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Pre-NFL Draft Dallas Cowboys 53-man Roster Locks

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Amari Cooper

Every offseason, every team turns over a portion of their roster through free agency and the draft. The Dallas Cowboys have already experienced some of that turnover as they said good-bye to players that had been on the roster for years in Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley. David Irving was allowed to walk into free agency. There have been several additions to the roster to replace those guys, and with the NFL Draft coming, the Cowboys will continue to build the roster.

Each offseason, I like to take a look at which players are already a lock for the week one 53-man roster. In year's past, I've found that about 38-42 of the 53-man roster are spoken for before the team ever takes the practice field. This year I've got 39 players already locked into the 2019 53-man roster.

Obviously we can't account for injuries that can occur during the offseason training activities, minicamps, training camp, or preseason games.

Quarterback (1)

Dak Prescott

At this point, Dak Prescott is the only quarterback locked into their roster spot. The team likes Mike White and Cooper Rush and both will probably make the final 53-man roster as the team heads into week one. However, depending on how the roster has to be constructed, it's possible the Cowboys only carry two quarterbacks into the regular season.

How he offseason and training camp goes will decide how many and which quarterback the Cowboys will keep heading into the regular season.

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Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott, QB Dak Prescott

Running Back (2)

Ezekiel Elliott
Jamize Olawale

If there's a severe hole on the offensive side of the ball at the moment, it's at running back behind All-Pro Ezekiel Elliott.

If the Cowboys have plans on extending Elliott to a long-term contract, then they'll have to figure out a way to make sure Elliott's not getting 25-30 touches a game. At the same time, they need to find a running back who can be effective with 5-10 touches a game.

Darius Jackson is an option at running back for the Cowboys, but there are players in this draft that can help them this year and in the future. In particular, Rodney Anderson or Justice Hill or really good options for the Cowboys in the fourth round or later.

Wide Receiver (4)

Amari Cooper
Michael Gallup
Randall Cobb
Noah Brown

The Cowboys have a lot of depth at wide receiver heading into the draft, but outside of Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, and Randall Cobb, there really isn't a lock on the 53-man roster. Tavon Austin, Allen Hurns, Noah Brown, and Cedric Wilson will all make a case for the roster, but depending on what they do in the draft, one or two of these guys could be off the roster.

Tavon Austin's role will be determined by how much they decide to use him in the return game. In 2018, the coaching staff seemed reluctant to give him 100% of the opportunities to return punts. The Cowboys don't run a ton of 10-personnel, so seeing four wide receivers on the field will be a rarity. Austin will need to make his mark on special teams to call for a roster spot for 2019.

Allen Hurns is only on the roster bubble because the Cowboys can get some cap relief by releasing him. If they don't take a wide receiver in the draft, Hurns will be on the roster. He's a solid depth piece on the outside and in the slot.

Noah Brown is a valuable piece because of his blocking ability in the run game and play on special teams. While Brown does have two years left on his rookie deal, he'll have to make some strides this offseason to be seen as more than just a blocking wide receiver and opportunities will be limited.

Cedric Wilson is everyone's 2018 pet cat, but a season-ending injury and the depth that they have on the wide receiver depth chart could prevent Wilson from gaining a foothold on the roster.

Blake Jarwin, Eagles

Dallas Cowboys Tight End Blake Jarwin

Tight End (3)

Jason Witten
Blake Jarwin
Dalton Schultz

The only question at tight end this year is going to be whether they draft a player to add to the depth chart. Jason Witten, Blake Jarwin, and Dalton Schultz will make the 53 this year. Rico Gathers is still trying to find his way in the NFL and if the Cowboys draft one, it clouds his status on the roster.

This is a great draft for a team that needs a tight end. There are quality players that can be found in the first five rounds of the draft that can add some depth for the Dallas Cowboys.

Even if they don't draft a tight end, they still have a solid group that the Cowboys can win with. With Jason Witten in the fold for 2019,

Offensive Tackle (3)

Tyron Smith
La'el Collins
Cameron Fleming

The signing of Cameron Fleming to be the team's swing tackle for 2019 is one of the more underrated signings of the offseason. With Tyron Smith missing time each of the last three seasons, Fleming may need to play a role this season for the Cowboys to compete for another NFC East division title.

Look for the Dallas Cowboys to draft a player at some point to come in and compete with Fleming for snaps as the swing tackle. La'el Collins' contract expires at the end of the 2019 season so they could use someone to replace Collins in 2020.

Guard (3)

Zach Martin
Connor Williams
Xavier Su'a-Filo

I've seen some talk that there will be a competition between Connor Williams and Xavier Su'a Filo at left guard. That may be true. The Dallas Cowboys love to create competition, especially for their younger guys. However, the Cowboys want Williams to win the job. He'll get every opportunity to win the job in the offseason and in training camp.

Connor Williams struggled with strength in the first half of the season, but over the second half played better. Against Aaron Donald in the game against the Rams, Williams was able to control him fairly well. Williams is on an upward trajectory and should be your starting guard when the Cowboys kick off the regular season.

The question is going to be, how many guards do they carry on the 53? With Joe Looney's ability to flex over to guard in a pinch, he gives you the ability to go lighter at guard to carry an extra player at another position on the 53.

Tyron Smith, Zack Martin, Travis Frederick, offensive line

Dallas Cowboys offensive linemen Tyron Smith, Zack Martin and Travis Frederick

Center (2)

Travis Frederick
Joe Looney

Of all the things that happened this offseason, including trading for Robert Quinn, getting Travis Frederick back is the most important addition from the 2018 season.

Joe Looney was good in 2018 and was a big reason the Dallas Cowboys were able to make the playoffs. As we saw in 2017, when the Cowboys were without one of their All-Pro players at another position along the offensive line, there are big drop offs from your starters to their replacements. From Frederick to Looney, there was a drop off, but he was good enough for Ezekiel Elliott to lead the league in rushing after playing only 15 games.

If Frederick is back, then Looney will be the backup. If not, then having Looney around for another season helps with the offensive line continuity.

Defensive End (4)

DeMarcus Lawrence
Robert Quinn
Taco Charlton
Dorance Armstrong

If there's a part of the depth chart that is pretty well settled at this point, it's the defensive end position. DeMarcus Lawrence got his pay-day and after surgery will step in at left defensive end. Robert Quinn, who the Cowboys are paying at least $8 million to in 2019 will be the right defensive end. Taco Charlton hasn't shown much in his career to this point, but the Cowboys don't have to make a decision on him until 2020 offseason when they have to decide on his fifth year option.

Dorance Armstrong had a really good preseason in 2018, but didn't really show much in his rookie year, but he has some very interesting skills that could help you at either defensive end spot.

With Quinn's contract only for one season at this point, it's not unreasonable to expect the Dallas Cowboys to draft a player to prepare for snaps at defensive end in 2020.

And that takes us to the biggest wild card, Randy Gregory. Currently expected to serve an indefinite suspension for violating the terms of the substance abuse policy, there is some optimism out there that Gregory could be around for 2019. But banking on Gregory for anything this season is likely a fool's errand. The Dallas Cowboys extended his contract to cover 2020, so the Cowboys are still hoping for big things from their 2015 second round pick. At this point however, he's anything but a lock to make the week one 53-man roster.

Defensive Tackle (3)

Antwaun Woods
Maliek Collins
Christian Covington

The Dallas Cowboys interior played well for the most part in 2018. There were only two games where they got beat up on the interior. The Indianapolis Colts game and the Los Angeles Rams game in the playoffs. They came at poor times in the season and that's why we're seeing the Dallas Cowboys look into the 2019 defensive tackle class.

Antwaun Woods and Maliek Collins need some help on the interior in the defensive tackle rotation and that's why the Cowboys brought in Christian Covington who played defensive end in the Texans' 3-4 scheme. He projects as a 1-technique defensive tackle for the Cowboys, but could get some snaps as the 3-tech as well.

This draft class is deep in potential 3-tech defensive tackles in the second and third round, but given that it's also deep at wide receiver and tight end in the top 100, the Cowboys will have some decisions to make.

With these three and Tyrone Crawford and Kerry Hyder, the Cowboys have a nice group of guys who can play on the interior. They don't have to draft anyone.

Hybrid Defensive Lineman (2)

Tyrone Crawford
Kerry Hyder

I know this isn't really a position, but with how these two guys have played, it's hard to categorize either as an end or tackle. We know that Tyrone Crawford has been solid for the Dallas Cowboys at both defensive end and defensive tackle. He's averaged five sacks per 16 games over the last five years. He's not a great player, but he's a player you need to have to win football games. A player that plays the run well and can make plays in the passing game.

Kerry Hyder is a really interesting player. In 2016, he had eight sacks before tearing his achilles in 2017. In 2018, Matt Patricia decided to play him at nose tackle in the Detroit Lions 3-4 scheme. Pro Football Reference has him listed at 270 pounds. Remember when we though Jay Ratliff was too small to play the nose at 290 pounds.

Hyder will likely get snaps at both defensive end behind DeMarcus Lawrence and Robert Quinn as well as some 3-tech snaps Maliek Collins and rotating with Tyrone Crawford.

Leighton Vander Esch, Jaylon Smith

Dallas Cowboys Linebackers Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch

Linebacker (4)

Jaylon Smith
Leighton Vander Esch
Sean Lee
Joe Thomas

With the somewhat surprising return of Sean Lee, the Dallas Cowboys top four linebackers for 2019 is set in stone. Obviously injuries could change this, but if everyone's healthy, this is the group I'd expect to see leading the Cowboys in snaps for the 2019 season.

Joe Thomas is a valuable backup at WILL and MIKE linebacker and a good special teams player.

If there's a spot that there's a weakness, it's at the SAM or strong side linebacker position. Damien Wilson's departure for Kansas City leaves a bit of a hole there. Yes, he was bad in pass coverage, but he was a good run defender and blitzer during his time with the Cowboys. Those snaps need to be filled by someone. Perhaps this offseason, the Cowboys figure out a way to get Jaylon Smith, Leighton Vander Esch, and Sean Lee on the field at the same time.

They'll probably draft someone, because the Cowboys love to draft linebackers. Look for Chris Covington and Justin March-Lillard to compete for the fifth and sixth linebacker spots.

Cornerback (3)

Byron Jones
Chidobe Awuzie
Anthony Brown

The only reason you don't see Jourdan Lewis' name out there is because he doesn't seem to have a home with Defensive Backs Coach Kris Richard. Lewis is a veteran player that could become a trade asset during or after the draft if the Cowboys find someone willing to pay for their fourth corner. If he isn't traded, he'll definitely be on the roster fighting for a role.

Byron Jones had a nice first half of the season in 2018, but had some struggles at the end of the season. Chidobe Awuzie flipped the script on a struggling first half of the 2018 season and finished strong in the second half. Anthony Brown was solid throughout and continues to keep the more talented Jourdan Lewis at bay with his work in the slot.

It's possible the Cowboys draft a player at Corner with Brown coming free after the 2019 season, but they could also go into 2019 with this group and play very well.

Safety (4)

Xavier Woods
George Iloka
Jeff Heath
Kavon Frazier

Xavier Woods is going to be one of your starting safeties. George Iloka, Jeff Heath, and Kavon Frazier are each a solid rotational player. They bring a lot of value to your special teams unit. The thing that could upset the apple cart here is if the Dallas Cowboys spend a top 100 pick on the safety position.

They have plans to bring in several safeties for visits before the draft, which means they will probably draft one in the top 100.

Special Teams (1)

L.P. Ladouceur

Afte the 2018 seasons they had, I don't think it's a guarantee that Brett Maher and Chris Jones are the kicker and punter for the Dallas Cowboys in 2019. Both players had good moments and bad moments for the Cowboys last season, so it wouldn't shock me to see them bring in some competition to push these guys for their roster spot.

L.P. Ladouceur, however, is as much of a guarantee as DeMarcus Lawrence is at this point. As long as he wants to play and he's healthy, the Dallas Cowboys are going to keep bringing him back. Nobody ever notices the long snapper until something goes wrong. When was the last time you noticed L.P. Ladouceur?



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3 Biggest Non-Divisional Games on the Dallas Cowboys 2019 Schedule

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The Dallas Cowboys Are Legit Contenders

There hasn't been a repeat champion of the NFC East since the early 2000's when the Philadelphia Eagles won three in a row from 2002-2004. Unfortunately, history is already against the Dallas Cowboys repeating as division champions again in 2019. For the Cowboys to repeat as NFC East champs, they'll have to navigate a tough slate of opponents.

That's the reward of winning your division.

Though much can change in the next five months as the NFL prepares to play football games that matter in September, there are already key matchups for this young Dallas Cowboys team. We know the NFC East is always a difficult division to play in. The rivalries make for a lot of close games. The Cowboys have to play well in the division to have a shot at winning the division. But with the schedule they have, they'll have to win some contests that they probably shouldn't to stake their claim as Super Bowl contenders.

Divisional games are always important, but let's take a look at the three games outside the division that will have the greatest impact on the fortunes of the Dallas Cowboys 2019 season.

1. Week 4 - Dallas Cowboys @ New Orleans Saints

The Cowboys have an opportunity to get off to a hot start in the first quarter of the season with games at home against the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins, and a road game against the Washington Redskins. There's a legitimate chance for them to start the season 3-0.

Whatever momentum they do gain in the first three games of the season could all come to a screeching halt with a tough week four matchup in New Orleans.

New Orleans has been a tough place to play in the Sean Payton and Drew Brees eras. The Dallas Cowboys defense will have a tough test attempting to slow down the high scoring Saints offense two years in a row.

When the two teams met in 2018, the Dallas Cowboys defense completely dominated the Saints. On that day, they held the Saints to 176 total yards (111 passing and 65 rushing) and an amazing 3 for 11 on third downs. It was especially impressive because the Cowboys only had two sacks and one turnover in the game. The Saints just couldn't find a rhythm as the Cowboys came with a lot of energy and physicality. It was a defining moment for this young defense and gave us a picture of what they could possibly be.

If the Dallas Cowboys can find a way to win this game and potentially start the season 4-0, it would be huge for their playoff hopes.

On the flip side, if the Dallas Cowboys start the season 2-1, they could be going into New Orleans with the possibility of starting the season 2-2. The pressure would be incredible for the Cowboys the rest of the way with the slate of teams they have at the end of the season.

The Cowboys have to leave the first quarter of the season at worst 3-1 to have a shot at the playoffs in 2019.

2. Week 14 - Dallas Cowboys @ the Chicago Bears

The toughest part of the Dallas Cowboys schedule always comes around the Thanksgiving day game, and this season is no different. Starting with their week 12 game at the New England Patriots, the Cowboys will play three games in 12 days culminating with their week 14 game against the Chicago Bears.

The Bears, coming off an NFC North title in 2018, are similar to the Dallas Cowboys. They boast an incredible defense with one of the best pass rushers in the NFL and a young an improving offense.

Playing in Chicago is always a tough task, but doing so in December is a tall order. Doing so after going to New England, then playing at home, then going back on the road seems like an impossible task.

It's a game that will likely be a grind-it-out affair, as both teams want to run the ball and play defense. Depending on what happens in the previous two games, this could be a must-win to start the final quarter of the season.

3. Week 15 - Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys

The rematch of the NFC Divisional round matchup is just another in a long line of important conference matchups for the Dallas Cowboys. It will be a very important game for the Cowboys because it will be a home game after their three games in 12 days stretch. They'll have to go to Foxboro and Chicago in a span of 12 days, which makes for tough travel.

Facing a Los Angeles Rams team that absolutely dominated the Dallas Cowboys defense is an opportunity for redemption, but will have huge implications on the playoff standings for the NFC.

The Cowboys and Rams could both be leading their divisions at this point in the season, which would make this game important for seeding. Or, they could be fighting for a wild card berth. Either way, a conference game this late in the season has huge consequences in the way the tie breakers shake out.

This one will carry an emotional importance as well.

The way the 2018 season ended for this club, especially on the defensive side of the ball, left a lot of players -- and fans -- with a bad taste in their mouths. It completely changed the way a lot of people view a defense that finished in the top 10 in most major defensive categories. The loss to the Rams was one of the worst defensive performances of the season and it came at the worst time of the season.

Not only was the defense bad, but the running game was terrible that day too. Ezekiel Elliott only managed 47 yards on 20 carries for one of the worst rushing performances of his career. It took a really good second half from Dak Prescott and the passing game to get the Cowboys within one score with a shot to get the ball back at the end of the game.

If the Cowboys can get revenge for that playoff loss, it would do a lot for the morale of this team heading into the final two weeks of the season.

These conference games will have huge implications for the Cowboys and their playoff hopes. Though the NFC East will have a bigger impact on their ability to win the division, how they fare in these three games will give us a better understanding of the legitimacy of their contender status. Each of these games is against the team that won the division the previous season. If they can go 2-1 against this quality of competition, then we'll know this is a team to be reckoned with heading into January.



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Dallas Cowboys 2019 Schedule: Reaction and Analysis

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Dak Prescott/Carson Wentz Is No Rivalry, And There's Only One Side To Blame

The full NFL 2019 regular season schedule was released last night. Here is my reaction to the Dallas Cowboys' schedule and analysis of how what I think it means for them next season.

Of course, a schedule can have a very different feel come September-December than it does in April. The teams don't change, but their circumstances can be wildly altered by the time they actually have to take the field.

Just ask the Cowboys' opponents from the 2015 season. Nobody was looking forward to playing that Dallas team coming off its 12-4 playoff run the year before. But all it took was a Tony Romo injury in the preseason to suddenly make the Cowboys a cupcake.

But for now, we can only react to what we know. Before we dive in, here's a quick reminder of the complete 2019 regular season schedule for the Dallas Cowboys.

    • Week 1: New York Giants @ Cowboys
    • Week 2: Cowboys @ Washington Redskins
    • Week 3: Miami Dolphins @ Cowboys 
    • Week 4: Cowboys @ New Orleans Saints (SNF)
    • Week 5: Green Bay Packers @ Cowboys
    • Week 6: Cowboys @ New York Jets
    • Week 7: Philadelphia Eagles @ Cowboys (SNF)
    • Week 8: BYE
    • Week 9: Cowboys @ New York Giants  (SNF)
    • Week 10: Minnesota Vikings @ Cowboys (MNF)
    • Week 11: Cowboys @ Detroit Lions
    • Week 12: Cowboys @ New England Patriots
    • Week 13: Buffalo Bills @ Cowboys (T'giving)
    • Week 14: Cowboys @ Chicago Bears (TNF)
    • Week 15: Los Angeles Rams @ Cowboys
    • Week 16: Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles
    • Week 17: Washington Redskins @ Cowboys

We already knew this wasn't going to be an easy slate. The Cowboys won the NFC East last year, meaning they were guaranteed to play against four division winners this season; Bears, Patriots, Rams, and Saints. They also get the regular two games against the Eagles, who were a Wild Card team last year.

Let's just talk about those six games for a minute. New England is still New England; Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will ensure that it's one of the toughest games of the year, and especially on the road. The Patriots have won 12-straight home games going back to 2017.

The Bears and Rams are both rising teams that shouldn't suffer any drop off next year. Chicago QB Mitch Trubisky is entering his third year and LA's Jared Goff will be in his fourth season, but only third in Sean McVay's offense. Both have starting QBs with rookie contacts, which means having the resources to load up on talent elsewhere on the roster.

Much like the Patriots, the Saints still have their franchise QB and coach and should remain a top team. They will also be out for blood after the Cowboys humiliated them last season, as will their fans, and that could make for a very tough road game in New Orleans.

Then, of course, there are the Eagles.

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Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott

The NFC East appears to be a two-horse race in 2019. The Giants are arguably the worst team in the NFL right now and the Redskins are dealing with major QB problems. It should be Dallas and Philadelphia once again battling for the top spot.

The Cowboys and Eagles should both get some cushy wins against their fellow division opponents. It could come down to their games against each other, and so far Dallas has dominated Philly when Carson Wentz is playing QB. With Nick Foles gone, how will that impact the Eagles going forward?

As for the rest of the schedule, the only other game that seems easy on paper is against the Miami Dolphins. Teams like the Bills, Jets, and Lions could go either way. The Packers and Vikings should both be tough opponents.

The teams aside, the general layout of the schedule isn't bad. The Week 8 bye is nice for a break right in the middle of the season. Dallas only has to play back-to-back road games one time, Weeks 11 and 12 against the Lions and Patriots.

The first three games against the Giants, Redskins, and Dolphins give Dallas a great opportunity to start the year right and build momentum. They will definitely need to go into December with some cushion, because that stretch against the Bears, Rams, and Eagles could be very difficult.

Overall it's a solid schedule. It's got some tough spots because of the Cowboys' performance last year, but that means they were a good team then and they stand to be even better now. There's nothing here that prevents Dallas from building on the success of 2018 and making then an ever better season.



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BREAKING: Dallas Cowboys 2019 Regular Season Schedule Announced

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly for Cowboys against Philadelphia

Although we're still months away from the 2019 NFL season, we finally know how the Dallas Cowboys' games will line up this year. The entire league schedule was just released. I know just how much you want to know who the Cowboys will be playing each week so don't let me keep you.

Here's the full 2019 Dallas Cowboys schedule and a few notes at the end. Enjoy!

  • Week 1: New York Giants @ Cowboys
    • Sun, Sep 8th, 3:25p
  • Week 2: Cowboys @ Washington Redskins
    • Sun, Sep 15th, 12:00p
  • Week 3: Miami Dolphins @ Cowboys 
    • Sun, Sep 22nd, 12:00p
  • Week 4: Cowboys @ New Orleans Saints
    • Sunday Night Football
    • Sep, 29th, 7:20p
  • Week 5: Green Bay Packers @ Cowboys
    • Sun, Oct 6th, 3:25p
  • Week 6: Cowboys @ New York Jets
    • Sun, Oct 13th, 3:25p
  • Week 7: Philadelphia Eagles @ Cowboys
    • Sun, Oct 20th, 7:20p
  • Week 8: Bye
  • Week 9: Cowboys @ New York Giants 
    • Monday Night Football
    • Mon, Nov 4th, 7:15p
  • Week 10: Minnesota Vikings @ Cowboys
    • Sun, Nov 10th, 7:20p
  • Week 11: Cowboys @ Detroit Lions
    • Sun, Nov 17th, 12:00p
  • Week 12: Cowboys @ New England Patriots
    • Sun, Nov 24th, 3:25p
  • Week 13: Buffalo Bills @ Cowboys
    • Thanksgiving Day
    • Thu, Nov 28th, 3:30p
  • Week 14: Cowboys @ Chicago Bears
    • Thursday Night Football
    • Thu, Dec 4th, 7:20p
  • Week 15: Los Angeles Rams @ Cowboys
    • Sun, Dec 15th, 3:25p
  • Week 16: Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles
    • Sun, Dec 22nd, 3:25p
  • Week 17: Washington Redskins @ Cowboys
    • Sun, Dec 29th, 12:00p

A few notes and thoughts...

  • It feels like the Cowboys play the Giants on week 1 just about every year. In 2018 it was the Carolina Panthers, but now we're back to watching this divisional matchup early on.
  • I love that the Cowboys and Saints will matchup against each other on primetime on week 3. Last season's Thursday Night game between the two was one of the best games of the season.
  • Having a bye week right in the middle of the season is pretty ideal, and the Cowboys have been lucky in this regard lately. This time they'll rest on the eight week of the season.
  • Overall, this seems like a tougher calendar than last year's. This only makes sense given that the Cowboys are the current NFC East champions and are bound to face tougher opponents.
  • A particularly tough stretch might take place from week 12 to week 17. The Patriots, Bears and Rams will be on the list as well as two divisional rivals in the Eagles and Redskins.

Tell me what you think about "BREAKING: Dallas Cowboys 2019 Regular Season Schedule Announced" in the comments below, or tweet me @MauNFL and let’s talk football! If you like football and are looking for a Dallas Cowboys show in Spanish, don’t miss my weekly Facebook Live! show, Primero Cowboys!



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