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2015 Schedule
4-12, 4th in NFC East
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Running back of the future?

Ezekiel Elliott would like nothing more than to run behind Dallas' dominant O-line at the next level. But are the Cowboys a realistic landing place on draft day for the Buckeye standout? NFL rumors

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Should Dallas be the NFC East favorite?

Our panel sure thinks so, with the Cowboys landing just a bit outside the top 10. That's the power of a healthy Tony Romo at quarterback. Way-too-early Power Rankings

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Plenty of ways to win

Peyton Manning is the first quarterback since Ben Roethlisberger in Super Bowl XL to win the Lombardi Trophy without throwing a touchdown pass.

Romo: Return worth the risk (2:24)
Romo: Drama more about record (2:49)
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Crystal ball: Cowboys will bounce back

It was a nightmare season for Tony Romo & Co., but Dan Graziano sees Dallas restoring order in the NFC East next season behind a healthy No. 9. Crystal ball for 2016

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Carolina has a tough hill to climb

Getting to the Super Bowl is a hard enough task, but returning to the big game a year after losing? That is truly a rare feat. Only the '70 Cowboys and '71 Dolphins came back and hoisted the Lombardi Trophy a year after confetti fell on their opponent.

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Riding off into the sunset?

If Super Bowl 50 was indeed Peyton Manning's final game, Hollywood couldn't have scripted a better ending. The sure-fire Hall of Famer wouldn't be the first legend to finish on top.

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Dallas is nowhere without Romo

How important has Tony Romo been for the Cowboys? Dallas has gone 1-13 in games started by quarterbacks other than Romo over the last three seasons.

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Denver continues to dominate

Super Bowl 50 was the Broncos' third title in the past 25 seasons. Only the Patriots have captured more Lombardi Trophies during that stretch.

Going out on top (2:44)
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2dJeff Legwold

Favre, Stabler highlight eight-member Hall class

Quarterbacks Brett Favre and Ken Stabler and receiver Marvin Harrison headline the Pro Football Hall of Fame's eight-member class of 2016. They will be formally inducted in Canton on Aug. 6.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Troy Aikman and Terry Bradshaw chat on the red carpet of NFL honors.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Don Shula and Roger Staubach share a moment on the Red Carpet before NFL Honors...

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Newton isn't just a college star

Cam Newton joins Jim Plunkett and Roger Staubach as the only Heisman-winning QBs to start in the Super Bowl -- both Plunkett and Staubach won their first starts on the big stage.

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On the doorstep of immortality

Terrell Owens, Brett Favre and Alan Faneca are all finalists in their first year of eligibility for the Hall of Fame. They are competing with Marvin Harrison, Kurt Warner and others for enshrinement in Canton.

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Jason Witten: Jerry Jones' personnel choices

Cowboys TE Jason Witten dishes on his role for Dallas, his future, losing Tony Romo to injury this season, Jerry Jones' personnel decisions and Greg Hardy's fit with the team.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Emmitt Smith hanging out on Radio Row.

Stephen A.: Manziel's father's cry for help is commendable (2:09)

Team Stats

Passing Yards216.927th
Rushing Yards118.19th
Points For17.231st
Points Against23.416th

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