Key Matchups For NFL Wild Card WeekendWhich matchups will determine this weekend's games? We dive in to find out as the first round of the playoffs approaches.
Cowboys-Redskins Week 7 MatchupThe Washington Redskins host the Dallas Cowboys in an NFC East matchup for the division lead.
Ray Lewis: 'Raiders' Start Concerns Me The Most, Cowboys Not Far Behind'The Raiders and Cowboys have combined to start the season 1-5. Lewis explains why those teams should be worried moving forward.
Biggest Questions Facing Eagles, Patriots Heading Into Training CampCBS TV sports anchors weigh in on the biggest concerns heading into the upcoming season and more ahead of training camps opening this week.
Keidel: Dez's Only Distraction Was His Pending Cap HitDez Bryant and the Cowboys part ways after eight years that saw the brash talent settle into a career as a productive NFL receiver.
LISTEN: Charles Haley Discusses Bipolar Disorder, Temper On WFANCharles Harley admits he wasn't the best teammate. He says he held players accountable for their performance, which rubbed some of them the wrong way.
Keidel: This Year's Eagles Are Last Year's CowboysThe Eagles have secured home-field advantage in the NFL playoffs, while the Cowboys have been eliminated entirely.
Philip Rivers, Chargers Rout Fading Cowboys, 28-6Philip Rivers threw for 434 yards and three touchdowns in his first Thanksgiving game in his 14th season and the Los Angeles Chargers beat the fading Dallas Cowboys 28-6 on Thursday.
Silverman: Strong Finish Far More Important In NFL Than Hot StartA hot start is a good thing in the NFL, but it doesn’t mean a thing if a team does not have staying power.
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Apologizes For Racially-Charged Remark In VideoAfter the video's release Friday, Jones apologized in a statement issued by the team, saying, "That comment was inappropriate. It's not who I am, and I'm sorry."
CBS Sports' Dan Fouts On Week 9 Broncos-Eagles Matchup, MoreNFL ON CBS analyst Dan Fouts gives his input on the Week 9 matchup between the Denver Broncos and Philadelphia Eagles, and more.
Federal Appeals Court: Cowboys' Elliott Can Play SundayDallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott can play in Sunday's home game against Kansas City while a federal appeals court considers a challenge to his six-game suspension.