Cowboys Game Day: Cowboys v Patriots stream, injuries, top stories

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Today, the Dallas Cowboys travel to Foxborough, Massachusetts to take on the New England Patriots. Dallas, 4-1, is in the midst of a four-game winning streak. New England, 2-3, is coming off a come-from-behind victory against the Texans. Something’s gotta give in this late game matchup.

4-1. 123. CBS. Sunday, September 17. 2-3. 47. Cowboys -3.5. 4:25 PM ET

The Dallas Cowboys are winless this century in Foxborough but are considered the odds-on favorites heading into action. New England is starting rookie QB Mac Jones, who has been going through the expected growing pains that come with most rookie QBs.

Dallas is red hot. They are arguably the best offense in the NFL and their defense has vaulted itself to top-10 status as of late. The weather is favorable and the injury list is manageable. Speaking of injuries…

Dallas Cowboys vs New England Patriots Injury report

The latest injury report involves a handful of game time decisions. Bill Belichick is always cloak and dagger with his lists so we expect some surprises when final decisions are made.

Dallas Cowboys vs New England Patriots live stream

Sunday’s matchup will be featured on CBS in select markets. If you prefer to stream your action, go to Fubu TV for all your NFL streaming needs.

Dallas Cowboys top stories

This week we looked at five players whose stock is on the rise in Dallas. Some players, like Trevon Diggs shouldn’t be all that surprising, but there were a couple players highlighted that should catch your attention.

Is there a growing controversy in Dallas? The Dallas Cowboys offenses is humming but one position stands out as a legit weakness and growing concern: Center. We discuss Tyler Biadasz and the Cowboys’ contingency plans. Who is getting work behind him and how much more effective can they be. Check out: Tyler Biadasz, at the center of controversy.

Are the Dallas Cowboys a run-first offense once again? Long ago, Dallas was a team built on their ground game. With Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard both in the NFL’s top-10 in rushing yards, it appears that’s the case once again.  Or is it?

We break down the numbers and show this offense is more than meets the eye in: Are the Cowboys run-first or pass-first? We go inside the numbers.

Get ready Dallas Cowboys fans. Action is just hours away…

  • Published on 10/17/2021 at 12:03 PM
  • Last updated at 10/17/2021 at 12:03 PM