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Jones and Kraft talked to ESPN about a variety of topics as their teams prepare for Sunday's matchup in New England.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
Patriots QB Mac Jones looks forward to seeing Cowboys CB Trevon Diggs, his former Alabama teammate. Diggs leads the NFL with six INTs and was named NFC Defensive Player of the Month in September. "He has a really good feel for the game. He's very instinctual, very smart, fast, quick, explosive, strong, so he does it all really well," Jones said. "I'm really proud of how he's been playing, and it's going to be fun to get a chance to be on the field with him again."
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Some say he's like Deion Sanders, others say Richard Sherman. No matter who he's compared to, Trevon Diggs is playing like the best corner in the NFL.
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A judge has denied a request by Cowboys offensive lineman La'el Collins for an injunction that would have halted his suspension.
Cameron Heyward is playing better than ever in Pittsburgh, Cordarrelle Patterson is hitting new heights in Atlanta and Taylor Heinicke has stepped up in Washington.
A 98-yard drive to put the Giants away on Sunday epitomized the Cowboys' offensive dominance during their four-game winning streak.
Dak Prescott admitted that the memory of his injury suffered last year against the Giants played a part in his slow start.
— Dak Prescott celebrated until the end with more than 90,000 fans in his home stadium for a third consecutive week — and third straight win for the rolling Dallas Cowboys.
Green Bay and Cincinnati traded field goal misses in a wild one, the Lions squandered a chance, and the Eagles overcame a two-score deficit. What to know for every Week 5 game.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Cowboys inactives: S Donovan Wilson, QB Will Grier, WR Simi Fehoko, OL Brandon Knight, DE Dorance Armstrong, S Israel Mukuamu. Ty Nsekhe will serve as the swing tackle over Knight after missing the last three games after suffering a heat-related illness.
Check out which looks are giving players their utmost pregame confidence this week
Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper, listed as questionable, are both expected to play Sunday vs. the Giants, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Can Odell Beckham Jr. be more consistent? Should fantasy managers be worried about CeeDee Lamb? Our reporters fill you in before Sunday's games.
Ahead of the Sunday’s game between the Giants vs Cowboys, Keyshawn thinks that the Cowboys have the edge in this game and they also discuss which NFC East teams they are buying stock in. Dan Graziano stops is to give his segment of Hot News or NOT News.
New Orleans and Green Bay have major roster decisions to make, while Miami could be in on big-money free agents.
What Dak Prescott's gruesome injury was like for the Cowboys, Giants who were there: 'It just was surreal'
A year ago, Prescott suffered a compound ankle fracture that stunned players and coaches. From the sideline to the owner's suite, here's how they reacted.
Closing in on the one-year anniversary of an injury that ended his 2020 season, Prescott doesn't want to see the play -- but he can laugh about it.
What's real and not real through NFL Week 4: Barnwell on Big Ben, Derrick Henry, Miami's offense, more
The Steelers' offense looks broken, while the Titans running back is carrying an unprecedented workload. Should we worry?
While the Cowboys' identity on offense is its multiplicity, the running game powered by Elliott and Pollard has been the engine for success.
|1(12)||Micah Parsons||ILB||Penn State|
|3(36)||Nahshon Wright||CB||Oregon State|
|6(43)||Israel Mukuamu||CB||South Carolina|