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  • Cowboys Defense Struggles Against Washington

    The Dallas Cowboys Defense struggled against the Washington Football Team on Thanksgiving, allowing 35 points while recording three sacks and one interception. They could have scored a defensive touchdown on that interception, but Washington wide receiver Terry McLaurin chased down Jaylon Smith and tacked him before he could reach the end zone. The Cowboys defense ended up putting up one fantasy point in this one, unfortunately only one point below their average performance this season. At this point, regardless of matchup, the Cowboys defense cannot be trusted in most fantasy lineups.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Dallas Cowboys
  • Greg Zuerlein Makes Three Field Goals On Thanksgiving

    Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein kicked three short field goals and an extra point on Thanksgiving. His field goals came from 33, 32, and 28 yards out. Zuerlein has been good when called on this year, but has had fewer chances than expected. His Thanksgiving Day performance was solid, but he's still not being called on for too many long attempts. He could have a similar performance on another Thursday game next week against the Baltimore Ravens.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Greg Zuerlein
  • CeeDee Lamb Drops A Touchdown On Thanksgiving

    Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb caught five passes for 21 yards in a Thanksgiving loss to the division-rival Washington Football Team. He was targeted seven times. Both his catches and targets were second on the team. Lamb dropped a touchdown in the end zone that left quarterback Andy Dalton visibly upset before the game got out of hand. Lamb will hope for better luck next Thursday against the Baltimore Ravens, assuming the game is not rescheduled.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
  • Dalton Schultz Catches All Five Of His Thanksgiving Targets

    Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz caught all five of the passes thrown his way in a Thanksgiving loss to the Washington Football Team. His five catches were good for a total of 24 yards. Schultz has developed a strong floor as the tight end safety valve for a team that finds itself passing quite a bit, but he has yet to show much of a ceiling. He's a safe but unexciting fantasy starter in most formats.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Dalton Schultz
  • Michael Gallup Makes Six Catches On Thanksgiving

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup made six catches on eight targets in a Thanksgiving loss to the Washington Football team, gaining 41 yards. His catches and targets tied for the team lead with Amari Cooper, but he fell way behind Cooper's 112 yards. Gallup's six catches were his second most of the season, and his eight targets were the third most he's seen this year. He's shown plenty of talent as a receiver, but his usage continues to be too unpredictable to keep him starting in most fantasy lineups. He's best suited for a best-ball league.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Michael Gallup
  • Amari Cooper Eats On Thanksgiving

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper had a good Thanksgiving despite a loss to the Washington Football Team. Cooper caught six passes, gaining 112 yards and scoring a touchdown. He was targeted eight times. The catches and targets tied him for the team lead, and the yards were almost triple what any other Cowboys receiver gained. Cooper's touchdown came on a 54-yard pass from Andy Dalton in the first quarter, and he continued to play well after that. While Dalton is no Dak Prescott, he's shown that he's certainly good enough to keep Cooper and other Dallas pass catchers relevant.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Amari Cooper
  • Tony Pollard Gets Six Touches On Thanksgiving

    Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard ran the ball four times for 12 yards and caught two passes for 10 yards. He was targeted those two times only. Pollard was on the field a bit more than usual with starter Ezekiel Elliott checking in and out of the game with an apparent injury, but the Cowboys just didn't use the running game much in this one, likely due to the fact that two starting offensive linemen were forced to leave the game on the very first drive. Elliott's injury did not appear serious, but Pollard would be an immediate RB2 if Elliott did in fact have to miss a game.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Tony Pollard
  • Ezekiel Elliott Has A Tough Thanksgiving

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott had a tough time on the field in a Thanksgiving loss to the Washington Football Team. Elliott ran the ball 10 times for 32 yards and added one catch on three targets for seven more yards. "Zeke" also lost a fumble and was seen checking in and out of the game in the second half. It was a rough game overall for Elliott, with 11 touches being the fewest he's received in a game so far this season. While he bounced back with a strong Week 11, this performance showed that he's still not quite the every-week RB1 many are used to him being. He'll get the Ravens next Thursday assuming the schedule doesn't change.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott
  • Andy Dalton Struggles Behind An Injured Line

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton struggled behind an injured offensive line in a 41-16 loss to the Washington Football Team. On the first Cowboys drive of the game, both Zack Martin (calf) and Cam Erving (knee) limped off the field and into the locker room. Dalton ended up completing 25 of his 35 passes for 215 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. He added 17 yards on three carries. Dalton should have had another score, but rookie CeeDee Lamb dropped a touchdown in the end zone while it was still a close game. Dalton was far from great in this one, but he was even farther from being the reason the Cowboys lost. He'll continue as a QB2 but at least is able to make the Cowboys receivers back into startable fantasy assets.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Andy Dalton
  • Zack Martin Ruled Out For Rest Of Thanksgiving Game

    Dallas Cowboys tackle Zach Martin left Thursday's game against Washington with what appeared to be a calf injury. He has been ruled out already for the remainder of the game. ESPN's Evan Kaplan points out that the only full game Martin missed this year, Dallas scored three points and allowed six sacks. If Martin misses time with this injury beyond Thursday, the Cowboys offense and quarterback Andy Dalton are in serious trouble.

    Nov 26 · Source via Cowboys Zack Martin
  • Cowboys Defense Could Be A Decent Fill-In For Week 12

    The Dallas Cowboys Defense has been anything but reliable this season, finishing in the top 20 among fantasy defenses just four times so far this season. However, Week 12 against the Washington Football Team makes for about as good a matchup as they'll get. The Washington offense ranks 28th in total offense while giving up the fourth-most sacks as well as the sixth-most fantasy points to opposing defenses. Last week, the Cowboys recorded two sacks and two takeaways against Minnesota. The Cowboys defense is somewhere around the 15th-ranked defense in fantasy formats this week.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Dallas Cowboys
  • Greg Zuerlein A Fringe Fantasy Kicker

    Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein is a fringe kicking option in a Thanksgiving Day matchup against the Washington Football Team on Thursday. Partly due to the strength of the Washington defense, opposing kickers have actually fared well against them. Zuerlein has been a somewhat low-volume kicker ever since quarterback Dak Prescott (ankle) was lost for the season, though, finishing as a top-15 fantasy kicker just five times so far this season. Zuerlein is a bit more attractive now that quarterback Andy Dalton is back under center, but his ceiling remains low for fantasy managers.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Greg Zuerlein
  • Dalton Schultz A TE2 For Week 12 Lineups

    Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz makes for a touchdown-dependent TE2 option on Thanksgiving Day against the Washington Football Team. Schultz did not end up with a huge yardage total last week, but he made four catches on six targets for 25 yards and a touchdown. Schultz is a weekly touchdown threat and maintains a solid floor in the Cowboys offense. He's finished as a TE1 or TE2 in seven of the nine games he has started.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Dalton Schultz
  • Cedrick Wilson Off The Fantasy Radar In Week 12

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cedrick Wilson is not much of a fantasy option on Thanksgiving Day against the Washington Football Team. Wilson hasn't seen more than four targets since Week 4 and hasn't put up more than one fantasy point in standard scoring since Week 5. Wilson may still pop up with a long touchdown at some point, but he's far too inconsistent to be relied upon in anything but best-ball formats.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Cedrick Wilson
  • Michael Gallup Likely To Work In A Low-Volume Role

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup has proven to be exceptionally talented, but his role in the offense has become one of a very low-volume pass-catcher. Last week, he caught just two passes for 29 yards in what has seemingly become a standard week for the third-year receiver. Gallup has finished as a WR3 or better only once this season, leaving him off the fantasy radar in shallow leagues, regardless of his talent. With Amari Cooper and rookie CeeDee Lamb also requiring looks from quarterback Andy Dalton, Gallup has become the third option and a WR3/4 in deeper leagues.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Michael Gallup
  • CeeDee Lamb Faces A Tough Defense In Week 12

    Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb scored one of the season's best touchdowns last week as the Cowboys offense shot back into fantasy relevance thanks to the return of Andy Dalton from a concussion and from struggles with COVID-19. Lamb ended up with four catches for 34 yards and the score. He should see something like the six targets he saw last week, except this time he'll have a tougher Washington Football Team defense to deal with. Lamb comes into Week 12 as a WR3 with some upside.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
  • Amari Cooper Has A Tough Thanksgiving Matchup

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper bounced back into the fantasy conversation last week when quarterback Andy Dalton finally made the Cowboys look like they had a real NFL offense. This week, however, Cooper will have a much tougher matchup against the Washington Football Team. He caught six passes for 81 yards last week and was close to a touchdown more than once, but he'll check in as a low WR2 for this tough matchup.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Amari Cooper
  • Tony Pollard Remains A High-End Backup

    Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard will remain a high-end backup in a Week 12 Thanksgiving matchup against the Washington Football Team. Pollard put up a solid fantasy performance last week, running for 60 yards and a touchdown, but he ultimately received just five total touches. Pollard has a little more value in leagues that count return yards, but he's still best looked at as one of the better fantasy handcuffs for those that also own Ezekiel Elliott. If anything were to happen to Elliott, Pollard would be a fine plug-and-play option.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Tony Pollard
  • Ezekiel Elliott Back To Being A Must-Start Option

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott ran his way back into fantasy relevance in Week 11, producing his first 100-yard game of the season and scoring a touchdown through the air. He'll have a tougher matchup against a surging Washington defensive line on Thanksgiving Day, but he's undoubtedly back on the RB1 borderline. Quarterback Andy Dalton was able to make the Cowboys look like a real NFL offense last week and he should be able to do the same again this time around. Elliott's average of nearly five yards per carry last week bodes well for his future value for the remainder of the season.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott
  • Andy Dalton Back To Fantasy Relevance

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton struggled mightily earlier in the season when he first replaced injured starter Dak Prescott (ankle), but after missing time due to a concussion and with COVID-19, Dalton looked the part of an NFL starting quarterback in Week 11. For Week 12, Dalton and the Cowboys get a Thanksgiving Day matchup against the Washington Football Team. In what could be a close, low-scoring game, Dalton is likely to be a better real-life quarterback than a fantasy one this week. He's in the lower-end QB2 range against a surprisingly tough Washington defensive line.

    Nov 24 · Source via Cowboys Andy Dalton
  • Greg Zuerlein Battles Back Injury Ahead Of Thursday's Game

    Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein (back) appears to be heading into Thursday's matchup against Washington at less than 100 percent after sustaining a minor back injury during Week 11. Zuerlein missed an extra point versus Minnesota -- his third of the year -- but he added another field goal to his total, making him a flawless 17-for-17 inside of 50 yards this season. Head coach Mike McCarthy expects Zuerlein to be ready for Thursday's game, and with the Cowboys offense having begun to trend back in the right direction with Andy Dalton at the helm, Zuerlein reclaims much of the fantasy shine that had worn off due to the team's floundering offense. Check back prior to kickoff on Thanksgiving to make sure Zuerlein gets the green light to suit up.

    Nov 23 · Source via Cowboys Greg Zuerlein
  • Dallas Cowboys Defense Does Okay In Week 11

    The Dallas Cowboys Defense did a decent job in a Week 11 win over the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings had allowed the 12th-most points to opposing fantasy defenses so far this season, and the Cowboys allowed 28 points, recorded two sacks, and recovered two fumbles. In standard scoring formats, the Cowboys defense ended up with five fantasy points. For an idea of how the Cowboys defense has been doing this season, Week 11's five points was their third best performance of the season. Essentially regardless of matchup, the Cowboys defense is not a fantasy option in the vast majority of formats.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys Dallas Cowboys
  • Greg Zuerlein Hits One Field Goal And Two Extra Points

    Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein made all three of his kick attempts in a Week 11 win over the Minnesota Vikings. Zuerlein made his field goal from just 19 yards out and nailed both of his extra points in the game. Zuerlein has been solid when kicking this season, but he just hasn't been given that many chances to be on the field, limiting his fantasy value. Zuerlein will continue to be a solid NFL kicker, but shouldn't be started in most fantasy formats.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys Greg Zuerlein
  • Dalton Schultz Scores A Week 11 Touchdown

    Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz scored a touchdown in a Week 11 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Schultz was targeted six times, catching four passes for 25 yards. His score came on a short two-yard pass from Andy Dalton near the end of the game, and ended up being the game-winning score. Schultz has developed a solid fantasy floor regardless of the struggles of the Cowboys offense. With things maybe developing somewhat with Andy Dalton back under center, Schultz should work his way into the bottom end of the TE1 fantasy ranks going forward.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys Dalton Schultz
  • Michael Gallup Makes Two Catches In Week 11

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup made two catches in a Week 11 win, gaining 29 yards. He was targeted five times. Gallup was seeing more targets from some of the backups of the backup that the Cowboys were forced to put in at quarterback, but with Andy Dalton back under center, Gallup is likely to return to his boom-or-bust role, with a lot more bust weeks than anything else. Gallup has plenty of talent, but just isn't in a situation where his skillset is being used efficiently.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys Michael Gallup
  • CeeDee Lamb Scores In A Week 11 Victory

    Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb scored a touchdown in a Week 11 win over the Minnesota Vikings. Lamb was targeted six times, catching four passes for 34 yards and a score. He added two carries for 12 yards and also scored a two-point conversion. Lamb didn't make any huge plays in terms of yardage, but his touchdown came on an outstanding catch in the second quarter. With Andy Dalton seemingly able to make the Cowboys look like a real NFL offense, Lamb should be back in the WR3 conversation, starting with a Thanksgiving matchup against the Washington Football Team.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
  • Amari Cooper Makes Six Catches In A Week 11 Win

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper led the Cowboys in receiving in their Week 11 win over the Minnesota Vikings. Cooper made six catches, gaining 81 yards. His catches and yards were both the most on the team, as were his seven targets. The only thing Cooper didn't do in this one was score a touchdown, which he's only done twice so far this season. Cooper faded into the WR3 ranks while the Cowboys were struggling to find a warm body to play quarterback, but with Andy Dalton back and clearly capable, Cooper could make his way back into some higher-end WR2 conversations. The Cowboys will take on the Washington Football Team on Thanksgiving Day.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys Amari Cooper
  • Tony Pollard Scores In A Week 11 Win

    Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard ran the ball five times for 60 yards in a Week 11 win, scoring a touchdown. Pollard's score came on a 42-yard run in the fourth quarter. Despite the exciting score, Pollard still worked clearly behind starter Ezekiel Elliott, who finally had a good game of his own. Pollard continues to be a must-roster backup, but won't have much value on his own as long as Elliott remains on the field.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys Tony Pollard
  • Ezekiel Elliott Scores And Runs For Over 100 Yards

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott had his best game of the season in Week 11, running the ball 21 times for 103 yards and adding two catches for 11 yards and a touchdown. "Zeke" scored on a six-yard pass from Andy Dalton in the first quarter. It was Elliott's first 100-yard rushing game of the season and the Cowboys offense finally looked like an NFL offense for the first time since Dak Prescott's season ended. If the Cowboys can keep playing like this, Elliott will work his way back into the RB1 ranks conversation. For now, he remains a solid-floor RB2 for a Thanksgiving game against the Washington Football Team.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott
  • Zack Martin Moving To Right Tackle

    The Dallas Cowboys offensive line has long been a strength of the team, but injuries and the retirement of center Travis Frederick has really hurt them this year. In response, the team is moving their best active lineman, right guard Zack Martin, to right tackle this week as a way of getting rookie Terence Steele off the field. Connor McGovern should take over at guard. This move may not work, but things can't get any worse for this line, so this is at least a neutral move if not a positive one for quarterback Andy Dalton and running back Ezekiel Elliott.

    Nov 22 · Source via Cowboys Zack Martin Connor McGovern
  • Cowboys Defense Not A Good Option For Week 11 Lineups

    The Dallas Cowboys Defense is not a good option for most Week 11 fantasy lineups. They will take on the Minnesota Vikings on the road and are currently ranked outside the top-20 defenses in standard formats. This season, the Cowboys defense has finished as a top-10 fantasy defense just twice in nine games while finishing outside the top 20 six times. They can be left on the waiver wire in almost every format this week.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys Dallas Cowboys
  • Greg Zuerlein A Decent Choice In Week 11

    Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein is an OK choice in most fantasy lineups for a Week 11 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings. Not too much stock should be put in this particular stat, but it's worth mentioning that the Vikings are allowing opposing kickers to perform well above their average stat line. Zuerlein had a big game in Week 9, kicking four field goals, including two from beyond 40 yards. For the year, he's made 17 of his 20 field-goal tries and 15 of his 17 extra points.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys Greg Zuerlein
  • Dalton Schultz A Decent Floor Option In Week 11

    Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz makes for a decent floor option in a Week 11 game against the Minnesota Vikings. Schultz has made 35 catches for 383 yards and two touchdowns so far this year, and while he doesn't offer too much upside, he does have enough of a role in the passing game to provide a decent fantasy floor, especially in tight end premium leagues. He's settling into a spot somewhere right on the TE1/2 border on most weeks.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys Dalton Schultz
  • Michael Gallup Looking For Consistency In Week 11

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup and his fantasy managers are hoping for some consistency in Week 11 when the Cowboys take on the Minnesota Vikings. Gallup blew up for seven catches on 12 targets in Week 8 before catching just three passes on seven targets in Week 9. He's seen a wide range of target share in the Cowboys offense this year, likely due to the team starting four different quarterbacks already this season. For the year as a whole, Gallup has made 29 catches for 468 yards and one score. He's a boom-or-bust option in deeper leagues, although much more likely to hit the bust side of that equation most weeks.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys Michael Gallup
  • CeeDee Lamb Looks To Build On His Bounce-Back Week

    Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CeeDee Lamb will look to build on his solid Week 9 performance when the Cowboys take on the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11. The rookie caught four passes for 71 yards and his first touchdown since Week 4 in the team's Week 9 loss to the Steelers. This week, Andy Dalton (concussion, COVID) is expected to return and should be able to move the offense at least somewhat effectively. Lamb is a WR3 with some upside in what could turn out to be a high-scoring game.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys CeeDee Lamb
  • Amari Cooper Fades Into Low-End WR2 Ranks

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper was formerly looked at as a fantasy WR1 but given all of the struggles on the Cowboys offense this season, he's faded into the back end of the WR2 ranks. The Minnesota Vikings in Week 11 make for a good matchup for Cooper and the Cowboys, but with uncertainty at quarterback, it's hard to know what to make of their opportunities. Andy Dalton (concussion, COVID) is expected to return to the starting lineup and should be able to provide something close to league-average quarterback play. Cooper caught five passes for 67 yards in Week 9 after catching just one pass in Week 8. He's more likely to repeat his Week 9 performance, but the volatility in the Cowboys offense leaves a Week 8 repeat as a possibility as well. Cooper is a WR2 with some upside but a low floor this week.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys Amari Cooper
  • Tony Pollard To Continue In A Complementary Role

    Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard is expected to continue working in a complementary role behind starter Ezekiel Elliott. Pollard was expected to see more work in Week 9 with Elliott dealing with a hamstring injury, but the starter saw more or less his normal load, leaving Pollard with just 10 touches. Pollard has been pretty efficient with his opportunities, but has yet to score more than 9.2 points (Week 4) in standard scoring leagues. He's a very valuable backup to have on your bench, but should not be in starting lineups in most formats.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys Tony Pollard
  • Ezekiel Elliott Looking For His First Touchdown In Weeks

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is looking for his first touchdown since Week 5. In Week 5, Elliott put up 22.5 fantasy points in standard scoring formats, but has not made it to double digits since then. For the season, he's run the ball 150 times for 572 yards and five touchdowns, well below anyone's expectations for "Zeke's" 2020. The good news is that he seemed healthy in Week 9 despite a hamstring injury, and has now had the bye week to rest even more. Even fully healthy, Elliott is looking more like an RB2 for the rest of the season, although his usage will at least provide one of the higher floors among fantasy running backs.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott
  • Andy Dalton Expected To Start In Week 11

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton (COVID-19) is expected to get the start in Week 11 against the Minnesota Vikings. Dalton struggled in his two starts before going down with a concussion and later dealing with COVID-19. As long as he's healthy though, he should be given the chance to start over Ben DiNucci and Garrett Gilbert. Gilbert actually looked decent in his start though, so Dalton may not be given too many chances if he looks as bad as he did in his Week 7 start. With the struggles of the Cowboys offense all season without Dak Prescott and the uncertainty of Dalton's health and chances in this one, he's shaping up as no better than a QB3.

    Nov 18 · Source via Cowboys Andy Dalton
  • Amari Cooper Should See Boost From Andy Dalton's Return

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper combined to see 17 targets in the two games that veteran signal-caller Andy Dalton has started this season, which bodes well for his outlook heading into Sunday's matchup against Minnesota. Dalton is expected to return after clearing the concussion and COVID-19 protocols. The past two games have seen Cooper, a 2019 Pro Bowler, limited to six catches, which has put a damper on his fantasy stock. While he may not have the same appeal that he did while Dak Prescott was under center, Cooper's Week 11 matchup is particularly advantageous due to the Vikings Defense having yielded 16 touchdowns to opposing wide receivers (tied with Dallas for most in the NFL).

    Nov 17 · Source via Cowboys Andy Dalton Amari Cooper
  • Tony Pollard Retains Deep Season-Long Appeal In Week 11

    Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard has carved out a solid niche for himself within the Dallas offense, now seeing an average of between 22-36 percent of the team's snaps over the past six games. With Andy Dalton (concussion) set to return Sunday against Minnesota, the Dallas offense figures to be in a better place than where it was under Ben DiNucci and Garrett Gilbert, which should work wonders for the running game of Pollard and Ezekiel Elliott. While Elliott remains the bell cow out of the backfield, those fantasy managers desperate for a RB that will receive at least a half dozen carries can eye Pollard, as the team has had its bye week to install ways of getting him the ball.

    Nov 16 · Source via Cowboys Tony Pollard
  • Andy Dalton Activated From COVID-19 List

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton was activated from the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Monday. Head coach Mike McCarthy stated that he and his staff would take things "day by day" with Dalton and the team's quarterback position, but there's every reason to believe Dalton will be starting under center when the Cowboys take the field in Week 11 against the Minnesota Vikings. Since Dak Prescott was lost for the season with an ankle injury, the Cowboys offense has scored just 10.2 points per game. Dalton is not Prescott or even close to it, but he should be able to at least provide something in the passing game as a low-end QB2 in superflex leagues.

    Nov 16 · Source via Cowboys Andy Dalton