Posts Tagged ‘Dallas Cowboys’

Cowboys’ Dak Prescott Believes Calf ‘Had Something to Do’ With 2020 Ankle Injury

Thursday, October 28th, 2021

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott told reporters on Thursday that he believes his current calf injury is related to the season-ending compound right ankle fracture and dislocation he suffered during the 2020 campaign: Michael Gehlken @GehlkenNFL Cowboys QB Dak Prescott: “I honestly think this calf had something to do” with last season’s ankle injury. Both injuries to right leg. Calf strain a “wake up” that as much as he’s work to bury 2020 ankle injury, it happened, and it was serious.

2 clues about how Florida’s Dan Mullen will use Anthony Richardson, Emory Jones

Thursday, October 28th, 2021

Florida coach Dan Mullen, unsurprisingly, has not announced whether the Gators will start incumbent quarterback Emory Jones or dynamic redshirt freshman Anthony Richardson against No. 1 Georgia. His decision makes sense. Unless he feels the Gators need an undisputed starting quarterback for leadership purposes, there’s no advantage to giving Georgia any hint about his game plan. History, ...

NFL against the spread picks: Vikings look for validation against Cowboys

Thursday, October 28th, 2021

Minnesota has had plenty of close calls, for better and worse.

Dak Prescott’s health at heart of Cowboys-Vikings showdown

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

The status of Dak Prescott was to be firmed up later in the week as the Dallas Cowboys prepare for an offensive showdown with the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night in Minneapolis. A bye week didn't totally cure the calf strain Prescott suffered in Week 6, and he was a limited practice participant on Wednesday. The Cowboys (5-1) badly want Prescott on the field against the Vikings (3-3) but aren't pushing the pace yet.

Flank Anatomy: Cowboys play design to free Schultz a thing of beauty

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

The Cowboys crafty coordinator Kellen Moore finds another way to drop an explosive play, this time on the Patriots. @DailyGoonerRaf goes through the anatomy of this specific iteration of Flank LT.

Cowboys’ Elliott, Chiefs’ Hill among best bets to score

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

He’ll face a Chargers team this week that stifles the pass but bends for the run, allowing the second-most rushing TDs in the league this season. With a 39.63% TD dependency, Harris is right in the sweet spot for being able to keep up his current scoring profile. JAMES ROBINSON, Jaguars It’s a good thing the Jaguars had a bye last week, because James Robinson surely needed some rest from carrying the offense for four consecutive weeks.

CTP’s In The Huddle – Vikings Realistic Expectations

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Will his depth be missed? Was the trade price worth it? Speaking of trades, the deadline is quickly approaching on November 2nd.

Cowboys’ Urban, Canady will miss at least 3 games on IR

Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

The Associated Press The Dallas Cowboys placed defensive lineman Brent Urban and cornerback Maurice Canady on injured reserve Tuesday, sidelining both for at least three games. Urban has a triceps injury, and Canady sustained a concussion in Dallas' last game, a 35-29 overtime victory against New England on Oct. 17. The moves came a day after the Cowboys shifted receiver Michael Gallup to the IR-designated for return list.

John Shipley: Just in time for Halloween, Vikings back from the dead

Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

Oct. 26—Asked Monday about the brutal schedule the Vikings have ahead of them, offensive tackle Brian O'Neill claimed ignorance. "To be honest, I had no idea who we play after the Cowboys until you just told me," he said. Sorry, Brian. Now you know. Minnesota's next four opponents — the Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Chargers and Green Bay Packers — boast a combined record of ...

NFL picks, predictions for Week 8: Vikings stun Cowboys; Lions upset Eagles; Packers edge Cardinals

Monday, October 25th, 2021

Packers 28, Cardinals 24 Sunday, 1 p.m. FOX The Panthers' season has spiraled in the wrong direction, which has led to some early cases of Sam Darnold remorse. Carolina needs Christian McCaffrey back in the worst way, but it might not matter.