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Crunchy mouthpieces, frozen gloves: Cowboys’ 2013 trip to Chicago – Dallas Cowboys Blog

[ad_1] Center Travis Frederick grew up in Wisconsin, not far from the Illinois border. He played football at the University of Wisconsin. He has gone ice fishing. He knows cold.At least he thought he did until Dec. 9, 2013 when the Dallas Cowboys played the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field."I think that's the coldest game I've ever played in," Frederick said, thinking back to his rookie season.• Vikes' playoff chances
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Week 14 NFL Power Rankings — 1-32 poll, plus who’s under fire in the final month

[ad_1] 6:40 AM ETNFL NationESPN The NFL Power Rankings looked at players, coaches and executives on the hot seat in the preseason. Now that we're in the home stretch of the regular season, we figured we'd revisit this subject and see who was under fire going into the final month.From players with rocky futures, coaches who might have to update their résumés or executives whose rosters are under scrutiny, our
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Cowboys left guard Connor Williams’ season ends with torn ACL

[ad_1] FRISCO, Texas - Just as the Dallas Cowboys received good news regarding the health of wide receiver Amari Cooper's left knee, following Thursday's loss to the Buffalo Bills, the team lost left guard Connor Williams to a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.Williams left the game in the second quarter after an Ezekiel Elliott run, but returned for the opening series of the third quarter only to
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Don’t count out the Dallas Cowboys yet

[ad_1] Dallas Cowboys fans are in a panic. Losing a close game to the Patriots in Foxborough, Massachusetts, was one thing, but a 26-15 loss to the Bills at home on Thanksgiving ruined dinners across America. It's beginning to feel like a lost season for a Cowboys team that before the season expected to contend for a Super Bowl. You can tell things aren't going well when the in-game news
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2019 NFL playoff picture – AFC, NFC standings, seeds, scenarios and outlook in Week 13

[ad_1] The NFL's trio of Thanksgiving Day games delivered one divisional championship and put a second team on the cusp of a playoff berth. The Saints clinched the NFC South with a 26-18 victory over the Falcons, securing the first of 12 playoff spots. They are the 15th team to win a division in Week 13 or earlier since the league realigned into eight divisions in 2002. Another of those
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he’s sticking with Jason Garrett

[ad_1] ARLINGTON, Texas -- For better or worse, Jerry Jones is sticking with coach Jason Garrett as the Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager continues to believe better days are coming in the final month of the season, even after Thursday's dismal 26-15 loss to the Buffalo Bills."This is not the time for me [to make a coaching change]," Jones said outside the locker room with tears in his eyes.
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Week 13 NFL takeaways – Biggest stories and lessons from every game

[ad_1] Thursday's first game went as expected with the Bears beating the Lions, who were down to their third-string quarterback. The Bills proved they were for real in the second game, beating the Cowboys at Dallas.Here are Week 13's biggest takeaways from NFL Nation.Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky played his best game of the season. It's easy to pick apart the handful of mistakes Trubisky committed against the Lions. Yes, Trubisky
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Source — Cowboys won’t fire Jason Garrett during season

[ad_1] Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones and executive vice president Stephen Jones will allow Jason Garrett to finish the season as the team's head coach -- no matter what, a high-ranking source familiar with their thinking told ESPN on Thursday.That is the plan even though Jones has been publicly critical of Garrett and the coaching staff since the team's 13-9 loss to the New England Patriots in