Last week was a rollercoaster of a gameday for the Dallas Cowboys; the quarterback roulette between Dak Prescott and Cooper Rush, with the latter pulling off a miraculous win in Minnesota. This Sunday, Prescott returns to the field against the 4-4 Denver Broncos, who have some interesting storylines with Dallas coming off of this years’ draft and are now without their franchise star in Von Miller.
The Cowboys sit at 6-1 and the image of head coach Mike McCarthy has changed from struggle to success in his second year in Dallas. One of the biggest revelations in 2021 is defensive end Randy Gregory pushing towards a big payday without his partner in crime, which he noted in an interview.
Who’s the X-Factors on Sunday? Will the Cowboys handle business at home? Is this the halfway point in a historic season for Dallas?
All this and more in Cowboys News and Notes.
How to watch, wager, live stream, listen to Cowboys-Broncos in Week 9 :: Cowboys Wire
The Dallas Cowboys come into Week 9 at 6-1 and one of the early powerhouses of the NFC in 2021. Click the link to see all the ways to watch, wager, live stream and listen to the matchup in AT&T Stadium.
Randy Gregory Speaks on Potential New Contract for Next Season :: Inside The Star
Finally reaching this point in his career, Gregory has planted himself as a premier pass rusher for Dallas at the perfect time: a contract year. The Nebraska product opened up about the big payday coming up, saying he’d be lying if he claimed it wasn’t on his mind.
Cowboys vs. Broncos: Each team’s X-Factor player for Sunday :: Blogging The Boys
Every given Sunday, NFL teams get to watch as unsung heroes rise to the occasion and lead their teams to a win. For Cowboys-Broncos, the answer is pretty simple for Denver, with Teddy Bridgewater needing a season-best performance to outgun the Dallas offense. For the Cowboys, it’s tackle Terence Steele, who takes over the duties of former All-Pro left tackle Tyron…