The Cowboys’ thrilling win in Foxborough was tempered quickly when quarterback Dak Prescott arrived for his postgame press conference in a walking boot. He joked about it, but an MRI was scheduled nevertheless. Now the results should allow at least a tentative sigh of relief in Cowboys Nation. On the subject of the Dallas signal-caller, the numbers continue to be impressive: he’s up for a weekly award, on an MVP pace, and putting up a staggering body of work in overtime games.
Elsewhere, offensive lineman La’el Collins has served his suspension and will rejoin the team. He’ll come back to an offense that may have found a new playmaker in Cedrick Wilson. Sunday’s final play proved costly from a sports-betting standpoint, but fared well in Next Gen Stats’ look back at the weekend. Ezekiel Elliott didn’t mince words when asked about the officiating crew in Week 6, and Trevon Diggs is not only posting legendary interception numbers, he’s providing memorable highlights in new languages. We break down the breakdown in the Dallas defense on that Mac Jones bomb, recap all our postgame coverage, and wonder if we’re seeing the beginning of the end of the Belichick era in New England. Strap in; we’re covering lots of ground in the News and Notes.
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