas City with a depleted offense. It did not go well. Prescott played his worst game of the season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott throws during the first half of an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, in Kansas City, Mo.  (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) Cooper, who is unvaccinated, will also be out for the Cowboys’ Thanksgiving showdown with the Raiders. Per the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols, unvaccinated players must isolate for at least 10 days before returning to their team. Prescott showed support for his teammate after the game. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) is sacked by Kansas City Chiefs defensive...
    Mike McCarthy’s coaching decisions in the Dallas Cowboys’ loss to the Kansas City Chiefs had fans pulling out their hair. The Dallas Cowboys hoped to make a statement against the Chiefs after a blowout victory over the Falcons. The statement they made was just the wrong sort. Dak Prescott and company fell 19-9 in an ugly game dominated by the defenses. They’re 7-3 with losses in two of their last three games. Of course, that means the finger-pointing is out in full force. After Sunday’s game, head coach Mike McCarthy got his share of the blame for his game management.Mike McCarthy’s game management is driving Cowboys fans up a wallIn particular, fans were extremely not impressed with his timeout strategy. Mike McCarthy blaming only 3 first half points on the crowd noise and the wind is so Mike McCarthy — Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) November 21, 2021 Mike McCarthy is living his truth and I wish you’d just let him keep his precious collection of time out ghosts — BUM CHILLUPS AKA SPENCER HALL (@edsbs) November 21, 2021 Sometimes...
    Getty Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Daurice Fountain will get an opportunity in Week 11. The Kansas City Chiefs are prepping for a key home game against the Dallas Cowboys at 3:25 p.m. CST tomorrow (Nov. 21) — a little less than 24 hours from now. As the coaching staff crosses some Ts and dots some Is, the front office is still making its last-minute personnel moves. According to Herbie Teope of The KC Star, “[the] Chiefs are activating RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire from [the] injured reserve and elevating WR Daurice Fountain from [the] practice squad to the 53-player roster.” Chiefs are activating RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire from injured reserve and elevating WR Daurice Fountain from practice squad to the 53-player roster, per sources. CEH makes his return for first action since Week 5, while Fountain offers depth with Marcus Kemp on COVID list. — Herbie Teope (@HerbieTeope) November 20, 2021 ALL the latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Chiefs! Fountain Gets Opportunity With Marcus Kemp SidelinedAfter news...
    ARLINGTON, TEXAS – NOVEMBER 14: Trevon Diggs #7 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates after intercepting the ball against the Atlanta Falcons during the third quarter at AT&T Stadium on November 14, 2021 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) The Cowboys take on the Chiefs in one of Week 11’s biggest matchups. Here are five bold predictions on how Dallas will prevail over Kansas City.  It’s hard to beat a team by 40 points in the NFL but that’s just what the Cowboys did in their 43-3 romp over the Falcons last week. The level of competition takes a big step up for Dallas this week as they travel to Arrowhead to take on the Chiefs. The game will be billed by most media members as a high-profile shootout between Dak Prescott and Patrick Mahomes. That is an oversimplification of the game, but it’s also fair to say that the signal-caller who plays best will get their respective team a massive advantage on Sunday afternoon. Expect both quarterbacks to play well which will put pressure on each team’s supporting...
    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire. (Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports) The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off their best game of the season but they won’t prove they’re “back” without showing up vs. the Cowboys. Just a few weeks ago, the Cowboys might have been licking their chops at the prospect of playing the Chiefs given Patrick Mahomes’ struggles and their vulnerable defense. Now, Kansas City looks ready to face off with the Cowboys in a battle of Super Bowl hopefuls. The turnaround for Andy Reid and company won’t be complete unless they give Dallas a game. Can they do it?5 bold predictions for Chiefs vs. CowboysClyde Edwards-Helaire will gain 100 yardsAndy Reid had good news to share for Chiefs fans and the KC running game this week. Clyde Edwards-Helaire has a “pretty good chance” to play against the Cowboys. The running back has been out with an MCL sprain since Week 5 against the Bills. In the two games before that injury, CEH rushed for 100 yards. He also found the endzone in the...
    Getty Cowboys QB Dak Prescott handing off to RB Ezekiel Elliott Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was not happy with himself after committing his first fumble in nearly a full calendar year during Sunday’s demolishing of the Atlanta Falcons. “That’s something I’ve been doing well on this year,” Elliott said in the wake of the 43-3 victory, via the official team website. “Definitely gotta lock back in on my ball security. Their defense came out, they played good against the run. A lot of movement, they were pretty disruptive. We went out there and hit our plays.” Facing a 2nd-and-3 midway through the third quarter, Elliott took a carry roughly seven yards before coughing it up to Atlanta. That had not happened in 244 touches, spanning back to last Thanksgiving, per ESPN’s Todd Archer. Elliott — who worked to correct his hands over the offseason after losing a career-high five fumbles in 2020 — finished the game with a team-leading 14 rushes for 41 yards and two touchdowns, adding 15 receiving yards on three catches. Both of...
    The Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys are getting set for their annual rivalry meeting. Here’s when Bedlam will take place this season. The Oklahoma Sooners are reeling from their loss to the Baylor Bears and now they’re trying to recover some momentum following the loss in Waco. One key game that could help their cause is a rivalry game they tend to win: Bedlam. But the Oklahoma State Cowboys are in the midst of a pretty solid season of their own. With a 9-1 record of their own, the Cowboys are having a season that looks very similar to Oklahoma’s. There’s a good chance that, with Bedlam happening in Stillwater this season, the Cowboys can get their fifth win against Oklahoma since 2000. ???? Kick times and TV networks for #Big12FB on 11/27 Texas Tech at Baylor, 11am CT on FS1West Virginia at Kansas, 6pm CT/ 7pm ET on FS1Oklahoma at Oklahoma State, 6:30pm CT on ABC pic.twitter.com/Jr1d6TGYhb — Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) November 15, 2021 Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State: What channel will Bedlam be broadcast on? Monday,...
    Champion Christian College vs. McNeese State (0-2) Burton Coliseum, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Monday, 7:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: The McNeese State Cowboys are set to battle the Tigers of Champion Christian College. McNeese State lost 77-61 to TCU in its most recent game. TEAM LEADERSHIP: TJ Moss has averaged 12.5 points and two steals for the Cowboys, while Brendan Medley-Bacon has recorded 10.5 points and 5.5 rebounds per game.BRILLIANT BRAYLON: Braylon Hawkins has connected on 35.7 percent of the 14 3-pointers he’s attempted. He’s also made 40 percent of his free throws this season. LAST YEAR: These teams matched up on two occasions during the 2020-21 season, with McNeese State sweeping the series. DID YOU KNOW: McNeese State went 0-2 overall when playing against out-of-conference competition last season. The Cowboys offense scored 60 points per matchup in those two contests. ___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 ___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written...
    Nothing is possible this season in the NFL. Thursday’s game between the Ravens and the Dolphins showed it again. So while most predictions are unanimous, it now seems certain that some teams will beat expectations. Can they be patriots who will continue their advance against the Browns? After all, in terms of hurting chargers, who are the Vikings? Or the Seahawks, who can buy bakers when Russell Wilson returns? In stages, it is tight. Raphael Masmagin (90), Alain Matteo (90) and Raul Villaroy (90) lead the way. Victor Roulier (86), Lucas Vola (84) and Gregory Richard (83) are following. Predict, friends can join the TDActu League in Pronos. Predictions of the Podcast Group Week 10 Residence Out Alain Raul Gregory Raphael Lucas Victor 1 Dolphins Crows Crows Crows Crows Crows Crows Crows 2 Jet planes Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills Bills 3 Washington Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers Buccaneers 4 Cowboys Hawks Cowboys Cowboys...
    Getty Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott Stop me if you have heard this before: Ezekiel Elliott is overpaid. That dead horse continues being beaten to an unrecognizable pulp, and the latest lashing comes courtesy of Bleacher Report, which scrutinized Elliott’s contract — six years, $90 million — as the Dallas Cowboys‘ worst of the 2021 season. “For the most part, the Dallas Cowboys have invested wisely in quarterback Dak Prescott, left tackle Tyron Smith, guard Zack Martin and wide receiver Amari Cooper,” BR columnist Brent Sobleski wrote on Friday, November 12. “For a while, Jerry Jones threw money around left and right to keep the team’s core together. In doing so, the Cowboys owner made Elliott the game’s highest-paid running back.” Sobleski added, wondering aloud: “Elliott is good. But is any running back worth $15 million annually based on the position’s value around the league?” The latest Dallas Cowboys news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cowboys newsletter here! Sign up for the Heavy on Cowboys Newsletter! By The NumbersElliott is in year three of his...
    Getty Cowboys owner Jerry Jones On Tuesday, Jerry Jones identified “overconfidence” as the culprit behind his Dallas Cowboys‘ embarrassing Week 9 home loss to the Denver Broncos. On Friday, during a radio interview with 105.3 The Fan, the reeling owner/general manager again referenced the “O-word” — this time, vowing on his behalf of his team to avoid an encore letdown at AT&T Stadium. “This is a challenge. And this is going to be a significant game for us. But, I can tell you one thing, you won’t have any overconfident people come into that stadium with the team and the coaches. We’ve had that cheese,” Jones said of Sunday’s matchup against the Atlanta Falcons. The latest Dallas Cowboys news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cowboys newsletter here! Sign up for the Heavy on Cowboys Newsletter! Message Sent, Message ReceivedFrom Jerry’s lips to the “flat” and “lackadaisical” Cowboys’ ears, the point seemingly has been made. Such is life after the squad entered the Broncos matchup as 10-point favorites and left 14-point losers, snapping a six-game...
    Getty Cowboys DE Randy Gregory First, Michael Gallup. Then, Dak Prescott. Now, Randy Gregory. Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy announced Thursday the veteran defensive end will miss “multiple weeks” after suffering a calf strain during the one-on-one segment of Wednesday’s practice. Per Rob Phillips of the official team website, the veteran defensive end has since been placed on short-term injured reserve. He’s now slated to miss the Cowboys’ next three games — vs. Atlanta, at Kansas City, vs. Las Vegas — before his activation window is eligible to open. “It’s unfortunate,” McCarthy said Thursday, via USA Today’s Jori Epstein. “You could clearly make the argument he’s one of our best players on defense. Yeah, very disruptive. Our team and our defensive players feed off his activity. “Definitely feel for him. He’s having a heck of a year.” Returning as a full-time starter in 2021, Gregory was in the midst of a career year, posting five sacks, 12 quarterback hits, and two forced fumbles across seven appearances and 284 defensive snaps. The long-embattled pro currently ranks as Pro...
    ARLINGTON, TEXAS – NOVEMBER 07: Head coach Mike McCarthy of the Dallas Cowboys argues a touchdown call during the second half against the Denver Broncos at AT&T Stadium on November 07, 2021 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) The Cowboys were embarrassed in their ugly Week 9 defeat to the Broncos. Here are five bold predictions on how they’ll bounce back vs. the Falcons.  It’s hard to call last week’s defeat to Denver anything other than a disaster from the Dallas perspective. Mike McCarthy’s team had more than enough talent to win the game comfortably at home, but the squad got punched in the mouth by a highly-motivated Broncos team. Now the challenge for McCarthy and his staff will be to avoid pushing the panic button this week. The Falcons roll into town this Sunday coming off an exciting win against the Saints. Matt Ryan isn’t the most dynamic quarterback in football, but he can still sling the ball at a high level when he’s given time to throw. Anything less than a win will be a huge...
    Getty Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein is unlikely to play in Week 10 against the Atlanta Falcons after it was announced Tuesday that he’s being placed on the Reserve-COVID-19 list, forcing the Dallas Cowboys to scramble for his replacement. The Dallas Morning News’ Michael Gehlken reports the Cowboys will conduct an open kicker audition on Wednesday that “likely will determine its kicker this Sunday vs. Falcons.” Gehlken did not specify which free agents would take part in the workout, but the official team website speculated the Cowboys could look to first-year pro Lirim Hajrullahu, who spent part of the preseason on its roster and the start of the regular season on its practice squad. Zuerlein, 33, has converted 14 of 18 field goals and 21-of-23 extra points across eight appearances this season, largely reliable following a shaky Week 1 outing in which he missed two FG tries and one XP attempt. It’s unclear as of this writing whether Zuerlein tested positive for the coronavirus or came in close contact with an infected individual. If vaccinated, the...
    FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott won’t be repeating the remarkable run from their rookie seasons with the Dallas Cowboys five years ago. The star quarterback and running back got more than halfway there with six consecutive victories following a loss in the opener before a jarring end to the streak in a 30-16 loss to the Denver Broncos. The top seed in the NFC, which Dallas earned in 2016 after 11 straight wins behind Prescott and Elliott following the opener, is still in play. The Cowboys just have to forget a humbling day when they trailed 30-0 as double-digit favorites. “I know the makeup of the players, I know the makeup of the staff, they’ll respond the way that we’d hope they would respond,” owner and general manager Jerry Jones said. “We’ve seen our team play a lot better than that.” NFC-leading Arizona (7-1) is the only team with fewer losses than the Cowboys (6-2) after Green Bay and the Los Angeles Rams both dropped to 7-2 on Sunday. Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay (6-2),...
    After a bizarre week in the NFL, and with the season halfway complete, the Week 10 odds will be intriguing to pay attention to. Week 9 was arguably the strangest of the 2021 NFL season thus far. With several underdogs winning outright, the odds and betting lines for Week 10 should be interesting. Let’s take a look at the odds for each game, courtesy of WynnBet.What are the odds for each game of Week 10?Thursday, November 11th, 8:20 p.m. ESTBaltimore Ravens (-7.5) at Miami Dolphins, O/U 47.5Sunday, November 14th, 1:00 p.m. ESTAtlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys (-9), O/U 52 Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots (-2.5), O/U 44.5 Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts (-10.5), O/U 48 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-10) at Washington Football Team, O/U 52 Buffalo Bills (-13) at New York Jets, O/U 48 Detroit Lions at Pittsburgh Steelers (-9), O/U 43.5Sunday, November 14th, 4:15 p.m. ESTMinnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Chargers (-2.5), O/U 52 Carolina Panthers at Arizona Cardinals (-10), O/U 44.5 Philadelphia Eagles at Denver Broncos (-2.5), O/U 45 Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers (-5.5), O/U...
    Musicians who were influenced by Bruce Springsteen 5 of the Easiest Herbs to Grow Indoors Week 9 in the NFL was a wild one with a slew of big upsets. Several upstarts shocked some strong favorites at midseason. That led to a big shakeup in this week's Sporting News' NFL power rankings. From the top, the new No. 1 team is the former No. 1 team. Half of the first-place teams lost on Sunday. While the bottom overall  team was off, a few other cellar dwellers surprised. Here's trying to make sense of the wackiness that happened. Here's how SN sees all the teams stacking up against each other, 1-32, going into Week 10: MORE: Who's the new AFC favorite after Bills, Raiders' shocking Week 9 losses? © Provided by Sporting News Kyler-Murray-092121-Getty-FTR NFL power rankings 1. Arizona Cardinals 8-1 (previous ranking: 2) The Cardinals proved their completeness as a team by ripping the 49ers without Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins. They pivoted their offense to a rushing force with Colt McCoy and backed it up with more active, aggressive defense. They keep...
    NFL Twitter went off on the Los Angeles Rams for a miserable first-half showing against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday Night Football. The scriptwriters for the NFL decided that Week 9 was going to flip all the narratives on their head. The teams that had looked the strongest going into the week all ended up being humbled in one way or another. The Cowboys got blown out by the Broncos. The Bills lost to the Jaguars. The Saints and Raiders lost to the Falcons and Giants. Considering all that had happened earlier in the day, what went down in the first half of Sunday Night Football made a lot more sense. The Rams, one of the hottest teams in the league, got smacked around by the Titans, who forced Matthew Stafford into critical turnovers and took a 21-6 lead into halftime. NFL Twitter gave the Rams a beating for falling behind to the TitansSocial media had all sorts of comments about Los Angeles getting smoked on their home field. The NFL is so weird. Who the hell are the good...
    Next1 of 2Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse As the Dallas Cowboys collapse against the Denver Broncos, who should take the blame for this lopsided loss? Well, where do we start? The Denver Broncos entered the season with mild expectations and seemed like a team that would have a fairly decent season, but they didn’t appear to be the type of team that could crush a potential Super Bowl contender. The Dallas Cowboys were starting to look like a team that could be a potential championship bunch, but they didn’t look that way Sunday as they lost to the Broncos. Dallas may have only lost by a couple touchdowns as the final score ended up being 30-16, but this game felt considerably more lopsided than the final score will ever show. So, who should be blamed for this mess?3 Dallas Cowboys who should receive some blame for falling short against the Denver Broncos3. Mike McCarthyIt’s generally acceptable to place blame on any head coach after any loss, but Mike McCarthy definitely deserves a share of the blame for...