The Cowboys are coming off an emotional 30-27 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving Day dropping their record to a dismal 3-8. Now, the Cowboys find themselves playing the role of spoiler the rest of the season, and it starts with the Indianapolis Colts who are in a close battle with the (6-5) Jacksonville Jaguars, (5-6) Houston Texans and the (5-6) Tennessee Titans for the AFC South title.
IRVINE, Calif., Dec. 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Dallas Cowboys rookie Bryan McCann tops the list of Rising Sports Stars to watch in the month of December. McCann’s popularity has soared 89% in the last 30 days over its November level as he emerged from a largely unknown player to a star cornerback and kick returner. McCann recently set a record as the first NFL rookie to record touchdowns of at least 97 yards in consecutive games.
Cowboys trump Rams in TV plans. The last-place Dallas Cowboys, rather than the tied-for-first-place Rams, have been deemed by the NFL to be a more attractive team for prime time. The league announced Tuesday that it is sticking with the Cowboys-Eagles matchup Dec. 12 for that day’s showcase NBC Sunday night game rather than exercising its option to switch to a more appealing matchup.