Cowboys Week 7 Injury Report: Injured Starters Nearing Return In Bye WeekThe Dallas Cowboys are currently on their bye week so they don't have a designated injury report. However, they have listed their injured players and have an early look at their status for their return in Week 8 against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Fantasy Football: Who To Start, Who To Sit For Week 7CBS Sports' fantasy football experts Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard lay out their must-start and must-sit players of the week.
Will The Return Of Stars Disrupt Team Chemistry?The Dallas Cowboys have won five games this season without three of their main starters from 2015 in Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, and Darren McFadden.
Keidel: Can Steelers Win Without Big Ben?Tom Brady and Pats visit Pittsburgh this weekend to face a Steelers team led by Landry Jones, who replaces the injured Ben Roethlisberger.
Elliott, Surprising Prescott Give Dallas Backfield Of Future Ezekiel Elliott had star potential the moment he was drafted by the Cowboys, a high pick at running back with the benefit of perhaps the NFL's best offensive line.
Rodgers Throws 3 TD passes, Packers Beat Bears 26-10
Week 7 NFL Picks: Broncos Down Osweiler But Bradford Bests Eagles As QBs Face Former TeamsThe Vikings and Texans' quarterbacks will be out for vengeance against their former teams but only one of them will come away victorious.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Can Bears Or Packers Get Things Going?The Bears and Packers both need a win on TNF in Week 7. The Bears to start climbing out of the cellar, the Packers to start getting in sync.
CBS Sports' Bart Scott On Bears-Packers TNF Game, More Week 7 MatchupsBart Scott, CBS's NFL Today analyst, discusses the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Packers and Bears.
How Excited Is Michael Irvin About 5-1 Cowboys?Irvin spoke on 105.3 The Fan this week about going around town shirtless to express his excitement over his old team’s 5-1 start — that’s a “Masterpiece’’ bit! and added that Zeke’s running for Dallas has him … um, excited.
Do Players Deserve Anything? Jerry Jones Uses Tom Brady As An ExampleJones references Tom Brady when answering a question about whether or not players deserve anything in the NFL.
The Cowboys 'Near-Perfect' Approach To 5-1Cowboys management pledged on the very first day of training camp in Oxnard to not repeat a mental mistake from 2015, when the organization’s mindset was to “stay afloat’’ while waiting on the return of injured players.