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 led all teams with four picks to the 2014 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team announced Friday.
2014 was a record-setting year in North Texas. From the Final Four to Ron Washington’s resignation to DeMarco’s success, we recap the year in sports.
The team that couldn’t win big games in December went 4-0 this time, zooming past Philadelphia to win the NFC East and earning a first-round home game against Detroit (11-5) on Sunday.
After a four year absence, the Dallas Cowboys are back in the NFL playoffs. Here are the details for the Detroit Lions’ trip to North Texas for the NFC Wild Card Round.
“Right before people’s eyes,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said following Dallas’ 44-17 win at Washington, “we have basically torn it up in December.”
The Cowboys prepped for the playoffs Sunday with a 44-17 win over the Washington Redskins, with DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant breaking a pair of prestigious franchise records along the way.
Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray surpassed Emmitt Smith’s franchise single-season rushing record of 1,773 yards on Sunday in the season finale against Washington.
The Dallas Cowboys have already locked up a playoff spot, but Jason Garrett said that they will not rest their stars. Here is a look at the Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins injury report.
Regardless of the outcome on Sunday in Washington, the Dallas Cowboys appear to be locked into the NFC’s No. 3 seed heading into the playoffs.
The Dallas Cowboys are sending six players, including quarterback Tony Romo and leading NFL rusher DeMarco Murray, to the Pro Bowl.
The NFL named their Pro Bowl players and the Dallas Cowboys lead the NFL with six total offensive players chosen. Here is who made the cut as the Cowboys’ Pro Bowl choices.