EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Welcome to MetLife Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys take on the New York Giants Sunday night. The Cowboys are coming off their bye week and are looking to sweep the Giants for the second straight season. The Cowboys are the NFL’s only undefeated road team this season (4-0), but they have lost four straight road games in prime time. Their last road win in prime time was the 2012 season opener against the Giants. With a win, the Cowboys would improve to 8-3.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Before Sunday night's kickoff against the New York Giants, the Dallas Cowboys will do a lot of waiting. And waiting. Such is the life of waiting for the prime-time games. So what does coach Jason Garrett do to break up the boredom during the day? “It’s an age-old issue,” Garett said. “You’re always asking about the schedule to try to make sure your players are at their best when you kick it off.
IRVING, Texas -- With 10 defensive linemen on the 53-man roster, the Dallas Cowboys are making sure they are covered up front after going through so many linemen last season. But in getting to the 46-man roster, it creates something of a dilemma. Josh Brent is eligible to play for the first time since Dec. 2, 2012, but how do the Cowboys get him on the active roster. As we Ponder the 46 for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, there just didn’t seem a way to get Brent on the field without taking off a player the Cowboys like.
IRVING, Texas -- In order to call up cornerback Micah Pellerin from the practice squad, the Dallas Cowboys released defensive tackle Davon Coleman on Saturday. With Tyler Patmon out of Sunday’s game against the New York Giants with a knee injury, the Cowboys needed to add Pellerin to have a fourth cornerback on the roster. He joins Orlando Scandrick, Brandon Carr and Sterling Moore. Patmon could miss up to two more games with his knee injury.
There are no games scheduled for today.