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' Byron Jones: Retained for fifth year
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Cowboys picked up Jones' fifth-year option Sunday, Drew Davison of The Dallas Star-Telegram reports.

This fifth-year option will keep Jones signed through the 2019 season. Jones hasn't missed a game in his first three seasons, and he has had back-to-back, 80-tackle seasons as a safety for the Cowboys. However, the 25-year-old will shift back to cornerback this season and is expected to be a starter.

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Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Drops weight over winter
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Prescott said Tuesday that he has lost about 10 pounds since the end of last season, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.

Listed at 6-foot-2 and 238 pounds, Prescott doesn't consider this to be a significant change, noting that he always drops a little bit of weight during the offseason and plans to get back to around 230 to 235 pounds by Week 1. The more relevant offseason change occurred in the Dallas wideout group, with the team swapping out Dez Bryant and Brice Butler for Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson. While it may be a clear downgrade in terms of reputation, Prescott and Bryant rarely seemed to be on the same page last season, as evidenced by the veteran wideout's feeble mark of 6.3 yards per target. With Bryant out the door and Terrance Williams recovering from foot surgery, the Cowboys will likely add at least one wide receiver in the upcoming draft, possibly as early as the first round. Prescott kept fantasy owners reasonably happy with 22 passing touchdowns, six rushing touchdowns and 357 rushing yards last season, but his completion percentage (62.9), yards per attempt (6.8) and interceptions (13) all represented massive steps back from his rookie-year marks (67.8 percent, 8.0 YPA and four picks).

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Cowboys' Byron Jones: Making move to corner for 2018 season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jones is officially moving over to corner for the 2018 season, Jon Machota of dallasnews.com reports.

It had been speculated for several months that Jones could be headed back to the position he played while at Connecticut. Well, that speculation appears to now be reality as Jones announced he'll be making the switch. "I think it will be a good move for me and the team," Jones said. Entering his fourth season, Jones has started every game in each of the last two seasons.

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Cowboys' David Irving: Inks RFA tender with Cowboys
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Irving signed his restricted free-agent tender with Dallas on Monday.

Irving is fresh off a career year in which he registered seven sacks in just eight games. The 24-year-old should pencil into the Cowboys' starting line. If he's able to string together another strong season, Irving could be in good shape to reel in big money in 2019.

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Cowboys' Noah Brown: Could see bigger role in 2018
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Brown could be in line for a larger role in the Cowboys' passing game this season following the release of Dez Bryant.

The second-year receiver was considered something of a Bryant clone when he was drafted out of Ohio State in the seventh round in 2017, albeit one with a lot less production in college, and with the real thing now off the roster, the Cowboys don't have another big, physical wideout in the mix. If he's improved his strength and route-running in the offseason, he could at least emerge as a red-zone option for Dak Prescott, but a more significant jump in his development could allow Brown to challenge Deonte Thompson for a starting role on the outside in camp.

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