2021 NFL Dallas Cowboys News

The Dallas Cowboys continue to look like one of the best teams in the NFL.

2021 NFL Dallas Cowboys News

This past week was an interesting one in the NFL as the final undefeated team fell and the NFC continued to look like the superior conference.

Of course the Dallas Cowboys are among the NFC elites and had arguably the most impressive win of their season all things considered. Where do the Cowboys rank this week given their continued success and teams ahead of them falling just a bit with losses?

As we do every week we have put together our power rankings for the National Football League and collected how people around the national media feel about America’s Team.


2021 NFL Dallas Cowboys News

1 – Dallas Cowboys (LW: 3)

Winning the way that the Cowboys did on Sunday night was something that we haven’t seen from this team in a LONG time. If they can battle adversity without Dak Prescott, they can do anything. Welcome to the top.

Dallas Cowboys v Minnesota Vikings

2 – Los Angeles Rams (LW: 4)

Adding Von Miller is going to make them that much better (here is how that trade impacts the Cowboys by the way). The top of the NFC is loaded and the Rams are doing everything that they can to finish at the top of it.

3 – Green Bay Packers (LW: 5)

We were all wondering how they would fare in Arizona without their top options. Unfortunately, Aaron Rodgers remains inevitable.

4 – Arizona Cardinals (LW: 1)

2021 NFL Dallas Cowboys News

The 2021 season is the Dallas Cowboys’ 62nd season in the National Football League, the 13th playing home games at AT&T Stadium, and 2nd under head coach Mike McCarthy.

For the first time since 2004, long-time long snapper L. P. Ladouceur will not be on the roster, as he was not re-signed during free agency. This will also be the first season since 2010 without long-time punter Chris Jones, as he was released on March 17, 2021.

To further add to the notable departures, this will be the first season since 2011 without defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford, as he announced his retirement on March 25, 2021. Additionally, this will be the first season since 2009 without linebacker Sean Lee, as he announced his retirement on April 26, 2021.

The Cowboys will attempt to improve on their 6–10 record and make the playoffs for the first time since 2018.

On July 2, 2021, the Cowboys were announced to be featured on HBO’s Hard Knocks for the third time in franchise history.

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