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In a year full of change, it’s no surprise that there has been plenty of turnover since the first meeting between the division-rival Eagles (4-9-1) and the Cowboys (5-9). Since their Week 8 matchup in Philadelphia, each team has upgraded the quarterback position, have seen key players return from their injuries, and have lost other key players to injuries.

But one thing will always remain certain between these two organizations: when playoff hopes are on the line, everything is left out on the gridiron. Here are five of the most important storylines for each team heading into Sunday afternoon’s matchup with Philadelphia at AT&T Stadium.

Eagles

Let’s start with a seismic change to Philly’s roster this month: second-round draft pick Jalen Hurts replacing Carson Wentz as the starting quarterback. In college, Hurts became the first quarterback ever to lead two separate programs to the playoff (Alabama, Oklahoma). He’s a winner, and he has sparked the Eagles’ offense these last two weeks, starting with an upset win over the New Orleans Saints. According to NBC Sports, Hurts is just the fourth quarterback in NFL history to post five combined touchdowns (rushing and passing) with no interceptions in his first two pro starts.
What’s next for Wentz and the Eagles? That’s the biggest question surrounding their franchise now and potentially this offseason. Wentz signed a four-year, $128 million extension in 2019, and reports say the Eagles remain committed to him long term. However, Hurts is expected to start Sunday against the Cowboys and potentially the rest of the season, so it remains to be seen which quarterback the Cowboys will face twice in 2021.
Last Sunday, the Eagles dropped from third place in the NFC East to last place following their 33-26 loss to the Cardinals and the Cowboys’ victory over the 49ers. Hurts was outstanding in his second start, passing for 338 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. Philly erased a 16-0 deficit in the first quarter to keep the game close, but Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray threw for a career-high 406 yards and three touchdowns, including the deciding TD pass to DeAndre Hopkins in the fourth quarter.
Despite their division standing, the Eagles aren’t out of the NFC East race just yet. Like the Cowboys, they need to win their final two games and hope their division rivals lose games. That means Sunday’s rematch at AT&T Stadium is an elimination game for both teams.
It’s been a rollercoaster season for the Eagles offense under Wentz and now Hurts, but defensively Philly continues to battle through injuries. They forced three turnovers against the Cardinals last Sunday, and Pro Bowl defensive linemen Fletcher Cox and Brandon Graham will be a challenge for the Cowboys’ banged-up offensive line.

After some speculation, it was announced on Tuesday night that longtime Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin had agreed to become the newest head coach at Auburn, replacing the recently fired Gus Malzahn. Harsin just finished his seventh season as the Broncos head coach and compiled a 69-19 record there.

But what does this have to do with the Dallas Cowboys? Well, offensive coordinator Kellen Moore – the most legendary quarterback in program history – has quickly popped up as an early favorite to land the job. His name was the first one mentioned by Bruce Feldman of The Athletic and Stewart Mandel, editor-in-chief of The Athletic, was quick to make the connection as well:

If Kellen Moore’s not the next Boise State head coach by tomorrow, we’re rioting.

— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) December 22, 2020
Moore, of course, still has two games left with the Cowboys this season and potentially more if Dallas manages to make the playoffs, and likely wouldn’t depart the team before the season is over if something did happen. Although if Boise State identifies him as their guy, and Moore indicates he’d be willing to accept the job, it wouldn’t be out of the realm of possibility for Boise State to simply wait a few weeks before making it official.

It would be quite a cap on the meteoric rise of Moore’s coaching career. He’s about to finish just his third season as a coach, and becoming a head coach of a well-established college football program (even if it’s a Group of Five school) would be quite the accomplishment.

It wouldn’t be totally surprising though. Last year, Moore’s first as the Cowboys offensive coordinator, the team ranked sixth in points, first in yards, first in yards per play, and second in offensive DVOA. The offense has taken a big step back this year in every category, largely due to an innumerable amount of injuries to key players, but his offense was red hot before Dak Prescott Jersey injury; the Cowboys were averaging nearly 33 points and 488 yards a game through those first five games.

It also wouldn’t be the first time Moore has considered going to the college ranks. Last year when Mike McCarthy was filling out his coaching staff, Moore apparently was in the running to be the offensive coordinator at the University of Washington where his head coach from his playing days at Boise State worked before ultimately agreeing to remain in Dallas and call plays under McCarthy.

Now, Moore mayhave the opportunity to be the head coach at his alma mater, with a fan base that universally adores him. That’s the kind of opportunity that rarely comes along for any coach, let alone someone as young as Moore. It’s unclear if he would be seriously interested or if Moore prefers to remain in the NFL, but this is probably the most attractive college football job Moore will ever find, given his connection to the school.

Of course, it’s also unclear if Boise State would even offer him the job. His youth and inexperience is a question mark, and his lack of college coaching would bring up questions about his ability to successfully recruit. However, Moore does fit the mold of recent Boise State head coaches. When Dan Hawkins left Boise State for Colorado back in 2006, offensive coordinator Chris Petersen was promoted. When Petersen left for Washington in 2014, Harsin (then the head coach of Arkansas State) was hired after spending ten years with the Broncos under both Hawkins and Petersen.

While Moore never coached under any of those aforementioned coaches, he did play for them. As a four-year starter from 2009-2011 with Harsin serving as his offensive coordinator for the first three of those years, Moore threw for 14,667 passing yards, 142 touchdowns, and just 28 interceptions. His 50-3 record as a starter helped elevate the program to new heights, as well as setting most program records in addition to some NCAA records.

Right now it’s all just speculation, since Harsin to Auburn was just announced and Boise State is very much in the early stages of their coaching search. But this is something the Cowboys will definitely be monitoring, and it will be up to McCarthy and Jerry Jones to navigate this situation successfully if they hope to keep Moore in Dallas.

It had been nearly 16 months since Dallas had strung together back-to-back wins with their victory over San Francisco, 41-33. Sunday marked the second time this season where the Cowboys were able to top the 40-point plateau and the first time since their 40-39 win over Atlanta in Week 2. Despite the points, Dallas was outgained by San Francisco 458 yards to 291 but were able to take advantage of four 49ers turnovers that led to 24 of the 41 points. Dallas’ win gives them six wins over San Francisco in their last seven meetings dating back to 2005.
The win, along with Washington’s loss to Seattle, allows for Dallas to keep their playoff hopes alive for at least one more week. Dallas entered Week 15 needing to win each of their final three games and for Washington to lose out in order to win the NFC East and advance to the postseason. As they enter Week 16, that remains the case as Washington has another opportunity to seal the Cowboys’ fate with a win over Carolina this Sunday. Another added element to this week’s playoff scenario is that Dallas would end Philadelphia’s chances at a playoff berth with a win this week as well.
Sunday will be the second annual meeting between the two NFC East foes and, much like the Eagles, the Cowboys have seen an upgrade at quarterback since the Week 8 bout. In the first matchup, Dallas was without Andy Dalton Jersey at quarterback and instead had to trot out rookie seventh-rounder Ben DiNucci Jersey behind a decimated offensive line. With no Zack Martin Jersey up front and minimal time to adjust to the NFL game, DiNucci finished 21-40 for 180 yards and a pair of fumbles in the 23-9 loss. After a disappointing outing against Washington, the defense kept the Cowboys in the game by forcing a season-best four turnovers and holding the Eagles offense to just 222 yards. Dallas had a couple of opportunities late in the game to either tie or take the lead, but the offense never was able to get off the ground and cemented another divisional loss for the Cowboys.
Much like they were able to do against Philadelphia the first time around, the Dallas defense has suddenly found a groove in finding takeaways. Over the last two weeks, Dallas has forced seven turnovers that have led to 41 total points after only having 11 takeaways in the first 12 games of the year. One of the contributing factors to the success has been the reinforcements on the defensive side, specifically in the secondary. Week 15 marked the first game all season where the top four cornerbacks on the depth chart were all active at the same time (Chidobe Awuzie Jersey, Anthony Brown Jersey, Trevon Diggs Jersey, and Jourdan Lewis Jersey).
Despite the Cowboys getting healthy in the secondary, there are still some key playmakers that are questionable entering the week against Philadelphia. Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch Jersey suffered a sprained ankle in the win over the 49ers and could miss Sunday’s game, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. Vander Esch played 94% of the snaps against Philadelphia the first matchup and registered a strip-sack on Carson Wentz. However, Dallas could see a return from Ezekiel Elliott Jersey after he missed Week 15 with a lingering calf injury. Tony Pollard Jersey finished with over 130 total yards and a pair of rushing touchdowns in his second career start.

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The 32 players nominated for the seventh annual Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award have been finalized, the NFL announced Thursday.
This year, the Cowboys’ nominee is running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Previous nominees for the Cowboys were Byron Jones Jersey, Dak Prescott Jersey, Travis Frederick, Brandon Carr Jersey and Sean Lee Jersey.
Each NFL team nominated one player for the award, which recognizes players who exemplify outstanding sportsmanship on the field.
The award was created in 2014 in honor of the late founding owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pro Football Hall of Famer Art Rooney, Sr.
A panel of former players from the NFL Legends Community — Warrick Dunn, Pro Football Hall of Famer Curtis Martin, Karl Mecklenburg and Leonard Wheeler — will select eight finalists (four in the AFC and four in the NFC) from the 32 nominees. The eight finalists will be listed on the Pro Bowl ballot under the NFL Sportsmanship Award category when players vote on Friday, Dec. 18.
The award is presented each year to an NFL player who best demonstrates the qualities of on-field sportsmanship, including fair play, respect for the game and opponents, and integrity in competition.
2020 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Nominees
The winner of the Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award is determined by a vote of current NFL players. From the eight finalists, each team’s players will submit a consensus vote of their choice for the winner. As in Pro Bowl voting, a team cannot vote for its own player.
The winner will be announced as part of NFL Honors. He will receive a $25,000 donation from the NFL Foundation to a charity of his choice.

FRISCO, Texas – “Small victories.”

That’s the positive mindset Dak Prescott is taking each day as he grinds through what’s expected to be a months-long rehab from October surgery to repair a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle.

The Cowboys starting quarterback suffered the season-ending injury Oct. 11 against the Giants and immediately underwent successful surgery. He’s expected to make a full recovery, and with an estimated timetable of four to six months, the Cowboys are confident he’ll be back on the field during the offseason program next spring.

Speaking on NFL.com’s Pepsi Rookie Roundtable, Prescott was asked his advice for rookies going through their first season in the league.

“Don’t take anything that you’re doing for granted,” he said. “No matter how big or how small it is, don’t take it for granted because it’s a blessing. I’ve been able to play every level of my career because the guy in front of me has gotten injured, so I know what it means to be ready and to stay ready in case a guy gets injured in front of you.

“But now to be that guy that’s injured for the first time in my career missing the rest of the season, it’s different. It’s tough. But for me, it’s about making and creating small victories. So each and every day when I wake up and I go in for rehab, it’s about, for me, seeing my leg or seeing my body do something that it didn’t do the day before or creating a feeling that I didn’t have before so I know that I’m continuing to get better.

“And at the end of the day, I know my team needs me. And I know they need me now for support, but they’ll need me again later. So it’s about helping them whichever way that I can and however I can. But it’s about being right mentally and then counting those small victories.”

When the season began back on Sept. 13 in Los Angeles, the Cowboys had 14 players on the roster who had made it to at least one Pro Bowl.

Now, five of them are either on injured reserve, expected to miss a few more weeks due to injury, or have been released or traded.

And of the remaining nine, few of them seem to be in line for a return trip to the Pro Bowl.

That’s the reality of a team that is 3-8 here in early December. While the NFC East is still obtainable, mainly because of the struggles of the rest of the division, it won’t be easy for the Cowboys to extend their own streak of seven consecutive years of at least five Pro Bowlers.

In fact, the Cowboys have had at least two make the Pro Bowl since 2000 – when only Larry Allen Jersey made it.

And could this be the first year since 1989 that the Cowboys are shut out of the Pro Bowl with no selections?

The best chance for the Cowboys would likely be guard Zack Martin Jersey, who has made the Pro Bowl each of his six pro seasons. But he’s missed one game already with a concussion and could miss 2-3 more here this month with a calf injury.

Linebacker Jaylon Smith Jersey, who made the Pro Bowl last year as an alternate, is among the NFL leaders in tackles. Defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence Jersey has made it twice and is playing much better of late, but his slow start to the season will make it difficult to get in.

Amari Cooper Jersey is fourth in the NFC in catches with 71 and Ezekiel Elliott Jersey ranks fourth in the NFC in rushing yards with 707.

Perhaps, specialists such as Greg Zuerlein Jersey or special teams ace C.J. Goodwin Jersey could get the nod this year.

But again, the Cowboys’ record will certainly play against them in terms of the voting.

Like just everything during this unique season, the Pro Bowl process has changed as well.

Most importantly, there won’t be an actual game this year as the NFL decided to skip the game because of the pandemic.

With that, there will be no need for alternates or other players opting out of the game for other reasons.

So the 44 spots for the NFC and AFC squads will be final when it’s announced later this month.

Roster selections are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on Friday, December 18.