Andy Dalton views what figures to be just one season of backing up Dak Prescott with the Dallas Cowboys as essentially halftime of his career.
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ARLINGTON, Tex.—Drew Brees and the Saints have a chance to do something that should seem familiar to Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys.
If it happens, New Orleans even might have the NFC South title already in hand by the end of the week.
The record-setting quarterback will go for an 11th-straight win after a season-opening loss in a visit to the Cowboys tonight.
ARLINGTON, Tex.—Kevin Byard secured the interception that sparked the sluggish Tennessee Titans and turned toward midfield.
The flashback for the Dallas Cowboys was just as disheartening as the original.
ARLINGTON, Tex.—Steve Pearce didn't want to wait around for Cole Hamels' confounding change-up.
So Toronto's lead-off hitter took a big swing at the first pitch he saw: a high fastball in just about a perfect spot for a hitter.
ARLINGTON, Tex.—Dak Prescott was getting X-rays on his swollen right hand when rookie Ryan Switzer scored his first career touchdown on an 83-yard punt return.
ARLINGTON, Tex.—Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys had to abandon any realistic hope of defending their NFC East title while losing three-straight games without suspended star running back Ezekiel Elliott.
A fourth-straight defeat when Washington visits tonight would hand the crown to Philadelphia with the Eagles still having five games left.
ARLINGTON, Tex.—Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys figured they were headed to halftime with a comfortable lead after his touchdown run before a what-just-happened score from Kansas City's Tyreek Hill, who surely will be on the short list for the play of the year in the NFL.
ARLINGTON, Tex.—Wins in the past two playoff matchups, a couple of victories in Toronto during a three-game set earlier this season, and now a ninth-inning rally in Texas.
The Blue Jays are finding ways to beat the Rangers—even if Jose Bautista was roughed up a bit by Rougned Odor in that wild brawl a little more than a year ago.
ARLINGTON, Tex.—Jose Bautista slid hard into second base, stood up, and found himself face-to-face with Rougned Odor.
Next thing the Toronto slugger knew, he was rattled by a punch to the jaw that sent his batting helmet and sunglasses flying.