4 notes to digest before the Dallas Cowboys host Cardinals

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Dallas Cowboys, Ezekiel Elliott

Dallas Cowboys, Ezekiel Elliott – Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The sky is falling for the Dallas Cowboys. But at 2-3, Big D can still steal the show, even without the leadership of Dak Prescott. Lot’s to talk about.

This isn’t how the 2020 season was supposed to go. Even at a 2-3 standing, the Dallas Cowboys appear to be drifting out of orbit. The team is banking and hoping for a weak NFC East, which may feed the organization a lifeline.

Yes, quarterback Dak Prescott is gone for the year. It’s not a sentence you want to utter considering he was the MVP of Big D so far and, was arguably the most valuable player in the NFL up until the third period of the Giants game.

The Dallas Cowboys were already in deep hope mode with Dak Prescott playing lights out football, but now the squad is spinning on contingent plans with a weak defense and a suspicious special teams. The team wasn’t going to fix these conspicuous problems overnight, so adding insult to injury by losing Prescott with an ankle injury certainly sucks the air out of Cowboys Nation.

The show moves forward. It will go on. It must go on.

The Dallas Cowboys welcome the 3-2, Arizona Cardinals to AT&T Stadium for Monday night action. The extra day gives quarterback Andy Dalton an extra day to deposit knowledge in the bank, which is a major plus. But is it enough?

Who wins? Well, let’s predict the outcome! Here are four notes to think about before America’s Team hosts a familiar foe.

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