Dallas Cowboys: The Good, the Bad, and the New York Giants
The Dallas Cowboys bye week was very eventful for them and they didn’t even take the field. Here’s the good, bad and a preview of the Giants next week.
The Dallas Cowboys bye week could have been better but it also could have been worse. They were able to build on their lead in the NFC East but not against the team they needed it to be.
But they had a few positives as well heading into there Monday night game against the New York Giants. Here’s a preview taking a look into the good, the bad, and the G-Men themselves.
First, let’s start with the good news for the Dallas Cowboys from this weekend. The big news going into the weekend was the Cowboys with the New England Patriots trade for defensive end Michael Bennett. The Cowboys, in theory, have bolstered their defensive line with the addition of Bennett. But that isn’t the only positive news they received this weekend.
The Cowboys have been dealing with injuries over the past few weeks and during his interview on 105.3 FM The Fan Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones gave some positive news. Jones was able to give an update on the team’s injuries.
Jones would go on to say that the team heading into their game against the Giants would be the healthiest they have been since the beginning of the season. Great news for a teams that had players battling through injuries early in this season.
The last bit of good news doesn’t deal with anything on the field as Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys donated one million dollars to help Dallas ISD rebuild the football field at Thomas Jefferson High School.
That act motivated Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to donate one million dollars as well. That’s always going to be something that is good news for people to hear for those students and the people how had to deal with the tornado in Dallas last week.