Micah Parsons is two sacks away from breaking the NFL’s rookie record but unfortunately, the sensation will likely miss out on his opportunity to achieve the milestone. His status for the Week 18 regular season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles in doubt. COVID cases are rising across the country and while the focus has been on how individual absences can affect any team, it could also lead to a change of venue for the Super Bowl. A possible replacement destination? AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys are 11-5 and heading to the playoffs but they have been consistently inconsistent, leading to questions to how far they can advance. Kicker Greg Zuerlein being a major liability heading in the playoffs, observations from the Cowboys loss to the Cardinals, and more highlight the news and notes.
Cowboys LB Micah Parsons enters COVID protocol ahead of Week 18 :: Cowboys Wire
The Cowboys have a slim chance to improve their playoff seeding with a win against the Eagles on Saturday night and plan to play their starters while attempting to do so. However, Parsons likely won’t be on the field after landing on the Reserve/COVID list on Wednesday.
Report: Cowboys, NFL have discussed AT&T Stadium as Super Bowl backup site :: Cowboys Wire
The NFL always has contingency plans in place when it comes to the Super Bowl in the event of something unforeseen happening. Super Bowl LVI is scheduled to take place in SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. However, with COVID cases spiking and possible new statewide restrictions on large gatherings, AT&T Stadium has been discussed as a backup option if need be.
17 weeks in, what does anyone really know about these Dallas Cowboys? Cowboys Wire
One minute the Cowboys look like world-beaters and the next they look inept. That sums up the 2021 season in a nutshell and Rafael Vela breaks down how the inconsistency in which the Cowboys have performed leaves much to be desired despite their 11-5…