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.
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Stephen Gostkowski of the New England Patriots is the best kicker in the NFL, according to an NFL Nation survey of his peers.
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 rookie DB Byron Jones has met or exceeded expectations in covering opposing tight ends, but Rob Gronkowski is on another level.
Cowboys RB Randle doesn't say much about play that got him benched against Saints.
Brandon Weeden has functioned well filling in for Tony Romo even as the Cowboys have lost both of his starts.
Cowboys speak to Hardy about comments
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett spoke with DE Greg Hardy about his comments about returning "guns blazing," and about the wife of Tom Brady. Said Garrett: "We just addressed it immediately. That's not how we want to operate as an organization. Players and coaches in our organization understand that. We want to distinguish ourselves with our play, not with what we say."
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been running on a treadmill and the team remains hopeful he can return for the Giants game on Oct. 25.
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett spoke with defensive end Greg Hardy regarding his comments about returning "guns blazing," and about the wife of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith debate Jerry Jones speaking about Greg Hardy, the Texans' struggles and Kobe being ranked #93. Plus, they discuss the fight between Derek Fisher and Matt Barnes.
If Anthony Hitchens played baseball, he would have a utility title. He can do just about anything.
Jones on Hardy 'guns' comment: 'Oh my ...'
When informed of DE Greg Hardy's curious choice of words to describe his return from suspension, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told SI: "Oh my goodness," before adding, "Well, you're not allowed to have guns on the football field. We all know that's just a way of expressing yourself. I hope his guns are ablazin'." Commissioner weighs in
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Jason Garrett has spoken to Greg Hardy about the defensive end's comments regarding "guns blazing" and Tom Brady's wife, saying that's not what the organization stands for. "We want to distinguish ourselves with our play, not with what you say ... He understands that now," Garrett said.
ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi shares his insight on what stands out to him in Sunday's Patriots-Cowboys game.
Brandon Weeden has done a solid job as Tony Romo's backup the first two games.
Stretching the field with Weeden
Brandon Weeden has steadily increased the average distance of his throws in the three games he has played this season. Will Dallas let the QB air it out against New England?
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was a little taken aback Wednesday when informed of linebacker Greg Hardy's curious choice of words to describe his return.
When the Dallas Cowboys face the New England Patriots this week, they'll get a glimpse of the franchise that they want to model themselves after.
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