Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart

Dallas Cowboys Depth Chart

NFC East
AT&T Stadium
Head Coach
Mike McCarthy
Offensive Coordinator
Kellen Moore
Defensive Coordinator
Mike Nolan
Special Teams Coach
John Fassell
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Cowboys To Make Decision On Tyron Smith On Saturday

Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith (neck) hasn't practiced all week due to a neck injury, and a decision will be made on his availability for Week 2 against the Falcons on Saturday. Head coach Mike McCarthy said that Smith wants to play. This is something to monitor since the Cowboys already have offensive lineman La'el Collins and Cam Erving on Injured Reserve. Losing Smith against Atlanta would be another big blow to their offensive line and could be bad news for quarterback Dak Prescott's protection this Sunday. Terence Steele would likely step in on Prescott's blind side if Smith doesn't get clearance.

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Amari Cooper Expected To Play In Week 2

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper (ankle) is not expected to miss any time in Week 2. Cooper was a late addition to the injury report this week, which is always concerning, but it seems he is fine and fully expected to play. Cooper is a high-upside WR1 as long as he suits up, as the Falcons Defense was annihilated by the Seahawks passing game last week. Cooper will match up with rookie defensive back A.J. Terrell.

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Amari Cooper Limited In Practice

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper (foot) was limited in practice on Thursday, while left tackle Tyron Smith (neck) sat out. With La'el Collins and Cam Erving already on Injured Reserve, Smith's injury is one to watch heading into Week 2 against the Falcons. Cooper should be good to go this weekend as long as he doesn't suffer a setback in practice on Friday. If he were to sit out on Sunday, rookie CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup would see more targets in the passing game, especially with tight end Blake Jarwin out for the season. But if Cooper is active as expected, he'll be a surefire WR1 against a defense that was carved up by Russell Wilson in Week 1.

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Cowboys Defense Not A Strong Week 2 Option

The Dallas Cowboys Defense is not a strong Week 2 option in what could end up as a shootout against the Atlanta Falcons. While some of it came in what amounted to garbage time, the Falcons offense was still able to move the ball and put up points in Week 1 all while the Cowboys defense was unable to slow down the Seattle offense. It doesn't bode well for Week 2, especially since they only recorded one sack. The Cowboys defense will have better matchups where they could be used as a streaming defense, but this is not one of those weeks.

Greg Zuerlein A Good Kicking Option For Week 2

Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein is a strong kicking option in Week 2 fantasy lineups. With the Cowboys taking on the Atlanta Falcons in what could be the highest scoring game of the week, Zuerlein should have plenty of chances to kick field goals or tack on extra points. In Week 1, "Greg the Leg" made two extra points and one of his two field goal attempts. He's ranked solidly in the top five of fantasy kickers for Week 2.