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2019-11-15 16:30
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136.5
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150.5
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143.5
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145
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139
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131
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137.5
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154.5
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143
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157.5
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136
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135.5
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143
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145.5
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143
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137
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142.5
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3 41%
141
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125.5
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6.5 4%
135.5

Dallas Cowboys

  • Super Bowl Championships: 5
  • Last Super Bowl Championship: Super Bowl 30
  • Claim to Fame: Have won the most NFC Championships (8) and have the highest regular-season winning percentage in NFL history (57.3%)
  • Claim to Shame: Just three winning seasons in the last eight years

“America’s Team” took shape in 1960 under the guidance of head coach Tom Landry.

Starting in 1966, the Cowboys set the standard for excellence, with an NFL-record 20 straight winning seasons that included 18 playoff appearances, 13 division titles, five Super Bowl appearances, and a pair of Super Bowl titles.

The current iteration of the Cowboys took shape in 1989, when the team was purchased by Jerry Jones.

A franchise-altering trade of Herschel Walker netted them a bounty of pics that would form “The team of the 90s”. Led by QB Troy Aikman, RB Emmitt Smith, WR Michael Irvin, and a cast of other stars, they won three Super Bowls in four years, the last being Super Bowl 30.

But that’s the last time Dallas has been to the big dance, as success has been much harder to come by of late.

In 2016, the team found a pair of cornerstones in quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott, to match what is widely considered to be the best offensive line in football.

After a 14-2 season in 2016, expectations were through the roof in Big D, but everything cratered. Elliott’s off-field issues eventually led to a suspension, and five-time Pro Bowl LT Tyron Smith battled injuries, missing games and limiting his effectiveness.

Those factors helped lead to Prescott’s regression in his sophomore year. He dipped in every major offensive category, including completion percentage, passing yards, TD passes and – two of the most glaring – his QB rating plummeted from 104.9 to 86.6 and his interceptions spiked from four to 13.

The 2018 season marked something of a rebound, as Dallas won the NFC East with a 10-6 record, despite a middling +15 point difference. Last year’s ‘Boys were a defense-first team, surprisingly, which recorded the second-best points against in the NFC (324).

When Elliott’s  holdout is finally put to rest, the 2019 Cowboys will have the look of a balanced NFC Championship contender. The defense has all the pieces that made it elite last year, the run-game will be a menace once again, and Prescott should continue to build chemistry with mid-2018 addition Amari Cooper.

ATS Record

Overall Home Away
5-3-0 3-1-0 2-2-0

Over/Under Record

Overall Home Away
5-3-0 2-2-0 3-1-0

Team defense

Type Rank Season Stats
PPG Allowed 5 17.8
YPG Allowed 6 318.1
Passing YPG Allowed 7 220.9
Rushing YPG Allowed 10 97.3
Turnovers Forced 10 12

Team offense

Type Rank Season Stats
PPG 5 28.4
YPG 1 436.8
Passing YPG 4 287.5
Rushing YPG 4 149.3
Turnovers Committed 14 11

Team standings

Name Record Div Record Streak
DAL 5-3-0 4-0-0 2W
NYG 2-7-0 1-2-0 5L
PHI 5-4-0 1-1-0 2W
WAS 1-8-0 0-3-0 3L

Team leaders

Name Score Achievement
Dak Prescott 2,380 Passing
Ezekiel Elliott 741 Rushing
Amari Cooper 701 Receiving
Dak Prescott 18 Touchdowns
Robert Quinn 7 Sacks
Xavier Woods 2 Interceptions

Injury reports

Player Injury Status Notes
Noah Brown Knee IR Brown has been placed on the PUP list while recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery. There is no timetable for return. Lasted Updated: 09/01/2019
La'el Collins Knee questionable Collins has a knee injury, and it is unclear if he will line up against the Vikings on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019
Amari Cooper Knee probable Cooper is expected to suit up against the Vikings on Sunday despite a knee contusion. Lasted Updated: 11/07/2019
Tyrone Crawford Hip IR Crawford has been placed on injured reserve due to hip surgery. Lasted Updated: 10/20/2019
Cameron Fleming Calf questionable Fleming missed the last game due to a calf injury. It is undetermined if he will be available for Sunday's matchup against the Vikings. Lasted Updated: 11/05/2019
Kavon Frazier Pectoral IR Frazier sustained a torn pectoral and is on the injured reserve list. Lasted Updated: 09/30/2019
Michael Gallup Knee probable Gallup is anticipated to take the field against the Vikings on Sunday despite a knee injury. Lasted Updated: 11/07/2019
Randy Gregory Suspension out Gregory has been suspended for an undermined length of time due to violating the league's substance abuse policy. Lasted Updated: 02/26/2019
Jeff Heath Shoulder questionable Heath left the previous game with shoulder and knee injuries. It is unclear if he will return for Sunday's contest versus the Vikings. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019
Jalen Jelks Foot IR Jelks will spend an undetermined length of time on injured reserve due to a left foot sprain. Lasted Updated: 09/01/2019
Jon'Vea Johnson Shoulder IR Johnson is on the injured reserve list with a shoulder injury. Lasted Updated: 09/01/2019
Sean Lee Pectoral questionable Lee is dealing with a pectoral injury, and it is unknown if he will face the Vikings on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019
Lance Lenoir Jr. Knee IR Lenoir Jr. is on the injured reserve list due to patellar tendon surgery. Lasted Updated: 09/01/2019
Zack Martin Back questionable Martin is battling injuries to his back and ankle. It is undetermined if he will be active Sunday against the Vikings. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019
Connor McGovern Pectoral IR McGovern has been placed on the injured reserve list due to a partially torn pectoral muscle and is in danger of missing the entire 2019 season. Lasted Updated: 09/02/2019
Daniel Ross Shoulder IR Ross has hit the injured reserve list due to a shoulder injury. Lasted Updated: 09/01/2019
Tyron Smith Ankle questionable Smith is bothered by an ankle injury, and it has yet to be established if he will take the field against the Vikings on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019
Leighton Vander Esch Neck questionable Vander Esch sat out the previous game with a neck injury. It is unknown if he will play against the Vikings on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/05/2019
Chris Westry Hamstring IR Westry has landed on the injured reserve list with a hamstring injury. Lasted Updated: 09/02/2019
Cody Wichmann Calf IR Wichmann is projected to be sidelined for an extended period while on injured reserve due to a calf injury. Lasted Updated: 09/01/2019
SBT's score
67.5