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Dan Le Batard, Papi and Bomani Jones talks about Matt Hasselbeck performance compared to Andrew Luck, Ryan Mallet's body language after being benched, if the Dodgers should start Clayton Kershaw over Zack Grienke, the Cowboys defending Greg Hardy and more.
Patriots are a team on a mission
Usually, Dave Tuley would be all over Dallas (+8.5) as a big home underdog. But Tuley isn't willing to step in front of the New England train. NFL's best bets (Insider)
The Dallas Cowboys plan to use Matt Cassel as the backup to Brandon Weeden for the first time since trading for him two weeks ago, sources told ESPN's Ed Werder.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee was 8 or 9 years old when he first met Bill Belichick.
Matt Cassel said he will be active for Sunday's game against his former team, the Patriots, but he was not sure in what capacity.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has made it through the NFL's concussion protocol and will play on Sunday against the Patriots.
Two of the best tight ends of the past decade will be on the same field Sunday when the Dallas Cowboys host the New England Patriots.
The cards are stacked against Dallas
Without Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, the Cowboys will have their hands full trying to keep pace with the Patriots' explosive offense. Do Mike Reiss or Todd Archer think Dallas can pull off the upset? NFL Nation predictions
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Sean Lee has been cleared to play for Sunday's game against the Patriots. He has practiced the last two days with no issues from his concussion last week.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones understood why Greg Hardy's comments from earlier in the week were criticized, but he believes any comment made by the defensive end would have drawn extra attention.
Former Patriot Jeremy Mincey, now with Dallas, on Tom Brady: '... any man like that you got to pull your hat off for him and congratulate him.'
Dan, Stu & Sarah Spain on Thabo Sefolosha being acquitted, on Jerry Jones defending Greg Hardy plus they are joined by Big Boi and Seth Meyers. And the Grid of Death!
The Dallas Cowboys Twitter mailbag is ready. In it we discuss the team's level of panic, Dez Bryant and Christine Michael.
Lance Dunbar to undergo surgery today
The Cowboys RB will have knee surgery later Friday, according to Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. Dunbar tore the ACL in his left knee in Sunday's loss to the Saints and is out for the season.
The rules change on PATs hasn't affected Dan Bailey yet, as he remains perfect on the season (11-for-11 on PATs, 6-for-6 on field goals).
As we run though the Week 5 picks, let's nominate some award winners for the first quarter of the season, for trophies both real and imagined.
Can Dallas scheme Witten open?
Jason Witten could be in for a long day against New England. The Patriots' are excellent at taking away their opponents' No. 1 option, which could make life difficult for the Cowboys' tight end. Fantasy advice (Insider)
Cowboys must get running game in sync
Dallas won 12 games and the division last season thanks to a dominant running game -- but 2015 has been a different story. What happened?
Dallas won 12 games and the NFC East last season thanks to a dominant running game, but its offensive identity has disappeared, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor.
The NFL's standards for success on and off the field meet Sunday at AT&T Stadium when the Dallas Cowboys take on the New England Patriots.
ESPNW: Hardy news conference a 'disaster'
Dallas DE Greg Hardy told reporters Wednesday he planned to come out "guns blazing" and said of Tom Brady's wife, Gisele Bundchen, "Have you seen [her]? I hope she comes to the game." The NFL has made progress, but it still has a lot it needs to get right, writes Jane McManus. Will it ever change?
Cowboys vs Patriots
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