Some links out of Dallas this morning:
FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM:
Storylines to follow in today’s Cowboys-Patriots gameâ – Staff
The Star Telegram goes over five key points from today’s game, including the return of Miles Austin for the Cowboys.
Cowboys-Patriots key matchup: Scandrick vs. Welkerâ – Staff
The Star Telegram has a brief mention on the match-up between Welker and Scandrick when the two face off later today.
SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS:
Cowboys vs. Patriots: 5 things to watchâ – Staff
In this “5 Things to Watch”, the newspaper mentions five key areas for this afternoon’s game, and points out that Dallas Coach Rob Ryan’s Cleveland Browns defense was the last to hold the Patriots below 30 points in a 34-14 win lastÂ November.
Cowboys vs. Patriots: Week 6 scouting reportâ – Tom Orsborn
Orsborn has a “scouting report” on today’s game, but the reason why those two words are in quotation marks is because it’s basically an entry with a few notes, with no real information, match-ups, etc. Â Very bizarre.
Cowboys’ suspect moves not limited to playersâ – Tom Orsborn
Orsborn questions moves by some of Dallas’ players in recent weeks, includingÂ Tashard Choice andÂ Felix Jones running out of bounds at inopportune times late in the last twoÂ games.
Scout’s Eye: Cowboys-Patriots key matchupsâ – Bryan Broaddus
In this entry Broaddus spotlights some match-ups, including Dallas offensive guardsÂ Bill Nagy andÂ Kyle Kosier vs. Patriots DTÂ Vince Wilfork.
‘Boys try to halt Pats scoring machineâ - Stats & Info
This entry includes some interesting facts and information about both teams heading into this afternoon’s match-up.
DALLAS MORNING NEWS:
A look at the keys to victory for the Cowboys in their matchup – Rainer Sabin
Sabin goes over some keys to today’s game, including the fact the Patriots cover a greater distance on first down than any team in theÂ NFL, advancing an average of 7.54 yards.
Lineup change to watch: The return of Miles Austinâ – Rainer Sabin
Sabin ponders what the return of Austin will mean for the Cowboys today against New England.
Cliches aren’t included with Rob Ryan’s defenseâ – David Thomas
Thomas writes, “We know Rob Ryan is the complete opposite of his boss, Jason Garrett. And when I think about how Ryan used to be on Bill Belichick’s staff, I realize that Ryan might be the complete opposite of a lot of people.”
PRO FOOTBALL TALK:
Felix Jones says his shoulder still hasn’t healedâ – Evan Silva
Silva writes that Cowboys running backÂ Felix Jones, whoÂ dislocated his shoulder in Dallasâ Week Two win over the 49ers, and says the shoulder still hasnât healed.