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2018 Schedule
8-5, 1st in NFC East
Cooper and Henry: A tale of two huge weeks (2:36)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

When the Cowboy get back to practice Wednesday, linebacker Sean Lee (hamstring) and wide receiver Tavon Austin (groin) are expected to take part at least in a limited fashion, according to coach Jason Garrett. Lee has missed the last five games because of the injury and Austin has not placed since Oct. 14 against Jacksonville. Both players had been rehabbing off to the side during practice in recent weeks.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Taco Charlton, the Cowboys' first-round pick in 2017, was a healthy scratch Sunday against Philadelphia. He missed three games with a shoulder injury and played just four snaps Nov. 29 against New Orleans. Jason Garrett said Charlton has to practice better. “We want to make it competitive. We want to make sure guys earn their opportunity and some of the other guys have done a good job in his absence,” Garrett said. “So we'll see how he practices this week if he gets an opportunity to play in the game.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Zack Martin aggravated the sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win against Philadelphia and should be limited in practice during the week. He has not missed a start in his career but if he can't play against Indianapolis, Connor Williams will start at right guard. It was the third time this season, Martin hurt the knee in a game this season. “He's as tough as they come so whatever he can do to play as quickly a she can, he's going to do,” coach Jason Garrett said. “We'll see how he responds.”

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17hTodd Archer

Do the Cowboys have a Super Bowl walk?

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie noticed a confidence about Jerry Jones, and that was before the Cowboys extended their win streak to five games.

Stephen A.: Eagles got robbed on two blown calls (1:04)
What is the outlook for AFC, NFC playoff picture? (0:59)
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1dTodd Archer

'Talk is cheap': Cowboys ignore choke comment

Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill put himself in the headlines during the week with his comments regarding the Dallas Cowboys' history of choking, but he had no regrets after the Philadelphia Eagles lost Sunday.

Garrett compliments Prescott's toughness (0:27)
Jones on Cooper: 'I can't tell you how pleased I am' (0:34)
Cooper on OT TD: 'Stayed with the ball and there you have it' (0:42)
Prescott on OT win: 'A lot of ups, a lot of downs' (1:10)
Cooper's 3 TDs lead Cowboys to OT win over Eagles (1:38)
Are Dak's mistakes holding back the Cowboys? (1:41)
Zeke flagged for lowering head (0:27)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

With their fifth straight win the Cowboys can clinch the NFC East with a win next week at Indianapolis or a Philadelphia loss to the Los Angeles Rams. That's quite a statement from the Cowboys' 3-5 mark after their Nov. 5 loss to the Tennessee Titans.

Cooper's 3rd TD gives Cowboys OT win (0:27)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Cowboys now have a 99% chance to win the NFC East, according to our live FPI projections. The Eagles have an 8% chance to reach the playoffs.

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1dKevin Seifert

Zeke 1st offensive player flagged for helmet rule

Ezekiel Elliott became the first offensive player to be flagged for violating the league's new helmet rule when the Cowboys running back lowered his head at the end of a 12-yard catch and run.

Prescott slings 75-yard TD to Cooper (0:22)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

In their last three games, Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper have connected on touchdown passes of 40, 90, 28 and 75 yards. Cooper must like the NFC East. He had the 40- and 90-yard scores against Washington. The 28- and 75-yarder have come against the Eagles. Cooper has seven catches for 182 yards.

Team Stats

Passing Yards218.3
Rushing Yards132.3
Points For21.2
Points Against18.9