Jason Peters was informed he will be active and could even start the first game of his 18th NFL season when the Dallas Cowboys face the New York Giants on "Monday Night Football." It would be career game No.
A storied NFC East rivalry adds another chapter when the Giants host the Cowboys tonight at MetLife Stadium. This will be the 12th time the two teams have met on Monday Night Football, with Dallas holding an 8-3 series advantage.
The New York Giants are hosting their rivals, the Dallas Cowboys for Monday Night Football this week. Through two weeks, the Giants have been one of the biggest surprises in the NFL as they sit at 2-0 with a road win over the number one seed from last year, the Tennessee Titans.
The NFL is a year-round sport, they just limit the actual games played to the months September through February. The talent acquisition process keeps things intriguing as clubs use free agency, trades and the draft to try and improve their chances in-between schedules.
The Dallas Cowboys' season started off with headlines left and right. After losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19-3 in Week 1, it was also announced that quarterback Dak Prescott would be out for the foreseeable future and need surgery on his hand. Many counted Dallas out at that point, chalking 2022 up as a lost season.
The Dallas Cowboys are saying goodbye to a prospect ... SEPT 26 NFL BEST? “I think Philadelphia is the best team in football right now.” – Jason Garrett, the former Dallas Cowboys coach, speaking as an NBC "Sunday Night'' analyst.
Cooper Rush and the Dallas Cowboys take on the New York Giants tonight in the first divisional game of the season. The world was caving in on Dallas after its season-opening loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Week two was a statement win for the Cowboys coaching staff and Mike McCarthy. As the Dallas Cowboys prepare for their second primetime start in as many seasons for Cooper Rush, they’ve found a new confidence in 2022 after Rush beat the Bengals to avoid an 0-2 start in week two.
The Dallas Cowboys are once again looking to overcome an injury-caused absence from Dak Prescott. Fortunately, unlike the gruesome ankle injury that knocked him out for the final 11 games of the 2020s season, the thumb injury he has now will only keep him sidelined for a handful of weeks.
The Dallas Cowboys got their first win of the season last Sunday, and it just so happened to be against the defending AFC Champion Cincinnati Bengals. It was a surprising win based on two things: the abysmal performance of the offense in its loss to Tampa Bay in Week 1, and backup Cooper Rush starting at quarterback for the injured Dak Prescott.
The Cowboys have never been shy about inviting controversy into their locker room. Least of all at QB. Even the Hall of Fame QB, Troy Aikman, struggled to win over the Dallas fan base at the beginning of his career.
The Dallas Cowboys have been dealing with a couple of injuries to their stars to start the season. The good news for them is that wide receiver Michael Gallup now appears to be closing in on his highly-anticipated return to action.
Dallas Cowboys star linebacker Micah Parsons missed his second straight practice on Friday due to what is being labeled as an illness. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told the team website on Thursday that Parsons tested negative for both COVID-19 and the flu.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones caused quite a stir on Thursday when he seemed to suggest that Dak Prescott could have to battle for the starting quarterback job with Cooper Rush upon his return from injury.