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3 Cowboys Starters Given Good Report, Set to Play Against Rams

The and will be starting their 2020 seasons against each other this Sunday night. Thankfully, the will not be without three of their starting players who’ve been dealing with in . WR Amari Cooper, CB Chidobe Awuzie, and S Xavier Woods were all confirmed as being ready to play against the Rams.

The confirmation came today from in one of his routine press conferences.

Dallas will already be without OT La’el Collins and LB this week and the next two after as they started the season on . Per the rule changes this year, they will be eligible to return in Week 4.

Obviously, adding their top receiver, corner, and to that list would’ve been a huge blow for Dallas. But McCarthy’s announcement today bring a major sigh of relief to .

Sure, the chance to see in a starting role would have been interesting. But Cooper is a proven number-one and it will be just as nice to see all of top-three receivers out there giving the Rams’ fits.

With a lot of turnover already in the secondary, being without Awuzie and Woods could have been a disaster. But their presence will be stabilizing and take pressure off less experienced player like and new starting safety .

What do you think?

Jess Haynie

Written by Jess Haynie

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  1. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t concerned about Cooper ALREADY having injury issues. Due to injuries he was never right last yr The drafting of Lamb might turn out to be have been more a necessity than a luxury. Hope I’m wrong and our 100 mil dollar WR isn’t chronically an injury problem.

  2. I would much rather see CeeDee as a #3 then have to start him as a #2 right out of the gate. Hopefully, Coop’s 2019 road woes won’t be an issue. With La’el out Dak is gonna need to be able to get rid of the ball quickly. Hello tony Pollard and Blake Jarwin!

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