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Could the Chiefs abandon the running game? Who is the Cowboys' RB1? Our reporters fill you in before Sunday's games.
Cowboys linebacker Keanu Neal has tested positive for COVID-19, coach Mike McCarthy said, and has to start a new 10-day isolation period, meaning he will miss at least one game.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott says it's going to be "exciting" to play his first game at AT&T Stadium since suffering a season-ending ankle injury in 2020.
Our NFL team reporters have you covered with big-name injury updates entering Week 3.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Mike McCarthy did not show up with a “Beat Philly,” t-shirt for Friday's press conference but he understands the importance of Monday. “These division games are so important all the way through. Who's the biggest rival, I get it. Been there, done that,” he said. “But this is a very important game because of what the division brings to you. The numbers speak for themselves, the success you have in the division obviously directly relates to your playoff opportunity.”
We asked people around the NFL which players' games deserve more respect. After a hot start, it's no surprise that Derek Carr led our list. Who else made the top 10?
'I'll be wearing this all week': Eagles coach Nick Sirianni wears 'Beat Dallas' shirt ahead of matchup with Cowboys
Nick Sirianni is facing the Dallas Cowboys for the first time as a head coach -- and he's already giving them bulletin board material.
Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott and Philadelphia Eagles' Jalen Hurts bring top-notch intangibles to QB duel
Prescott is the more experienced and accomplished NFL quarterback, but the leadership and mentality of both signal-callers suggest they each have a bright future.
Defensive standouts DeMarcus Ware and Robert Mathis, and receivers Andre Johnson, Steve Smith and Anquan Boldin are among 10 first-year eligible players nominated for the 2022 Class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Monday's home opener vs. Philadelphia is the first of three straight at AT&T Stadium for the Cowboys with an opportunity to get on a roll. “To have three in a row you definitely want to take advantage of that,” Mike McCarthy said. “At the end of the day these games are so hard to win, especially on the road. And the hardest games are the division games. That is really what our focus is on. I didn't even talk about all three games to our team. We are all about Philadelphia right now.”
The Raiders' defense looks vastly improved. Teddy Bridgewater is a perfect fit in Denver. And Brandon Aiyuk has only one catch for the 49ers.
Say what? While one quarterback was focused on securing a beer endorsement, another was more concerned with taking shots downfield. Here is what was said in Week 2.
Deebo Samuel is among the top point-getters at receiver, Sam Darnold looks improved and Devin Singletary has stepped it up a notch.
The Cowboys aren't far from 0-2. But they eked out a needed win on the road that could provide the foundation the season is built upon.
Were you not entertained? Another NFL Sunday meant another round of "What just happened?" moments. From the Ravens honoring Omar to ageless Tom Brady, here's what you might have missed during Week 2.
Judging Week 2 NFL overreactions: Are the Cowboys the NFC East favorite? Are the Raiders contenders?
Dallas got its first win, while Las Vegas moved to 2-0 after a victory in Pittsburgh. Let's overreact to what happened in Week 2.
Mike McCarthy said the Cowboys did not settle for a 56-yard field goal to decide Sunday's game on purpose.
— Throughout his rehab from a broken ankle last season, Dak Prescott thought about what it would feel like to be on the field again and lead the Dallas Cowboys on a game-winning drive.
|1(12)||Micah Parsons||ILB||Penn State|
|3(36)||Nahshon Wright||CB||Oregon State|
|6(43)||Israel Mukuamu||CB||South Carolina|