The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles battled for first place in the NFC East and the Cowboys defense played their best game of the season against the Eagles high powered offense. Here is a look at the Cowboys grades for this game.
Four-time All-Pro defensive end DeMarcus Ware is inactive for the Dallas Cowboys against the Eagles, ending a streak of 134 consecutive games played.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones joined 105.3 The Fan for his weekly show and kicked-off the conversation remembering the career of Jay Ratliff, who was cut from the Cowboys this week after sitting out all of the 2013 season due to injury.
With first place of the NFC East on the line, the Dallas Cowboys head into their big game with the Philadelphia Eagles missing a key player on both the offense and defense.
Ware did not practice on Thursday. But his ability to run on the leg indicates that his injury is less than a Grade-1 strain. There are likely some fascial adhesion issues (strains on his muscles) but indications are his strength is returning in the leg.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray will not be available this Sunday when the team travels to Philadelphia, according to team owner Jerry Jones. The status of Pro Bowl DE DeMarcus Ware is uncertain.
The Dallas Cowboys face the Philadelphia Eagles and the number one rushing attack in the NFL. Here is a look at the Eagles team.
The Cowboys will be playing for the lead in the NFC East this Sunday in Philadelphia but are planning on doing so without a pair of key starters, defensive end DeMarcus Ware and running back DeMarco Murray.
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray sprained a ligament in his left knee and defensive end DeMarcus Ware injured his right quad during a 31-16 victory over Washington on Sunday night.
Miles Austin looks like he is finally ready to return for the Dallas Cowboys as they head into their big rivalry game on Sunday Night Football with the Washington Redskins.
The Dallas Cowboys defense has given up an average of 409 yards a game this season. While owner Jerry Jones said he wants to cut Monte Kiffin some slack, something needs to change soon.
Tony Romo threw for over 500 yards and Peyton Manning threw for over 400 while the two combined for nine touchdown passes as the Denver Broncos beat the Dallas Cowboys, 51-48.