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Dallas Cowboys

Stadium: AT&T Stadium | Coach: Jason Garrett
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense15th94.0 (24th)247.1 (13th)
Defense27th128.5 (22nd)286.8 (28th)

Schedule

Sun Sep 8
W 36 - 31NYG
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Sun Sep 15
L 17 - 16at KC
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Sun Sep 22
W 31 - 7STL
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Sun Sep 29
L 30 - 21at SD
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Sun Oct 6
L 51 - 48DEN
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Sun Oct 13
W 31 - 16WAS
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Sun Oct 20
W 17 - 3at PHI
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Sun Oct 27
L 31 - 30at DET
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Sun Nov 3
W 27 - 23MIN
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Sun Nov 10
L 49 - 17at NO
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Sun Nov 24
W 24 - 21at NYG
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Thu Nov 28
W 31 - 24OAK
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Mon Dec 9
L 45 - 28at CHI
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Sun Dec 15
L 37 - 36GB
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Sun Dec 22
W 24 - 23at WAS
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Sun Dec 29
L 24 - 22PHI
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Standings

NFC
South
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Carolina9-3-012-4-0
New Orleans9-3-011-5-0
Atlanta3-9-04-12-0
Tampa Bay2-10-04-12-0
NFC
North
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Green Bay6-5-18-7-1
Chicago4-8-08-8-0
Detroit6-6-07-9-0
Minnesota4-7-15-10-1
NFC
West
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Seattle10-2-013-3-0
San Francisco9-3-012-4-0
Arizona6-6-010-6-0
St. Louis4-8-07-9-0
NFC
East
CONF
W-L-T
Overall
W-L-T
Philadelphia9-3-010-6-0
Dallas7-5-08-8-0
New York6-6-07-9-0
Washington1-11-03-13-0
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LaRon Byrd visited Giants, checking out Cowboys
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Free agent receiver LaRon Byrd is on his way to visit the Cowboys after spending some time with the Giants, the New York Daily News reports

Byrd has played in four games over two years with the Cardinals, landing one catch for 8 yards. 

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Lance Dunbar doing 'well' after surgery
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

In speaking with Cowboys running backs coach Gary Brown, backup speedster Lance Dunbar is doing well following a knee injury suffered last year, the coach told the official team website

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Coach: DeMarco Murray has 'scratched the surface'
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Cowboys running backs coach Gary Brown is staunchly in the corner of running back DeMarco Murray, saying that last year was just the beginning of big things from him. 

"He's just scratched the surface," Brown told the official team website. "I think he's one of the better backs in the league -- he just has to go out and prove it now. People now know his name, he's been in the Pro Bowl -- people are going to know who he is. So now it's more of a challenge to go out and play well, and I think he's going to go out and take that challenge full force and have another good season."

Brown added that spending another year in coach Bill Callahan's system that helped him in the second half of the 2012 season will pay off. 

Murray finished last year as a Top 10 Fantasy running back and hit 10-plus Fantasy points in six of his last seven games. His injury history is enough to make some squeamish about taking him as a first-round pick but the reality is that he will get enough touches and yardage when healthy to be considered a No. 1 Fantasy running back. Expect his name to be called among the first 15 on Draft Day. 

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Brandon Weeden: 'Tried to do too much'
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Cowboys quarterback Brandon Weeden looked back on his time with the Browns with some regret.

"It wasn't an ideal situation," Weeden told SiriusXM NFL Radio. "The regime that drafted me was out a year after I got there. You never know the plans the group coming in has and I think, as a player, as much as you try not to do too much, try not to put too much pressure on yourself to perform and show you can be the guy for the long haul, sometimes you get caught up in it.

"You try to do too much as a player and that's one thing if I could change about myself, I wouldn't try to do too much every Sunday. I think, just let the game kind of come to you and be more patient."

Weeden is excited to be in Dallas, where's he's the third QB behind Tony Romo and Kyle Orton. "I was ready for kind of a clean slate and a fresh start," he said.

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Tony Romo 'on track to come back better than ever'
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Cowboys tight end Jason Witten said quarterback Tony Romo's recovery from back surgery is going well. "I think he's moving good," Witten said, per Fox Sports. "He's right on track to come back better than ever I assume.

"He's recovering well and it seems like he's excited to get back and get healthy," Witten added. "I think all of us are eager to get going. I can't really speak for him but I think everything's on track and we're excited for the offseason. We know exactly what we have to do."

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