The Cowboys entered the final game of the past two seasons with a chance to win the NFC East, only to fall to the team that took the crown. This season, the Cowboys are headed for a similar confrontation with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Tony Romo played a key role in leading the Cowboys to back-to-back wins over the Giants and the Raiders.
The Giants have certainly been playing better football in recent weeks since they have won five of their last six games following an 0-6 start.
The Seahawks have had the upper hand this season since they defeated the Niners in Seattle earlier in the season, but the Niners will get their chance to make a statement at home.
Cam Newton has certainly stepped it up this year as he appears to have grown dramatically in maturity and confidence.
The Lions were in some trouble on Thanksgiving Day, having lost their previous two games and trailing the Packers 10-3. That’s where Matthew Stafford said enough, and he took the Packers apart.
The math is correct: For the Cowboys to secure their first playoff appearance since 2009, they need a combination of Dallas wins and Philly losses that adds up to four.
The Texans are just playing for dignity at this point, and they are not going to recapture much of it by going up against the Jaguars.
The Falcons ended their five-game losing streak when they came away with an overtime victory at Buffalo.
The Cowboys offense found a spark on Thanksgiving Day with the performance of running back Lance Dunbar. Now, the team is already looking for another.
The Cowboys have won two straight games to push their November record to 3-1 and grab the NFC East lead, but Jerry Jones admits the season will ultimately be decided in the season’s final month.
The Bears may be without their starting quarterback in their Week 14 game with the Cowboys, but they still have one of the top offenses in the NFL, something that should give Dallas all kinds of problems.