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2018 Schedule
10-6, 1st in NFC East
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2dJeremy Willis

The best cheesy Valentines from around the NFL

Nothing says "I love you" like an exquisite pun from your significant other's favorite NFL team. Here are some of the best from around the league, including from the league's leading Casanova, the Atlanta Falcons.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Count Jason Witten among those who believe in Cowboys new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, saying he sees the offense “taking a big step in 2019.” How will that happen? “I think he'll do the things that Dak (Prescott) likes to do. He'll do the things they have to do to win," Witten said. "I think he'll use the pass to set up the run, not just the run to set up the pass. I think he'll do a good job with that. Look, they're a run-first team. The strengths is Zeke and the offensive line. Certainly (there's) (Amari) Cooper and Dak and they're playmaking ability, but he'll add some nice wrinkles to that offense.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin's D'Cota Dixon was named the winner of the second Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year. Auburn's Derrick Brown and Kansas State's Dalton Reisner were the other finalists. Dixon joins UCF's Shaquem Griffin as the winners of the award.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott earned a raise of $1.3 million in 2019 under the proven-performance escalator for playing in more than 35 percent of the snaps in two of his first three seasons, according to NFLPA figures. Prescott was set to make $720,000 in the final year of his rookie deal but will now make $2.02 million unless he and the team are able to reach an agreement on a long-term deal this offseason. Defensive tackle Maliek Collins and cornerback Anthony Brown also earned the escalator and will make $2.02 million in 2019.

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I'm sure this will devastate the Patriots: they finished fourth in FPI's final 2018 rankings.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jerry Jones on the selection of Gil Brandt into the Pro Football Hall of Fame: "Gil Brandt set the standard for all scouts and personnel executives to follow, and aspire to, in the NFL. He drafted Hall of Fame players in the first round and in the late rounds and helped build the foundation for the tremendous legacy and success that Cowboys enjoy to this day. We are so proud of his accomplishments with the organization and just as grateful for what he has done over the course of the last 30 years an ambassador for the NFL, the Dallas Cowboys and the game of football. Gil changed the NFL in the draft room and is more than worthy of this recognition."

13dJeff Legwold

Reed, Bailey, Law, Gonzalez, Mawae make HOF

Four defensive backs -- Ed Reed, Champ Bailey, Ty Law and seniors finalist Johnny Robinson -- were among the eight men chosen for enshrinement by the Hall's board of selectors on Saturday.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Gil Brandt, the Cowboys' long-time vice president of player personnel, who helped build America's Team with Tom Landry and Tex Schramm, was selected for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Brandt becomes the 17th former player, coach and executive to earn enshrinement as a Cowboy. Brandt had a hand in the Cowboys selecting nine Hall of Fame players: Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin, Bob Lilly, Tony Dorsett, Bob Hayes, Roger Staubach, Mel Renfro, Randy White and Rayfield Wright.

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14dTodd Archer

Former Cowboys QB, assistant Wilson dies at 60

Wade Wilson appeared in one Pro Bowl during his 17-year NFL career, then went on to coach in the league, notably overseeing Tony Romo and Dak Prescott while in Dallas.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Wade Wilson, a former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and assistant coach, passed away Friday, his birthday, at the age of 60. Wilson served as the Cowboys' quarterback coach from 2007-17, helping develop Tony Romo into the franchise's all-time leader in touchdown passes and four Pro Bowl appearances and Dak Prescott, who won the Rookie of the Year in 2016. He played for the Cowboys from 1995-97 as part of a 17-year career with five teams.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Carlos Polk will join the Cowboys as an assistant special teams coach, replacing Doug Colman. Polk had a seven-year career in the NFL as a linebacker, including one season with the Cowboys (2008). He was a coaching intern with the Cowboys for a summer after his career ended. He served as the assistant special teams coach with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2014-18.

Ryan: No extension a bad sign for Garrett (0:57)
Jones on record: Winning is not enough (0:28)
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15dTodd Archer

Sources: Cowboys unlikely to extend Garrett

The Dallas Cowboys are not expected to extend the contract of Jason Garrett, who is in the final year of his deal, sources tell ESPN.

Can Moore improve Cowboys' offense as OC? (1:27)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

According to the NFL Players Association, the Cowboys will carry over $11.7 million in unused cap room to 2009, the eighth most in the league. The Browns will carry over the most at $56.5 million, followed by the Indianapolis Colts at $49.1 million. With DeMarcus Lawrence set to be an unrestricted free agent and the Cowboys wanting to sign Amari Cooper, Dak Prescott, Byron Jones and potentially Ezekiel Elliott to long-term deals, they can use all of the cap room they can get.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Since Jerry Jones said this about Kellen Moore on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Wednesday, “He's going to be a key guy in what play is run on that football field, and by key might have the ultimate responsibility,” that should tell you who will be calling plays in 2019, although the team will likely call it a collaborative effort.

Team Stats

Passing Yards221.1
Rushing Yards122.7
Points For21.222nd
Points Against20.36th