BIG ISSUE: The Cowboys’ victory against the NFC East-leading New York Giants last weekend gave Dallas something it hadn’t had for at least a month: a spark. But the Cowboys are still 2-7, still don’t have their franchise quarterback and are still facing a brutal seven-game stretch to close out the season. But in today’s NFL, where no team is on pace to win more than 12 games this year, anything can happen.
IRVING — In their first five games of the season, the Dallas Cowboys were penalized 49 times for 414 yards. That was not the sole reason they were 1-4, but in an average game, they were surrendering 82.8 yards to the opposition.
IRVING — It took Bryan McCann being in the right place at the wrong time before he could find himself in the right place at the right time. McCann’s career started on the waiver wire twice in 11 days. It wasn’t until the Dallas Cowboys had injuries in the secondary that McCann was added to the active roster. Then, it took injuries to Mike Jenkins and Terence Newman for McCann to get on the field on defense.
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