As we approached the halfway stage of the 2020 NFL season, it became clear that Jerry Jones’ Dallas Cowboys equipment did not have “female luck.” The NFC East team is struggling under the leadership of the new head coach Mike McCarthy. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a compound ankle fracture at the end of the season during a game against the New York Giants in Week 5. Both lost the game.
The Texas-based organization entered the 2-5 record in Week 5. They will compete with the Philadelphia Eagles, NFC Eastern rivals. Among other things, the Cowboys may not have quarterback Andy Dalton. He did not practice with the team on Friday. Rookie Ben DiNucci (Ben DiNucci) may start his NFL career this weekend.
The Eagles ranked first in the NFC Eastern Division table with a record of 2:4-1
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Stephen A. Smith (Stephen A. Smith) carried out a full-scale protest against the Dallas Cowboys
In the latest issue ESPN’s primary selection, Popular sports analysts Stephen A. Smith (Stephen A. Smith) and Max Kellerman (Max Kellerman) attended again. The topic of debate has to do with Sunday’s game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles.
This is what Smith said to Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy.
“The Dallas Cowboys have the worst football defense. The worst defense in a football game is one of the top five defenses with the worst allowed yardage, the worst allowed score, and the worst allowed rush performance… and We are on the offensive end. Dak Prescott is gone. Ezekiel Elliott is clearly downcast, mainly because your offensive line is completely eliminated by injury. As a result, you got some submarines that were not prepared enough to meet the challenge.”
“With a newbie, the players don’t want to start, and a boss/general manager is looking for a broadcast host…let me understand this. Will Mike McCarthy be under pressure? Smith said at the beginning of the show.
Of course, McCarthy is under pressure and needs to get the desired results from his star-studded team. However, Carson Wentz may be working hard.
A home victory this weekend will help the Hawks gain momentum for the second consecutive season of the playoffs.
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