Dallas Cowboys

Stadium: AT&T Stadium | Coach: Jason Garrett
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense13th135.6 (3rd)196.3 (25th)
Defense8th104.0 (8th)214.1 (13th)

Schedule

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Thu Aug 3
W 20 - 18ARI
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Sat Aug 12
L 10 - 13@LAR
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Sat Aug 19
W 24 - 19IND
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Sat Aug 26
W 24 - 20OAK
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Thu Aug 31
Cancelled@HOU
Sun Sep 10
W 19 - 3NYG
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Sun Sep 17
L 17 - 42@DEN
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Mon Sep 25
W 28 - 17@ARI
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Sun Oct 1
L 30 - 35LAR
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Sun Oct 8
L 31 - 35GB
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Sun Oct 22
W 40 - 10@SF
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Sun Oct 29
W 33 - 19@WAS
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Sun Nov 5
W 28 - 17KC
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Sun Nov 12
L 7 - 27@ATL
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Sun Nov 19
L 9 - 37PHI
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Thu Nov 23
L 6 - 28LAC
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Thu Nov 30
W 38 - 14WAS
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Sun Dec 10
W 30 - 10@NYG
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Sun Dec 17
W 20 - 17@OAK
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Sun Dec 24
L 12 - 21SEA
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Sun Dec 31
W 6 - 0@PHI
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Standings

NFC
East
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Philadelphia13-3-05-1-0
Dallas9-7-05-1-0
Washington7-9-01-5-0
New York3-13-01-5-0
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Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence: Will receive franchise tag
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Cowboys will use their franchise tag on Lawrence before the 3 p.m. EST deadline March 6, but plan to continue negotiating with the defensive end through mid-July on a long-term contract, David Moore of The Dallas Morning News reports.

Dallas' top priority this offseason is re-signing Lawrence, a goal executive vice president Stephen Jones reiterated at the Senior Bowl last month, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports. At the very least, Lawrence will return to Dallas next season and take home a hefty payday while the franchise tag remains in place, but the Cowboys are hopeful that will only be a temporary arrangement until they're able to reach terms on a long-term deal with the 25-year-old, who notched a career-high and team-leading 14.5 sacks last season. The Cowboys will have until July 16 to work out an extension with Lawrence and lower his cap hit for 2018 in the process.

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Cowboys' Byron Jones: Could shift back to corner in 2018
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jones, who has predominantly played safety the last two seasons, could be moved to cornerback next season, Todd Archer of ESPN reports.

New secondary coach Kris Richard has a track record for preferring corners with size, and Jones would fit the bill. He's also been inconsistent in his time at safety, and by the end of last season he was splitting snaps with Kavon Frazier at the position. A shift back to corner -- the position Jones spent the most time at in his rookie campaign -- wouldn't do his IDP value any favors, but it could strengthen the Cowboys' overall team defense.

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