For the first time since Week 8 of last season, the Cowboys will see Carl Cheffers as the referee for their matchup against the Giants in New York.
Dallas can activate one player from injured reserve, and it needs the most help on the defensive line, making rookie Charles Tapper a candidate.
A look at the playoff-clinching scenarios in Week 14.
The Cowboys have played like a different team since a Week 1 loss to the Giants. How the Big 3 has contributed to their success ahead of the rematch.
Texas in an early-season bind
After starting the season 3-0, Texas has lost three of its past four games. The Longhorns are shooting poorly from 3-point range, and need to pick it up if they want to be in contention for an NCAA tournament bid, writes Myron Medcalf. Must-see teams
The Rangers have added Jorge Soler to a right-handed-hitting wish list that includes Edwin Encarnacion, Mark Trumbo and Mike Napoli.
We unveiled our 2016 ESPN.com All-Big 12 team on Tuesday morning, but we couldn't just stop there.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Matt Rhule has been diverse in his career: offense and defense, college and NFL, different spots around the country. A few weeks ago, I was told how much a certain Pac-12 job could interest him despite his northeast roots. This is another new territory for Rhule, but he's used to it.
Baylor has turned to Temple's Matt Rhule as its new football coach in the wake of the school's sexual assault scandal.
The Cowboys committed 10 penalties against the Vikings but still managed to win. They can't expect to repeat that feat against the Giants this week.
D'Onta Foreman deserves your vote
He didn't receive a Heisman invite, but he led the nation with 2,028 rushing yards. It's only the sixth time in 81 years that a running back hasn't finished in the top five of Heisman voting. But you can vote for him as our offensive player of the year. Vote now!
Baylor undefeated and having fun
The Bears are 8-0 and ranked No. 4 in the nation. They're playing a free-spirited brand of basketball, and it's resulting in big-time wins, writes Myron Medcalf. Must-see teams
Cowboys remain atop Power Rankings
That's four weeks in a row, the longest Dallas has held the top spot in our list's history (since 2002). In 2008, the Cowboys ranked first from Weeks 2-4. Power Rankings
The Rangers could shake up the free-agent market by making a run at some of the big names this week.
How will the Cowboys play the final month of the season? Will Tony Romo see time on the field? Jerry Jones answers that and more.
The Big 12 was once again known for its explosive offenses, so of course Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and DeDe Westbrook led the way this season.
Duke is getting healthy. The Blue Devils were must-see when they were nursing injuries. They aren't the only ones. Others (hello, Texas and Maryland) you watch to see what'll go wrong next.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Having a clinched a playoff spot with four games to go Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones does not see his team resting players down the stretch. "I see us more business as usual," Jones said on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. "What it does allow you to do is when you've got guys on the fence with injury to not push them ... You don't want to take the edge off."
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
Dwight Powell has had his highest-scoring outings of the season in the Mavs' last two games: 17 in a win over the Bulls and 15 in a loss to the Hornets, going 7-of-11 from the floor both nights. Powell has had some spectacular lob finishes, benefiting from guards Deron Williams and Devin Harris returning from injuries. Powell will get plenty of opportunity as Andrew Bogut recovers from his knee injury.
The Rangers are reportedly maintaining contact with former first baseman Mitch Moreland, who's a free agent.
Although the Cowboys have a spot in the postseason secured, they say they have no intention of letting up over the next four weeks.
The Seahawks need Thomas Rawls to perform like he did last season in order to make a playoff run. The Cowboys, meanwhile, could rest Ezekiel Elliott if they clinch home-field advantage.
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
Rick Carlisle: Mavs getting outrebounded by 20 by Hornets "shouldn't happen. That points to effort, which I don't like to say about this team, but I've got to look at it. We'll see. That's not good." It didn't help that Andrew Bogut (6 rebounds in 11 minutes) got hurt late in the first quarter.
Andrew Bogut should have significant trade value as long as the knee injury suffered Monday isn't serious, as the Mavericks believe to be the case.