Dallas Cowboys

Stadium: AT&T Stadium | Coach: Jason Garrett
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense5th149.8 (2nd)226.9 (23rd)
Defense14th83.5 (1st)260.4 (26th)


Sun Sep 11
L 20 - 19NYG
Sun Sep 18
W 27 - 23at WAS
Sun Sep 25
W 31 - 17CHI
Sun Oct 2
W 24 - 17at SF
Sun Oct 9
W 28 - 14CIN
Sun Oct 16
W 30 - 16at GB
Sun Oct 30
W 29 - 23PHI
Sun Nov 6
W 35 - 10at CLE
Sun Nov 13
W 35 - 30at PIT
Sun Nov 20
W 27 - 17BAL
Thu Nov 24
W 31 - 26WAS
Thu Dec 1
W 17 - 15at MIN
Sun Dec 11
L 10 - 7at NYG
Sun Dec 18
W 26 - 20TB
Mon Dec 26
W 42 - 21DET
Sun Jan 1
L 27 - 13at PHI
Sun Jan 15
L 34 - 31GB


New York11-5-04-2-0
Cowboys' Brandon Carr: Stays healthy again in 2016
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Carr finished the regular season with 61 tackles and nine passes defended in 16 games, including his first INT since 2013.

The 30-year-old has never missed a game in his NFL career, so while he doesn't make many impact plays, his reliability does have value. Carr is a free agent this offseason, but could return to the Cowboys if they aren't able to find an upgrade on the open market.

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Cowboys' Darren McFadden: Barely got on field in 2016
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McFadden played in only three games in 2016 due to an elbow injury, finishing with 24 carries for 87 yards and catching three passes on five targets for 17 yards.

He topped 1000 yards rushing in 2015 for just the second time in his career, but his injury combined with the addition of Ezekiel Elliott prevented McFadden from making any kind of meaningful impact last year. He's a free agent this offseason, but it's not out of the question for the Cowboys to bring him back as veteran depth behind Elliott if the market for his services is soft.

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Cowboys' Terrance Williams: Heads into free agency after disappointing year
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Williams finished the 2016 regular season with 44 catches on 61 targets for 594 yards and four touchdowns.

The targets and yards were career lows for Williams, as was his 13.5 yards per catch. He'll head into free agency without much buzz as a result, which could keep his price tag low enough that the Cowboys consider bringing him back, but if another club is willing to pay him more like the wide receiver that racked up 13 TDs in his first two years in the league, and who topped 16.0 YPC in each of his first three campaigns, Dallas will likely look elsewhere for WR depth behind Dez Bryant.

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Cowboys' Kellen Moore: Fully recovered from broken leg
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Moore (lower leg) is fully recovered from the season-ending leg fracture he suffered last summer, KTVB.com reports. "I'm 100 percent now. It's been good. For the last month or two I've been healthy. I've been able to start doing everything as usual," he elaborated.

Moore broke his ankle last August and spent the entire season on injured reserve. However, he appears to have been healthy for a while now and should be fully prepared to hit free agency at the end of the league year in March. The Cowboys like what they have in the Boise State product, so with Mark Sanchez an unrestricted free agent as well and Tony Romo (back) destined for a trade or release, Moore likely possesses the greatest odds of returning as Dak Prescott's backup in 2017.

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Cowboys' Tyron Smith: Agrees to contract restructure
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Smith has agreed to a restructured contract with the Cowboys, ESPN's Todd Archer reports.

Smith signed a lucrative eight-year, $109 million extension with Dallas back in July of 2014, but in restructuring his deal now, the All-Pro left tackle will help save the Cowboys over $17 million in cap space this year.

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