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Super Bowl 50

Sun, Feb 7, 2016

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Dallas Cowboys

Stadium: AT&T Stadium | Coach: Jason Garrett
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense22nd118.1 (9th)216.9 (26th)
Defense17th120.9 (21st)227.2 (5th)

Schedule

Sun Sep 13
W 27 - 26NYG
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Sun Sep 20
W 20 - 10at PHI
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Sun Sep 27
L 39 - 28ATL
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Sun Oct 4
L 26 - 20at NO
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Sun Oct 11
L 30 - 6NE
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Sun Oct 25
L 27 - 20at NYG
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Sun Nov 1
L 13 - 12SEA
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Sun Nov 8
L 33 - 27PHI
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Sun Nov 15
L 10 - 6at TB
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Sun Nov 22
W 24 - 14at MIA
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Thu Nov 26
L 33 - 14CAR
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Mon Dec 7
W 19 - 16at WAS
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Sun Dec 13
L 28 - 7at GB
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Sat Dec 19
L 19 - 16NYJ
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Sun Dec 27
L 16 - 6at BUF
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Sun Jan 3
L 34 - 23WAS
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Standings

NFC
East
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Washington9-7-04-2-0
Philadelphia7-9-03-3-0
New York6-10-02-4-0
Dallas4-12-03-3-0
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Cowboys' Tony Romo: Next evaluation will determine if surgery is needed
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Tony Romo will be evaluated in late February or early March to determine if surgery is necessary on his left collarbone, The Dallas Morning News reports.

Before undergoing a CT scan last week, Romo fully expected to have surgery at some point in the offseason, but the Dallas Cowboys now have some options to ponder. If the team opts for the first one, a set of screws will attach a plate over the collarbone in order to stabilize the area and avoid another fracture. As for the second choice, if the next CT scan reveals a suitable amount of bone growth and regeneration to last week's base line, he may undergo a Mumford procedure, in which part of "the distal clavicle is shaved off or removed." The latter procedure is preferable, as it reduces long-term stress on the collarbone versus the attachment of a plate. No matter which path Romo takes, he'll face a 6-to-8 week recovery, setting him up to take part in the entire offseason program.

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Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence: Undergoes back surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Demarcus Lawrence underwent a procedure on his back, according to Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett,

Lawrence had been dealing with the back all season, but it didn't effect his production, as he led Dallas with eight sacks. Garrett wouldn't put a timetable on Lawrence's return, but the coach didn't sound concerned that it would hold the 23-year-old defensive end out for long.

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Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Rehab going well
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Dez Bryant has already begun rehabbing from his most recent foot and ankle surgeries, The Dallas Morning News reports. "We felt like the surgery went well and he's still getting back, it's still a process," Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said, "but we're glad we got it done almost immediately after the season so it's given him plenty of time to come back and all reports are that everything has been positive up to this point."

With a full offseason to rehab and recover, Bryant is expected to be at 100 percent heading into next season and look more like the receiver who averaged 91 catches, 1312 yards and 14 TDs between 2012 and 2014 than the one who played in only nine ineffective games in 2015 due to a broken foot.

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Cowboys' Tony Romo: Expects to have surgery on collarbone
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Tony Romo expects to undergo surgery on his left collarbone in the offseason, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. "We've had exhaustive discussions about it," he said Saturday. "It's going to be good."

Romo has endured a fractured left clavicle on three occasions since the 2010 season, including a pair of instances in the most recent campaign. After an upcoming CT scan to learn whether his shoulder can handle a plate and screws, the subsequent surgery will presumably stabilize the region in order to avoid a similar injury in the future. If the Dallas Cowboys opt for the procedure, he'll be facing a recovery timetable of 6-to-8 weeks, which should allow him to participate in OTAs this spring.

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