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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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The Cowboys signed cornerback Deante Burton off Indianapolis’ practice squad, Jason Garrett said Wednesday.

Burton takes the roster spot left vacant when the Cowboys placed cornerback Anthony Brown on injured reserve.

Burton, 25, played one game for Atlanta and two for Houston last season in his only career action. He made five tackles and forced a fumble.

He began his career as a receiver, signing with the Falcons as an undrafted free agent out of Kansas State in 2017. The Falcons moved him to corner.

Burton briefly spent time on the Packers’ roster last season.

The Cowboys added offensive lineman Marcus Henry to the practice squad. He worked out for the team Tuesday.

Henry spent time with the Texans this season.

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FRISCO — The bug has gotten around.

Linebacker Justin March is dealing with a respiratory illness. Linebacker Joe Thomas, a reserve who could start this weekend, missed the entire practice week to the flu. Safety Donovan Wilson missed the final two days. And linebackers coach Ben Bloom also has the flu, multiple players said, hence why he hasn’t coached a practice this week.

The Cowboys knew preparing for the New England Patriots would involve containing the catch.

This isn’t what they had in mind.

The defense absorbed a blow Thursday when it learned that continued neck discomfort for linebacker Leighton Vander Esch required prolonged rest. He won’t play Sunday and likely will be sidelined into December with a disk issue, sources said. The team considers him week-to-week.

That setback, combined with an illness spell that prompted the Cowboys to give quarterback Dak Prescott preventative care this week, only complicates the effort to thwart a Patriots passing game that leans on its backfield.

New England averages an NFL-high 11.4 pass attempts per game to running backs. Last week, the Philadelphia Eagles were effective when defending 14 passes from quarterback Tom Brady to the position group.

The Patriots (9-1) managed only eight catches for 61 yards.

Without Vander Esch, a Dallas defense that missed 24 tackles the last two games looks to bounce back and achieve similar success.

“The screen game, it’s obviously [about] recognition,” linebacker Sean Lee said. “It’s the whole entire group hustling to the football, understanding your fits in the screen, being able to recognize them, being able to hustle. A lot of times it takes three or four guys. A lot of times it takes a guy from the back side hustling. It’s a group effort on screens. It’s communication. We know they’re great at that.”

Lee is a key piece to the Vander Esch contingency plan.

Like when the 2018 first-round pick was sidelined with neck stiffness on Nov. 4 against the New York Giants, Lee worked at weak-side, or “Will,” linebacker during Friday’s practice, switching from his usual strong-side (“Sam”) spot. Luke Gifford, an undrafted rookie who has yet to play a defensive snap in 2019, worked at Sam backer on Friday with Thomas recovering.

The expectation is that Thomas, despite not practicing at all this week and missing most meetings, will play Sam on Sunday in the base defense. Lee not only will replace Vander Esch at Will but also in the nickel defense beside linebacker Jaylon Smith.

“Sean has been Sean for his whole career,” cornerback Chidobe Awuzie said Friday. “He’s made a name for himself before anyone else on this defense has. For that reason, he’s well respected. He’s on it. He studies. He anticipates things, and he reacts really well. The expectation for Sean stepping in for Leighton is nothing less than what Leighton would do. Even more sometimes.

“We’re happy for him to be in his natural habitat. We’re praying for Leighton and hoping he gets better. We’re praying for Joe and hoping he gets better. But this defense, we’ve got a standard. And whoever is in, we’ve got to step up.”

The Patriots generally rotate four running backs.

Of them, James White is the most dynamic as a receiver, and his usage reflects that. In 84% of his 281 offensive snaps, the team has operated a pass play. Understanding what an offense likes to do with certain personnel in what groupings and which game situations is among the first steps to containment.

The Patriots have passed on 73.1% of Rex Burkhead’s snaps. By comparison, with Sony Michel on the field, 63.5% have been runs. For added context, New England has attempted to pass on about 60% of plays this season overall.

Identifying which back is on the field is just one part to defending how the Patriots involve their running backs in the pass game.

“You’ve got to be alert for pick situations,” Vander Esch said Wednesday, one day before an MRI determined he won’t play Sunday. “You’ve got to know down and distance; that tells a lot. You’ve got to know their alignment. If you can just stay ahead of the snap, that pretty much does your job for you.”

The Cowboys didn’t quite see this practice week coming. No one did.

Defending the catch started early.

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ARLINGTON — It’s inspiring to see a player in his golden years set aside his glass of Metamucil to sip from the fountain of youth.

When two aging veterans and friends who have been together for the better part of a decade do it in the same game, well, that’s a moment to cherish.

Jason Witten and Sean Lee did just that in the waning seconds of a Cowboys victory that was as unexpected as it was dominant. Early Sunday evening, as the finishing touches were being put on a 44-21 victory over the LA Rams, the two spoke about what had taken place.

Witten made a beautiful, one-handed catch and spin for a 19-yard touchdown to stake the Cowboys to an early lead. Lee’s interception and impressive return late in the half meant the Dallas offense only needed to gain 9 yards to score a touchdown on its fourth consecutive possession.

The Rams never got closer than 21 points the rest of the day.

“For us old guys to have a couple of plays that can help the team win, it’s special,’’ Witten said. “We know where we are in our careers. We’ve always prided ourselves in the film work and preparation.

“Games like this is why you do all that work, to have a few moments where you can turn back that clock.’’

There’s a lot of clock to turn back.

Let’s start with 70. That’s the combined age of Witten and Lee. The two have accumulated 26 years of NFL experience. In case you’re wondering, that’s two more years than Ezekiel Elliott has on his birth certificate.

Elliott ran for 117 yards and two touchdowns while adding another 43 yards through the air as the Cowboys broke a three-game losing streak to set up next week’s showdown with Philadelphia for the NFC East title. But it was Witten who began the scoring parade for Dallas with a 19-yard reception, his longest scoring catch since December 2017 against the New York Giants.

“You know, it was awesome to see him make that play,’’ Lee said. “It fired me up.

“I couldn’t let him one up me.’’

He didn’t.

Lee’s interception in the final two minutes of the first half — fittingly, his first since December 2017 against the Giants — allowed the Cowboys to build an insurmountable lead. His 25-yard return down to the Rams’ 9-yard line featured a spin move he doesn’t even remember making.

Why didn’t he go ahead and score?

“I’m not that fast,’’ Lee replied.

The offensive starters ran onto the field to congratulate Lee before he could get back to the sidelines. They were as effusive and animated as he was with his teammates in their circle before the game kicked off.

“Not to get sentimental, but seeing the guys run on the field after I had that pick is something very special to me,’’ said Lee, who added a sack later in the game, the first credited solely to him since December 2015 against Washington. “That’s something I’ll remember for a long time.’’

Witten came out of retirement to return to the team and sport he loves this season.

Lee took a substantial pay cut and reduced role to be part of the Cowboys this season because, in his words, “I love this organization.’’ His high school coach, Jim Render, and 25 or so friends all the way back from elementary school, were at this game and celebrated with him afterward. He required a cortisone shot Friday afternoon for the injury to his quad and pelvis to play.

“I know how much he’s gone through to get back to this point,’’ Witten said.

That’s what the two men spoke about on the sidelines in the closing seconds.

“We’ve had a lot of good times together,’’ Witten said. “We’ve had unfortunately a lot of adversity together. As leaders and captains for a lot of those years, we feel like we carried that torch.

“When you come back, you always want to think about these good moments and these good plays. To be honest, it hasn’t always been that way this year.’’

It hasn’t. But the magnitude and thoroughness of Sunday’s win gives the Cowboys hope they can finish strong.

A couple of players in the sunset of their careers helped lead the way.

“Those guys represent everything you want in your organization, everything you want in terms of preparation and love for the game, their willingness to put the team first and then their performance,’’ head coach Jason Garrett said.

“I think that was reflective in our performance today.’’

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back Cowboys.

Oh, how they have been missing, reminding of that old song by the band America, and in deference to “A Horse With No Name,” as if they’ve been wandering through this NFL desert on a team with no _game._

Sitting at 6-7 after 13 games? That was not the team we saw in training camp.

A team crumbling away on a three-game losing streak? Not the team we saw winning the opening three games of the season.

A team having lost four of the past five games and seven of 10, and yet to beat anyone in the NFL with a winning record? Not even the team standing 5-3 halfway through the season.

Then out of nowhere this:

Cowboys 37, Rams 7, with 6:40 left in the fourth quarter.

Remember, it’s the Rams, dude, the team that eliminated the Cowboys from the 2018 playoffs, 30-22. The team that ran for 273 yards that day at the LA Coliseum. The defending NFC champion team – “This is the team that played in the Super Bowl last year, the Rams I’m talking about,” Cowboys owner Jerry jones emphasized – coming into AT&T Stadium before 90,436 on Sunday at 8-5, scrambling back into the NFC wild-card race on the strength of a two-game winning streak and having won three of its past four.

And the Cowboys did this to them, 44-21, giving up two touchdowns in the final b.s. moments, likely leaving the Rams with their heads swimming on the way back to Los Angeles, probably wondering, _which way did they go_ after getting run right over.

Where in the hell you guys been?

“We never left,” Maliek Collins said, dead serious. “Even though everybody else counted us out, we still here.”

Darn right they still here. Back to 7-7. Still tied for first place with the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East, with what I’ve been predicting and Dak Prescott claims is a “playoff game” coming in next Sunday’s showdown at Philadelphia with the division title on the line.

Cowboys win, become the first team to win back-to-back NFC East titles since the Eagles in 2003-04. Lose, and the Cowboys will be at the mercy of the New York Football Giants. Even if they beat the Redskins in the season finale, they would need the Giants to beat the Eagles in the final game to tie them at 8-8 and win the tiebreaker on the basis of a better division record (5-1 to 4-2).

Not the precarious position you want to be in, because as we know, the NFL helps those who help themselves, and neither the Giants nor the Redskins these past two games have given the Cowboys any help whatsoever.

Like Prescott said, “It’s a playoff game. Simple as that. It’s a rival. It’s a team in the division. It’s a ‘must win’ game. We have to approach it as a playoff game and we will. Back to work tomorrow.”

So these Cowboys, are they Jekyll or are they Hyde?

Schizo or in reboot mode?

See, all this blabbering about the team has no fight, no leadership. That head coach Jason Garrett has simply fallen on his head, that the team has tuned him out. That this team isn’t motivated, thinks it is entitled. That the young offensive coordinator is no Sean McVay. All that intangible garbage.

Remember, Friday, Jason Witten told you, “Look, you can’t confuse losing with fight. You can’t confuse losing with leadership. You can’t confuse it when you win or when you lose you’re in disarray.

“You’ve got to _play_ better.”

And how these Cowboys played better. Played even better than they did in their previous best game of the season when they battered the Eagles the first time around, 37-10. Probably played their best game against the best opponent since beating the Saints 13-10 last year. Offense, defense, special teams – only the third time all season, thanks to replacement kicker Kai Forbath, they were 100 percent on multiple field-goal attempts (3-for-3), including making two from 42 yards, one more 40-49-yard field goal than Brett Maher had made in 13 games.

Biggest difference on this Sunday?

Defense, defense, defense. Finally.

Don’t need to remind you that the last time the Cowboys played the Rams, they were the ones run right over, Los Angeles piling up 273 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the playoff win. Two-seventy-three now, an opponent playoff record.

This time?

Uh, 22 yards, and seven of those came when trailing 37-7 on Todd Gurley’s touchdown run, giving him a grand total of 20 yards on 11 carries. Twenty, now. Like the Rams ran for 251 fewer yards Sunday than they did in the playoff game. Gurley ran for 95 fewer than he totaled in that playoff game.

What the what?

“We learned schematically from things we did,” said linebackers coach Ben Bloom of the playoff game. “We learned, better play, players executed.”

“We understood their high tempo,” DeMarcus Lawrence said. “We had to get set.”

Set they got. Why, the Rams had all of three yards rushing in the first half. Gurley was two for two. Seriously, while the Cowboys were finishing the game with two 100-yard rushers for just the second time this year, Ezekiel Elliott schooling the Rams vaunted defense for 117 yards and two touchdowns before handing off to rookie Tony Pollard, totaling a career-high 131 thanks to a 44-yard touchdown run.

Like, 263 yards rushing.

Like, how good was that offensive line? Rams’ all-world defensive tackle Aaron Donald had only two assisted tackles at halftime, adding just one solo in the second half. On top of that, LA had zero sacks.

And how ’bout the two “old men,” the tight end Witten turning a one-handed catch into a spinning 19-yard touchdown on third-and-10, finishing with four catches for 36 yards, and linebacker Sean Lee, who didn’t practice all week with thigh and pec injuries – all he got were the walk-through practice reps – picking off Jared Goff, then returning the ball 25 yards to the Rams’ 9, acting as if he was back in his Upper St. Clair High running back days. That was Lee’s first pick since 2017, setting up what basically was the Cowboys’ knockout touchdown, Zeke from 3 yards out giving the Cowboys a 28-7 halftime lead.

Some latter day Ponce de Leons stumbling into the Fountain of youth?

And this offense? The NFL’s No. 1 offense (yards) totaling 475. Scoring five touchdowns, matching the season-high previously established in the season opener against the Giants. Scoring a season-high 44 points, the seventh time this season the Cowboys have scored at least 31 points – all seven victories.

Then there is this, and these coaches, these guys would never use this for the lackluster performances in the previous two losses, 26-15 to Buffalo and 31-24 to Chicago:

That aforementioned reboot.

This was just a tuckered out bunch following that grueling 13-9 loss to New England in the cold, wind and constant rain in Foxborough, Mass., followed by a 1:30 a.m. arrival Monday back in Dallas, no one getting to bed probably before 3 a.m., followed by playing three days later on Thanksgiving, followed by playing the following Thursday, totaling three of four road games in a 19-day span, starting with that 35-27 win at Detroit on Nov. 17.

This looked like a drained team – physically and mentally. Coaches under fire. Star players’ hearts questioned. Whatever could go wrong did, including starting off the game with a nearly botched coin toss rectified by audio review, of all things, back in New York.

But now we find out if these Cowboys are one-week wonders or if they indeed are the team we thought they were – can be – knowing the importance of next Sunday’s game at Philadelphia.

Can they duplicate this full-team, three-prong complementary performance.

“I don’t know if it’s a sense of replicating,” Prescott said. “It’s a sense of getting better from what we did today. We can’t say that we need to go out there and have the same performance. We have to go out there and improve on this one offensively and defensively.

“We have to be even better. Those field goals have to turn into touchdowns. It’s just about putting the pedal to the metal and trying to play our best ball when it means the most.”

Then just maybe everyone will once again know their game.

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FRISCO, Texas — It doesn’t take a Super Bowl champion to figure these things out, but it carries some extra weight coming from a guy who’s been there.

Asked about the attitude in the Cowboys’ locker room this week, Michael Bennett summed things up pretty nicely.

“I think the mood’s been good. I think everyone just wants to win,” he said. “When you want to win, there’s always going to be some chippiness.”

Chippiness has been the subject of the week after Ezekiel Elliott said the Cowboys got after it at a spirited Sunday practice. It’s an understandable byproduct of a two-game losing streak, but Bennett doesn’t think it has adversely affected the Cowboys heading into this week’s road trip to Chicago.

“I think everybody respects the amount of work each player puts in, the coaches put in,” he said. “But we want great output. And the output is winning. That’s the most important thing and we’re trying to figure out what’s the best way of doing that.”

Bennett has been in the news for his own role in that process. Following Thursday’s loss to Buffalo, he could be heard in the Cowboys’ locker room giving an impassioned speech to his teammates. He declined to comment on that, but he did say that this is the time for the Cowboys to take a hard look at themselves.

“Everybody enjoys winning, but losing makes you look into the mirror more and self-reflect on things you got to fix,” he said. “Sometimes, when you win you can overlook things but when you lose, the eye of the camera finds everything that’s wrong. So I think sometimes you’ve got to self-reflect and we’re at the moment where we’ve got to self-reflect and figure out how to put our best foot forward.”

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FRISCO – The Dallas Cowboys’ official position regarding the offensive line is that when second-year man Connor Williams is healthy, he will regain the starting left guard spot from Xavier Su’a-Filo. As we scan Thursday’s Practice/Injury Report for Sunday’s game at New England, the key phrase might be “when healthy.”

“I feel 100-percent,” said Williams on Wednesday as he returned to practice after missing Sunday’s win over Detroit – and having just had arthroscopic knee surgery following the club’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 10. “My goal was getting back this week.”

The Cowboys have the No. 1 offense in football and a record of success when Su’a-Filo plays. The Patriots have the No. 1 defense in the NFL. But Dallas is a 6.5-point underdog against a New England team that rarely loses at home. So for the 6-4 Cowboys, in trying to close the gap, every decision, every move, is of heightened importance.

That includes who starts at left guard. Is Williams healthy? Would another week benefit him? Is he a better player than Su’a-Filo? Is one O-lineman or another better suited to handle New England?

Williams has spent time lining up with the first team, and as you can see by the Practice/Injury Report, he’s “limited” – actually a sign of progress.

Dallas needs the right decision here and needs injury breaks, too. Hopefully they’ll get that in the form of another O-line starter, right tackle La’el Collins (knee), who has not practiced. Dallas hopes to have him Sunday, but if not, Cam Fleming – a former Patriot – would be the right tackle.

Also clearing health hurdles for Dallas are Amari Cooper, DeMarcus Lawrence and Jeff Heath (shoulder). Linbacker Joe Thomas (illness) missed a second straight day.

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DETROIT – Michael Gallup had family on his mind Sunday.

It’s been a year since Gallup learned of his brother Andrew’s passing just moments after the Cowboys played in Atlanta last November.

Sunday, honoring his brother, the second-year wide receiver delivered a career-high nine catches for 148 yards in the Cowboys’ 35-27 victory over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.

“Obviously it’s going to be tough around this time every year,” Gallup said afterward. “His birthday was Nov. 10, so it’s always a hard one.

“But to go out here and have fun and do what I love – he knows that I’ve always loved this game, and he was up there watching me. So it’s a good feeling to be able to do that for him and have the family watch as well.”

The Cowboys’ top-ranked offense needed Gallup’s production, particularly after falling behind 7-0 early. Lead receiver Amari Cooper, battling through a knee contusion the last two weeks, had three catches for 38 yards and appeared to have his snaps managed at points in the game.

Gallup’s back-to-back catches of 12 and 14 yards set up a first-quarter field goal that got Dallas on the scoreboard. Then, late in the second quarter, he made a leaping 41-yard catch over Lions cornerback Mike Ford – despite defensive pass interference penalty – to put the offense inside Detroit’s 10-yard line.

Ezekiel Elliott scored on a 1-yard touchdown run two plays later to give Dallas a 17-14 lead. They never trailed again.

“I wasn’t supposed to run that route. I kind of messed myself up,” Gallup said. “That’s really why I had to catch the ball because I messed it up. I’d just seen him throw it up in the air, and he was behind me so I had to fight through him.”

Last year, Gallup played on Thanksgiving just four days after learning of his brother’s passing. He received the game ball after that victory.

Football, he said Sunday, “helps me fill that void.”

“I go out there and do what I do, and he definitely sees it.”

Said quarterback Dak Prescott: “Proud of him. I know his brother’s proud of him. When you’re a ball player, being able to go out there on that field and be at peace, it just allows you to be who you are. And that’s what Michael Gallup did tonight.”