The Cowboys suffered another blowout loss Sunday, which had been a rare occurrence during Jason Garrett's tenure as head coach.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Lincoln Riley asked about the video circulating of Baker Mayfield pegging a TCU player in the head before warmups of the OU-TCU game: "They ran right through the middle of our warmups. When you do that, things like that are going to happen."
The Dallas Stars are losing defenseman Marc Methot for four to six weeks after arthroscopic surgery, and center Martin Hanzal for three to seven days with a hand injury.
Rare off-night for Dak Prescott
Entering Sunday night, just two of Prescott's eight career interceptions had come in the first half, but he threw two picks before halftime against the Eagles. Prescott has seven interceptions through 10 games after throwing four in all of 2016.
Following another meltdown after halftime, the Cowboys are out of answers and running out of time to make a push for the postseason.
There was the good, including Tom Brady, Antonio Brown and the Eagles, as well as some very poor performances with the Bills, Raiders, Cowboys and Chiefs all laying an egg before the Thanksgiving holiday,
Terry Glenn, who played parts of 12 seasons as a wide receiver in the NFL, has died at the age of 43 after being involved in a suspected car crash.
According to Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle, the team could take a position-by-committee approach to center for the remainder of the season.
Ehlinger didn't start for Texas, but he was effective in relief of Shane Buechele as the Longhorns won by two touchdowns at West Virginia.
In the Week 13 college football look-ahead, Will Harris explains why he's changed his feelings on one Big 12 team and why sudden offensive issues might doom another, offers a simple look at unders and evaluates a seemingly meaningless Mountain West game.
In the battle of some of the NFL's bright, young talents, it was Carson Wentz and the Eagles who crushed Dak Prescott's Cowboys.
After a tumultuous week that ended with receiving his Hall of Fame ring while the Cowboys were blown out at home, we're reminded of how the owner of football's signature franchise has fallen short.
Jerry Jones said he does not believe tensions between the Cowboys owner and the NFL have affected his team on the field.
In a game that almost seemed like a must-win, the Cowboys were demolished 37-9 by the Eagles. It is the team's worst loss in AT&T Stadium history.