The Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers head into the NFC divisional playoffs with distinct injuries. The Packers are playing with a hurt quarterback and the Cowboys head in a banged up defense. Here is the Cowboys vs. Packers injury report.
The Green Bay Packers begin their playoff season against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday at Lambeau Field and Aaron Rodgers will be a part of it. The MVP favorite quarterback has been nursing a strained calf to his left leg. The Packers list five players on their injury report and the Cowboys list 12 players on theirs.
Anthony Hitchens is still the same improving rookie that he’s always been for the Cowboys, before he got caught up in a critical pass interference penalty that was nullified.
The NFL head of officiating says Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens did in fact get away with a penalty on the Lions’ fourth-quarter pass to Brandon Pettigrew. But he’s not referring to pass interference.
Dallas recorded a zany 24-20 first-round playoff victory at AT&T Stadium over a Lions team that thinks it got hosed by a call from referee Pete Morelli and his crew.
The Dallas Cowboys beat the Detroit Lions for their first playoff win in five years, but not without controversy and big plays. Here is a look at the Cowboys team grades for the wild card playoff win.
Rookie linebacker Anthony Hitchens is active for the Dallas Cowboys as they host the Detroit Lions in an NFC Wild Card game on Sunday.
As the Dallas Cowboys head into the wild card round of the 2014 NFL playoffs against the Detroit Lions, the team seems healthy outside of a key rookie linebacker.
The Dallas Cowboys entered their game with the Arizona Cardinals with a backup quarterback and it showed. Here is a look at the Cowboys team grades in week nine.
The Cowboys roared from 21 points down to beat the Rams in the third game of the 2014 NFL season. Here are the Dallas Cowboys’ team grades for the game.
Sean Lee’s knee injury in the first Cowboys offseason practice gives Justin Durant a chance to be the starting middle linebacker. But that idea turns the veteran’s stomach.
Sean Lee’s injury was devastating, but believe it or not, there are plenty of reasons to believe that the Cowboys defense could be BETTER in 2014.