2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
3-3, 1st in NFC East
Jones defends officiating, new pass interference rule (1:30)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyrone Crawford will be placed on injured reserve with the defensive end set to have hip surgery to alleviate an issue that has bothered him since late last season, according to multiple sources. Crawford, a starter since 2014, missed the entire offseason program and training camp hoping rehab would help the problem but he has played in pain since the season began. Inactive for two games, he had a sack, two tackles, two tackles for loss and a quarterback hurry in four contests.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Right tackle La'el Collins said he is getting closer to returning from a sprained MCL that kept him out of the Jets' game but he was not sure if he would be able to practice this week. “Obviously, I would love to be there for my team but at the same time I wouldn't do anything to hurt my team,” Collins said. “At the end of the day we're just going to take it one day at a time and just grind it out.” The Oct. 27 bye week would not impact his willingness to play Sunday.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

A guarantee or not, Doug Pederson's comments about the Eagles winning Sunday were not met with much care by the Cowboys. “Honestly, it doesn't bother me,” cornerback Jourdan Lewis said. “That's what you're supposed to do. You're supposed to come out here and try to beat us. I mean, he said it publicly. Doesn't matter. I mean we already understood that there was going to be questions on it but we got to go out there and execute and win this game. We have to go out there and play our best game.”

Hasselbeck expels the Cowboys from his top 10 teams (0:47)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

While the quadriceps bruise Amari Cooper has dealt with the last two games is no worse after three snaps in the loss to the New York Jets, the availability of the Dallas Cowboys' wide receiver in Sunday's first-place showdown against the Philadelphia Eagles is in serious question, according to a source.

Jerry Jones wishes Stephen A. a happy birthday (0:30)
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This Just In  

Eagles coach Doug Pederson just raised the stakes for Sunday's all-important matchup at the Dallas Cowboys. During his weekly radio appearance on 94.1 WIP, Pederson came close to guaranteeing an Eagles win at AT&T Stadium. "We're going down to Dallas, and our guys are gonna be ready to play. And we're gonna win that football game, and when we do, we're in first place in the NFC East," Pederson said. "We control our own destiny. We're right where we need to be."

AP Photo/Matt Slocum
2dTim McManus

Eagles' Pederson: 'We're gonna win' vs. Cowboys

Coach Doug Pederson understands that the Eagles' fan base is upset after a loss to the Vikings, but said his team will beat the Cowboys on Sunday to move into first place in the NFC East.

Baby Stephen A. is enjoying another Cowboys' loss (0:54)
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Stephen A.: Cowboys are in a world of trouble (0:55)
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Orlovsky: Garrett isn't the answer for the Cowboys (1:00)
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2dTodd Archer

Jerry Jones: Dallas' free fall 'not just' on Garrett

The Cowboys dropped their third straight game on Sunday -- this time to the previously winless Jets -- but owner/GM Jerry Jones is not ready to pin sole responsibility on coach Jason Garrett. "This is across the board," Jones said of Dallas' struggles.

Stephen A. hyped after Cowboys lose to Jets (0:35)
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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys trailed 31-3 against the Green Bay Packers last week and lost 34-24. They trailed 21-3 Sunday against the Jets and lost 24-22. Slow starts have been an issue all season. “We're putting ourselves behind. We're putting our defense in a tough spot and we're not playing complimentary football,” Dak Prescott said. “It's as simple as that. We've got to start faster. We have to get points. We have to get touchdowns and allow our defense to play from in front.”

Clark: No more excuses for Cowboys after third straight loss (1:23)
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Darnold throws 2 TDs in return, Jets edge Cowboys 24-22

Sam Darnold gave the Jets' struggling offense a huge boost by throwing two touchdown passes in his return from mononucleosis, and New York held on to beat the Dallas Cowboys 24-22 on Sunday night for their first win of the season.

Team Stats

Passing Yards304.83rd
Rushing Yards138.87th
Points For25.5Tied-10th
Points Against19.0