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Cowboys giving up points at historic pace

The Cowboys are giving up points like no NFL team in decades. After Monday night’s 38-10 loss to the Cardinals, the Cowboys have now given up 218 points through six games this season. That’s the most since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger, and it puts them on pace to allow 581 points over a 16-game season. [more]

Kyler Murray says he needs to do better after “sloppy” performance against Cowboys

The Arizona Cardinals may have earned a 28-point victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night but quarterback Kyler Murray isn’t thrilled with his own performance. “For me personally the whole game was sloppy,” Murray told reporters after the game. Murray threw for 188 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for 74 yards on [more]

Ezekiel Elliott on his two fumbles: I’m sorry; this one is on me

The Cowboys didn’t have Dak Prescott and his 371.2 passing yards per game. And Ezekiel Elliott‘s two fumbles — which came in a three-play span in the second quarter — got the Cowboys in a hole they couldn’t dig out of without their star quarterback. “I don’t think we can use that as an excuse,” [more]

Kyler Murray, Kliff Kingsbury return home and get blowout of Cowboys

Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray had happy homecomings, beating up on a homecoming opponent. The Cardinals came to AT&T Stadium and acted as if they owned the place, whipping the home team from start to finish. Arizona beat (and beat up) the Cowboys 38-10. They are 4-2, good for a second-place tie with the Rams [more]

Kyler Murray, Christian Kirk feeling at home as Arizona leads 21-3 at half

Kyler Murray, who grew up in the Dallas area, has never lost at AT&T Stadium. It’s a pretty good bet he will walk out of the stadium tonight with wins as a high school quarterback, a college quarterback and a pro quarterback. The Cardinals lead the Cowboys 21-3 at halftime. Murray hasn’t had his best [more]

Ezekiel Elliott’s two lost fumbles lead to Cardinals’ touchdowns

Ezekiel Elliott can’t hold onto the football. He lost two fumbles in three plays in the second quarter, resulting in short fields and touchdowns for the Cardinals. Arizona leads 14-0. Elliott now has five fumbles this season. No other running back even has three. He has lost four of them. Budda Baker forced Elliott’s first [more]

Zack Martin leaves for locker room to be evaluated for concussion

Cowboys right guard Zack Martin is the latest injury to the team’s once-vaunted offensive line. Martin had a rough first quarter. He initially was checked for a stinger, and Connor McGovern warmed up. Martin briefly returned to the lineup before leaving after a hit to the head. Martin underwent a cognitive exam in the blue [more]

D.J. Humphries, Devon Kennard active for Cardinals

Cardinals left tackle D.J. Humphries was a late addition to the team’s injury report, but he won’t miss Monday night’s game. Humphries was limited in Saturday’s practice with a back injury and he was listed as questionable to face the Cowboys. Humphries is active for the game and should be in his customary spot in [more]

Cardinals sign Evan Baylis, promote Trevon Coley, Reggie Walker

The Cardinals announced they signed tight end Evan Baylis to the active roster from the practice squad. They also elevated defensive lineman Trevon Coley and linebacker Reggie Walker from the practice squad. Baylis played last week against the Jets after being elevated to the active roster from the practice squad. He originally joined the Cardinals’ [more]

Cowboys put Cam Erving on COVID-19 list

Offensive lineman Cam Erving was out for Monday night’s game against the Cardinals because he’s on injured reserve with a knee injury before another announcement that would have ruled him out for Week Six. Nick Eatman of the team’s website reports that Erving has been placed on the team’s reserve/COVID-19 list. Per Eatman, the team [more]

Cowboys activate Leighton Vander Esch, put Dak Prescott on IR

The Cowboys officially dropped quarterback Dak Prescott from the active roster on Monday afternoon and his departure makes room for the return of a defensive starter. Prescott has been placed on injured reserve as a result of the compound ankle fracture he suffered against the Giants in Week Five. Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch has been [more]

Cowboys adding Justin Hamilton from practice squad for Monday’s game

The Cowboys will be adding a defensive tackle to the roster for Monday night’s game against the Cardinals. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that the team is calling Justin Hamilton up from the practice squad. Hamilton spent some time on the active roster last year, but did not appear in any games. He has [more]

Both Monday games on with no positive COVID-19 tests for any team

Week Six of the 2020 season is scheduled to wrap up with a Monday night doubleheader and both games are set to go off as planned after the four teams received the latest round of COVID-19 testing results. Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports that the Bills, Chiefs, Cardinals and Cowboys all had nothing [more]

Dak Prescott keeps taking COVID-19 tests so he can stay around team

Some players who suffer season-ending injuries rehab away from the team. Others stick around as long as they can. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, despite suffering a compound fracture dislocation of the ankle and undergoing immediate surgery to repair the break and stave off infection after the bone broke through the skin, already has been back [more]

Raiders bringing in David Irving for a visit

Defensive end David Irving was reinstated from his indefinite suspension on Friday and he’s lined up his first visit with a potential employer. The league’s daily wire shows that the Raiders will have Irving in for a visit. Irving last played for the Cowboys in 2018 before being suspended in March 2019. Irving was set [more]

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