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Dak Prescott completó de touchdown de 59 yardas con Tavon Austin en el segundo cuarto. Fue su pase N° 11 de anotación de 50 yardas o más desde su año de novato en el 2016.

“Fue una de esas jugadas en las que engañamos con otra jugada, pase corriendo“, explicó Prescott. “Me quité el disparo de un linebacker y cuando me di cuenta Tavon estaba cambiando de dirección solo por completo en esa área de linebackers. Tavon cruzó el campo, mandé el balón y él hizo el resto“.

El quarterback de los Cowboys está empatado con Tom Brady, de los New England Patriots, y Philip Rivers, de Los Angeles Chargers, como los quarterbacks con más pases de touchdown de al menos 50 yardas desde que llegó a la NFL.


El linebacker de los Cowboys Jaylon Smith reconoció que la victoria de este domingo servirá de poco si pierden la próxima semana contra su principal rival en la competencia por el título de la División Este de la Conferencia Nacional, los Philadelphia Eagles.

Sin embargo, Smith dijo que aplicarán la tradicional regla de las “24 horas“.

“Aquí tomamos las cosas día a día“, dijo Smith. “Esta noche, vamos a disfrutar la victoria, pero a partir de mañana se tratar de una temporada de un solo juego. Vamos a prepararnos estar listos y jugar contra los Eagles“.


- Ezekiel Elliott corrió para 117 yardas y Tony Pollard para 131. Fue la segunda vez que los Cowboys tuvieron dos corredores con más de 100 yardas en un mismo juego esta temporada. Es la primera vez en la historia de la franquicia que eso sucede.

- El centro largo L.P. Ladouceur jugó su partido 235 consecutivo con los Cowboys para igualar la marca de Jason Witten de más juegos al hilo en la historia del club.

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FOXBORO — Trash talking New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady doesn’t sound like a good idea, but Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones had a reason for getting into it with the six-time Super Bowl champion Sunday.

Jones and Brady came helmet-to-helmet with 2:59 left in the first half and Kansas City leading 17-7. The Chiefs defense had just forced an incompletion from Brady to bring up fourth down, and Jones tried his best to frustrate the 42-year-old quarterback as much as possible.

“Just crap-talking,” Jones said of his exchange with Brady. “Tom is a heck of a quarterback, a Hall of Famer. Any time you’re able to talk crap, you gotta affect him any type of way. I got much respect for Tom Brady, man. He’s definitely a GOAT in my eyes, one of the greatest. Any time you’re able to affect his game any type of way, whether it’s talking, whether it’s hitting him, whether it’s getting him uncomfortable, you got to.”

Does Jones think all of that had any effect?

“I mean, you see the score.”

The Chiefs won 23-16 to secure the AFC West title and take another step closer toward earning a top-two seed in the AFC playoff race.

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It’s hard to imagine any kind of trash talk having a negative impact on Brady’s performance. He’s one of the most mentally tough players in league history. What we do know is this Chiefs defense is much better-equipped to slow down the Patriots’ offense than last season’s unit.

The Chiefs, from a physicality standpoint, made an effort to stand up to the Patriots, and that was quite apparent when Kansas City wide receiver Sammy Watkins got tangled up with New England cornerback Stephon Gilmore on the visitors’ sideline in the second half.

“You got two good players going up against each other in heated moments,” Watkins said. “I know him from (the Buffalo Bills), so I was like, this is my opportunity to take a shot, and I did, and he took his shots also.”

The chippiness made for a playoff-like scene in Foxboro, and you can bet all of the trash talk and physical play won’t be forgotten if these teams meet again in January.

“First play of the game I knew it was more of a playoff atmosphere, a playoff game,” Watkins said. “It definitely was probably one of the hardest battles since last year, and that’s what we look forward to. It’s going to be the same way in the next six or seven weeks, so we just gotta continue to come out and play with each other and play hard, strong, and keep fighting.”

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DETROIT — Darian Thompson wore a loss on his face.

He quietly stood at his locker Sunday, among the last defensive backs to dress. He spoke softly, the disappointment dripping from his words, as music blasted nearby from a sound system that defensive lineman Michael Bennett operated.

This was a winning locker room.

Deejay aside, in the defense’s area, it didn’t sound like one.

“First off, I’ll start with me,” Thompson said. “I’ve got to be better. I gave up too many plays today, me personally. As a unit, we’ve just got to continue to fight, continue to scratch and claw. Be consistent with our execution.”

For stretches Sunday, Dallas performed as it should against a Detroit Lions offense without its franchise quarterback. It pressured. It forced three-and-outs. It controlled. But two early touchdowns on short fields and too many explosive plays in the second half kept a 35-27 win far closer than it should have been.

At Ford Field, this performance was enough.

At Gillette Stadium next Sunday against the New England Patriots, it almost certainly wouldn’t be.

“Not good enough,” cornerback Chidobe Awuzie said. “We allowed too many touchdowns to a team like that with a quarterback [Matthew Stafford] injured. We lost last week. Usually, we respond well. I don’t think we responded well enough today.

“It wasn’t good enough tackling. We let them kind of run on us. They completed a couple passes for touchdowns. … I don’t think it was good enough today as a whole defense.”

There were a share of lowlights.

Thompson, Awuzie and linebacker Leighton Vander Esch each missed a tackle on a 22-yard catch by Lions running back J.D. McKissic in the second quarter. That was one of a season-high seven plays exceeding 20 yards the Cowboys allowed. Five of those seven occurred in the second half.

By comparison, the Cowboys entered Sunday having allowed five 20-yard plays in a game just once in 2019. That came during their miserable Oct. 13 loss to the New York Jets.

Thompson and safety Xavier Woods were the nearest defenders in zone coverage on the Lions’ longest gain, a 39-yard strike from Jeff Driskel to Marvin Hall. The second-longest play was a 34-yard jump ball that Driskel chucked for wide receiver Kenny Golladay. A leaping Thompson was unable to break up the pass late in the fourth quarter of a one-score game.

But the defense immediately responded.

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Before Jourdan Lewis was a standout cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys, Michigan Wolverines or the Detroit Cass Tech Technicians, he was a youth football player within the Detroit Police Athletic League like thousands of children are each year.

Simply called Detroit PAL, the organization offers 11 different sports for children of various ages from all corners of Detroit. Lewis got his start in the sport of football with PAL’s Westside Cubs team and he intends to show his appreciation in Dallas’ Thursday night football game at Chicago.

As part of the NFL’s #MyCauseMyCleats campaign, Lewis will wear custom cleats in tribute to Detroit PAL. In a tweet from the Dallas Cowboys account, Lewis chose to represent PAL on his cleats because the organization “helped shape him growing up.”

According to the NFL’s website, “[p]layers will have the opportunity to raise money for their cause by auctioning their cleats off at NFL Auction; 100 percent of money raised will be donated to the player’s charities. Fans may bid on game-issued player cleats to help players raise funds for their chosen causes.”

Lewis’ teammate on Dallas, running back Mike Weber, is also a Cass Tech alum who went on to play for Ohio State. He will be wearing cleats in support of the Autism Speaks campaign.

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The Buffalo Bills on April 25 selected former Cougars defensive tackle Ed Oliver with the No. 9 selection, marking the end of two years of no first-round picks for UH.

Houston may not have to wait much longer to produce another premier NFL talent.

Senior left tackle Josh Jones’ collegiate career is over. Now, it’s time for him to spend months preparing for 2020’s iteration of the NFL Draft, held in Las Vegas. His chances of making it in the first are good.

Jones measures in as a fringe first-round pick and likely second-rounder, according to NFL Draft experts NFL Media’s Lance Zierlein and CBS Sports’ Chris Trapasso. Both see him elevating his stock if he has a good Senior Bowl performance in late January.

“He has the size, length, starting experience, production and athleticism of most prospects at his position who ultimately go in one of those first two rounds,” Trapasso said in a Twitter message.

At 6 feet 7 inches and 310 pounds, he has foundational NFL size at an important position.

“He needs to add more strength to his frame, but he’s got long arms, he’s a good athlete and he has really shown a great deal of improvement with his technique in pass protection as the season has progressed,” Zierlein said in a Twitter message. “He’s better in pass protection than he is a run blocker right now, but that’s okay because that’s what gets you drafted earliest – taking care of the quarterback.”

Both Zierlein and Trapasso agree that Jones is a stout pass protector. That correlates with their comparisons, as Zierlein sees him similar to Chicago Bears starter Bobby Massie while Trapasso has him as a fusion between All-Pro Tyron Smith and Pro Bowler Mitchell Schwartz.

The draft season has yet to ramp up. While the Cougars won’t be playing football until 2020, the NFL is, and so are bowling teams. However, Jones is getting attention, as he’s earned his fair share of spots as a first-rounder in mock drafts.

The hype for Jones is there. While not a definite first-round pick in all eyes, he plays an increasingly valuable position and is strongest in its most prominent trait – pass protecting. If he has good performances at the Senior Bowl, NFL Combine and UH pro-day, Cougar nation may be looking at back-to-back first-round picks for the first time since 1972.

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The Cowboys look like they will have starting safety Jeff Heath and backup running back Tony Pollard on Sunday against the Rams.

Both were full participants in Thursday’s practice after being limited Wednesday.

Heath missed last week’s loss to the Bears with injuries to both shoulders. Pollard sat out the game after injuring his ankle in practice two days before the game.

Those were the only changes to the team’s injury report.

Linebacker Sean Lee remained out with pectoral and thigh injuries. He has started the past three games at weakside linebacker in place of Leighton Vander Esch, who remains out with a neck injury.

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Demarcus Lawrence talks about identity and believes the Cowboys performance in recent weeks has been uncharacteristic of this defense.

He knows it’s been uncharacteristic of him.

“I’m testifying,” Lawrence said. “I’ll take ownership of those last couple of games.

“I haven’t been playing like myself. I haven’t been taking the leadership role I should be taking.

“It’s time for me to step up.”

Lawrence has come under criticism as the defense unravels along with the Cowboys season. It’s understandable. When you are the highest-paid player in franchise history, your performance is going to be judged against that standard.

What follows isn’t a screed about what Lawrence has failed to accomplish. Detractors will point to his modest total of five sacks as proof the defensive end isn’t doing his job.

That’s unfair. Lawrence is providing consistent pressure. He’s strong in the run game. His effort is high. He doesn’t take plays off.

Lawrence continues to play at a high level. A Pro Bowl level? No. But his performance hasn’t eroded to the level his sack total indicates.

That being said, it’s fair to point out that Lawrence isn’t having the impact he did the last two seasons when he totaled 25 sacks. He’s gone five games without a sack being credited solely to him.

There have been seven games this season where Lawrence has been shut out getting to the quarterback. He’s gone 19 consecutive regular-season games, a stretch that extends to Nov. 18, 2018, without collecting more than one sack in a game.

The Cowboys need their top players on both sides of the ball to make plays in the final three weeks of the regular season. Lawrence is their top defender. He’s not making enough plays.

That’s the essence of his declaration Monday after spending time with other teammates at Children’s Medical Center.

“Right now it’s really all about getting back to our identity and maintaining our focus on what’s really important to this game,” Lawrence said. “That’s playing fundamentally sound, team offense and defense. We really have to come together as a unit, come together as a group of men and really showcase our talents on the field.”

The Dallas defense has given up a total of 57 points and 738 yards in the last two games, allowing seven touchdowns and 46 first downs. Buffalo and Chicago combined to convert half of their third-down opportunities. The Cowboys held Philadelphia and the New York Giants to total of 28 points in back-to-back victories to end October and start November.

Four of five opponents since then have burned the defense for 26 or more points.

Head coach Jason Garrett believes the group is pressing too much to make big plays.

“I can see a lot of issues pertaining to what we’ve got to fix,” Lawrence said. “But it’s all insight, it’s all about us, it’s all about self-inflicted wounds.

“It’s small things like being out of your gap or being somewhere you’re not supposed to be. It’s all about honing in on the details and getting back to the speed of our defense.”

Uncharacteristic? Jaylon Smith uses another word to describe the defensive performance in recent weeks.

“It’s unacceptable,” the linebacker said. “It’s unacceptable.

“We know the type of defense we’ve been and we want to continue to be. But you have to go out and execute, you have to go out and get your job done by any means necessary.

“It comes down to execution. Men being men and making a decision to come together as one and succeed. That’s what we have to vow ourselves.”

Lawrence and Smith are the defensive captains. Yet it was newcomer Michael Bennett who spoke up in the aftermath of the Thanksgiving Day loss to Buffalo.

Neither Lawrence nor Smith spoke to the media in the days leading up to the game against Chicago. Smith was asked Monday how he views his role as captain. Is it one in which he needs to say more or do more?

“It’s a combination,” Smith replied. “Being able to balance the talk vs. play, lead by example vs. the vocal leadership. It comes over time. It’s growth.

“For us, we’re understanding and accepting our reality, but it’s about making a change.”

How do defensive players and coaches change course at this stage of the season?

“I think it’s in the preparation,” Smith said. “I think it’s in the honesty.

“I have faith.”

So does Lawrence. He clings to the belief that one win can change everything.

“Absolutely,” Lawrence said. “We still have high hopes for our team. We still believe we can make it all the way. That’s all you need in this world is a little bit of belief.

“So stay tuned.”

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The Dallas Cowboys added quite a few pieces to their defensive front during the offseason. Veteran’s Kerry Hyder and Christian Covington were brought in to provide a steady rotation on the defensive line and to make life easier for All-Pro DeMarcus Lawrence.

The biggest acquisition came at the end of March when the Cowboys traded for Defensive End Robert Quinn, sending a sixth-round pick to the Miami Dolphins. A former All-Pro in his own right, Quinn was set to start opposite Lawrence at right defensive end and provide the Cowboys with one of the best pass-rushing duos in the league. Unfortunately, Quinn was suspended in August for violating the NFL’s PED policy. Also, he broke a bone in his hand around the same time, making his start in Dallas a shaky one.

When Quinn made his Cowboys debut in Week 3 vs his former team he wasted very little time making his presence felt. Not only did he register a sack but he was credited with seven quarterback pressures, which already gave him the team lead in that category. Pretty impressive for a guy with limited practice time prior to the season.

This would set the tone for his entire season and he hasn’t looked back. In the seven games since his Cowboys debut, Quinn has registered at least a half-sack in every game except Week 5 vs the Green Bay Packers, including two games with multiple sacks. What’s mind-blowing to me is that his 8.5 sacks for the season are almost a third of the Cowboys 26 sacks as a team.

Quinn’s speed and leverage coming off the edge is quite impressive. Trying to block him one on one is a recipe for disaster. In fact, if any team takes this approach they might as well make funeral arrangements for their quarterback.

The benefits of having Quinn are endless. The more pressure he gets coming off the right side the easier it will make Lawrence’s job coming off the left side due to less double teams. What this also does is free up Maliek Collins, Antwaun Woods, and Michael Bennett on the interior by putting them in more one on one situations.

The “Black Cobra” as he’s called in Dallas has been the best offseason acquisition the Cowboys have made in a while. He’s on pace for 15 sacks in 14 games which would be the second-most of his career (had 19 in 2013) and his first double-digit sack season since 2014 when he was a member of the Los Angeles Rams. He’s been best pass rusher all year for the Cowboys and a true gift from above for this defensive line unit.

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Everything went perfect for the Dallas Cowboys in their 44-21 stomping of the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Everything, except for the unrelenting injury bug, which claimed yet another victim.

According to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News, Cowboys rookie linebacker Luke Gifford suffered a fractured arm against the Rams and is done for the season.

Gifford went down in the first quarter of the game and never returned. In the second quarter, Dallas lost LB Joe Thomas to a thigh injury, reducing their depth to little-used Justin March-Lillard and second-year man Chris Covington, who was signed off the practice squad Saturday.

Gifford and Thomas had been helping pull the load following injuries to starting ‘backers Leighton Vander Esch, who’s out indefinitely with a neck stinger, and his backup Sean Lee, who played Sunday despite not practicing all week with pectoral and thigh ailments.

Thomas recorded two tackles while Gifford was held off the stat sheet. Lee was Dallas’ defensive MVP with three solo tackles, a tackle-for-loss, one sack, one interception, and a pass breakup.

Immediately after Thomas exited, the Rams exploited the Cowboys’ JV ‘backers on a touchdown toss to running back Todd Gurley, who accounted for two of L.A.’s three scores.

Signed by the club as an undrafted free agent, Gifford previously battled a high-ankle sprain that kept him out of action. He figures to be moved to injured reserve, freeing a spot on the 53-man roster, likely for his depth replacement.

Thomas is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of his thigh injury, per Gelhken.

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It’s Jaylon Smith, Lee, and … everyone else, including little-used Justin March, who tied for the team lead with six tackles (five solo stops) against the Rams. He also broke up two passes.

Behind March is second-year pro Chris Covington, whom the Cowboys promoted from the practice squad on Saturday. Covington — not to be confused with teammate Christian Covington — made three solo tackles versus Los Angeles.

Behind Covington? Nobody. Unless you count Kerry Hyder, who’s more of a hand-in-the-dirt defensive end than stand-up edge rusher. Because they no longer have a natural LB on the practice squad, it’s possible, if not likely, Dallas signs an outside free agent for insurance purposes.

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This weekend’s game between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles will essentially serve as the NFC East championship game. Both Dallas and Philadelphia enter with 7-7 records, and the winner of the game is almost sure to take the NFC East crown. A win by the Cowboys would clinch the division title due to tiebreaker, while a win by the Eagles would give them a very strong chance to take home the title, as all they would have to do is defeat the Giants in Week 17 to ensure themselves a playoff spot.

With the game meaning so much to both teams, every little thing that could potentially affect the outcome is magnified. With that in mind, we figured this is a good time to check in on the injury statuses of both teams.

The list of injuries in Dallas is shorter than in Philadelphia. Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch has been out since Week 11 with a neck injury, and is considered week-to-week. As our Patrik Walker wrote last week, the Cowboys do not expect Vander Esch to return at all in 2019, but are holding out hope that he might.

With Vander Esch on the sideline, Sean Lee has been thrust back into an every down role, while Joe Thomas has played in sub packages and Luke Gifford has filled in behind him. Thomas suffered a knee injury during the Cowboys’ win over the Rams on Sunday, but Jason Garrett told reporters after the game that he does not believe the injury is serious. That’s a good sign for Dallas, because Gifford fractured his arm during the game and is going on injured reserve.

Several other Cowboys such as Michael Bennett (foot), La’el Collins (knee), Byron Jones (hip), Zack Martin (elbow/ankle), and Antwaun Woods (knee) were limited in practices last week, but they all played on Sunday against the Rams and did not come out of the game with additional issues. They should be expected to play again against Philly.

The Eagles, meanwhile, have a more extensive list of issues. In addition to players like DeSean Jackson, Alshon Jeffery, Darren Sproles, Malik Jackson, and Hassan Ridgeway, who are all on injured reserve, Philadelphia had Lane Johnson, Jordan Howard, Derek Barnett, and Nelson Agholor all inactive for their Week 15 win over division rival Washington.

Doug Pederson told reporters that Johnson is now considered day-to-day, which is an upgrade from last week when he was week-to-week. Johnson will not practice early in the week, according to Pederson, but they will see where he is later in the week. Pederson said that Howard, Barnett, and Agholor are all getting better, but noted that it is a slow process when getting players to return to the field.

Though he has struggled with drops and other issues this season, Agholor’s return would be especially helpful, as the Eagles badly need more than just Greg Ward and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside at receiver. Howard was running well before getting injured but since he has been out, Miles Sanders has played well and Boston Scott has emerged as a contributor. Barnett’s 18 quarterback hits lead the team even after he missed the past two games, and getting him back would obviously be a boon for an Eagles pass rush that is about to go up against an offensive line that kept Dak Prescott extremely well-protected during Dallas’ demolition of the Rams.