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Playoff hopes all come down to one last game

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The Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants will meet one more time to close out the 2020 season. Both of these teams are in the midst of the playoff hunt, as the winner of the game will win the NFC East Division if the Washington Football Team loses against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football. The Giants lost the previous matchup earlier in the season against the Cowboys 37–34.

Cowboys Look to Build Upon 3 Game Winning Streak

The 2020 season for the Dallas Cowboys has been a constant struggle. Losing franchise QB Dak Prescott for the year while also having one of the worst defenses in the…


Week 16 Preview - Rematch Between Two Rivals

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A matchup between two teams with four and five wins in Week 16 wouldn’t be an exciting matchup in a normal NFL season. However, hope knows no bounds in the NFC East Division, as a potential playoff spot is on the line while the Eagles and Cowboys face off against each other one more time.

NFC East Division Update

A team without a name is currently at the top of the NFC East division, but Washington won’t have an easy matchup against the Carolina Panthers. …


49ers 33 - Cowboys 41

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The Dallas Cowboys kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 41–33 victory over the San Fransisco 49ers. The Seattle Seahawks also beat the Washington Football Team 20–15, as the Cowboys will need to win the remaining two games while Washington will need to lose out for the Cowboys to clinch the NFC East Division.

Cowboys Offense Steps Up

Dallas was without RB Ezekiel Elliott due to a calf injury. This was the first game Elliott has ever missed because of an injury, as RB Tony Pollard ran for 69 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries. …


Who's ready for Tuesday Night Football?

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The Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens look to keep their playoff hopes alive, as they battle each other on an unusual Tuesday night matchup.

Tonight’s game was initially scheduled for Thursday Night Football but had to be delayed due to a large number of Raven players testing positive for COVID-19 in the last few weeks.

Despite losing five of six games, the Cowboys still have a shot at winning the weak NFC East Division. …


The Cowboys will look to snap a four-game losing streak

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The Dallas Cowboys are fresh off a bye week, as they look to turn things around against a Minnesota Vikings team that's on a three-game winning streak. Andy Dalton will return to the starting lineup, as he missed the previous game against the Steelers due to a concussion.

Need to Establish the Run

The Cowboys will need RB Ezekiel Elliott to step up and play much better against the Vikings. Elliott has yet to crack 100 yards in a game this season, as he’s had seven 100-yard games in each of his three full seasons. …


The NFC East Division where anything is possible

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One of the bright spots of having a terrible record in the NFL is the promise of a high pick in next year’s draft. The Dallas Cowboys currently have the fourth pick in the 2021 draft, as they have a 2–7 record. However, their draft positioning can quickly change week to week.

One of the most unusual aspects of the 2020 season is that a Cowboys team with a 2–7 record is only a game and a half out of first place in the NFC East Division. …


The Cowboys face the only unbeaten team in the NFL

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The Dallas Cowboys face a difficult matchup against a Pittsburgh Steelers team that has yet to lose a game.

The Steelers have one of the most dominant defenses in the league, as the Cowboys offensive line will need to play much better if they hope to prevent this game from becoming a blowout.

While the Steelers have one of the best defenses, their offense is only ranked 25th in the NFL. …


Battle for first place in the NFC East

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The Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles face off against each other on Sunday Night Football. Rookie QB Ben DiNucci will make his first NFL start for the Cowboys, as Andy Dalton remains out with a concussion.

Ben DiNiccui is a seventh-round selection from James Madison, as no one expected him to receive any meaningful playing time for a Cowboys team hoping to make a deep run in the playoffs.

Keys to Victory - Cowboys Offensive Line

Plans often never go according to plan for America’s Team, as the Cowboys will hope their patchwork offensive line gives Diniccui enough time in the pocket to throw the ball…

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