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NFC East
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Head Coach
Jason Garrett
Offensive Coordinator
Kellen Moore
Defensive Coordinator
Rod Marinelli
Special Teams Coach
Keith O'Quinn
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Tony Pollard Leads the Backfield on Saturday

Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Tony Pollard led the backfield in Saturday's preseason game, running the ball five times for 42 yards and a touchdown. He added a nine yard catch as well. Pollard got the most carries and yards and the only touchdown among Cowboys running backs. With Ezekiel Elliott possibly on the sidelines for Week 1 or more, Pollard could be in for a couple of RB1 weeks.

Dak Prescott Completes All Five Passes on Saturday

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott completed all five of his passes in Saturday's preseason game, gaining 64 yards. As expected, Prescott didn't play much but he should get a larger share of at least the first half in the Cowboys dress rehearsal next week. With Ezekiel Elliott far from a sure thing for Week 1, Prescott may have a bit more on his shoulders than expected to start the season.

Noah Brown Fighting for a Roster Spot

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown is fighting for a roster spot on the receiver depth chart behind Amari Cooper, Randall Cobb, Michael Gallup, and Tavon Austin. The first three will start on offense and Austin plays a role on special teams. The departure of Allen Hurns gives Brown a better chance to lock down the last spot, but he'll have to show some value on special teams. He's unlikely to have any real fantasy value this season.

2 days ago
Tavon Austin Looking at Punt-Return Duties This Season

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Tavon Austin should have punt-return duties all to himself this season. He split the work with Cole Beasley last season, but with Beasley gone, Austin should be the unquestioned returner for punts. Austin was allegedly going to get "12-24 touches" per game last season and then ended up with 14 total touches all season. It'll be more of the same this year, as he's shown to be next to useless on offense. His speed makes him slightly interesting in return-yardage leagues, but there are likely better options available.

2 days ago
Jason Witten "Better, Stronger and Faster" This Season

Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is "better, stronger and faster" than he was before, according to quarterback Dak Prescott. Witten took a year off to work in the broadcast booth but couldn't stay away too long. He's atop the Cowboys tight end depth chart but should cede some playing time to Blake Jarwin and Dalton Schultz. Witten's upside remains what it was before: a guy who will catch what is thrown to him and go down without dropping the ball. He's a depth piece and shouldn't be targeted as a starter.

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