The most recent problem Dallas Cowboys is facing……

With just two starters lost for the season, the Dallas Cowboys have been among the NFL’s healthiest teams.

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This season, the only Cowboys starters who have missed a significant amount of time are Trevon Diggs and Leighton Vander Esch.


Fortunately for us, DaRon Bland has more than made up for Diggs’ absence, breaking the NFL record for most interceptions returned for touchdowns in a single season.


There are still six games remaining in the regular season, which is just more frosting on the cake.

Vander Esch’s replacement hasn’t been a 1:1 swap. Rashaan Evans, Markquese Bell, and Damone Clark have taken up the slack.

Now in Week 13, the Cowboys host a Thursday game for the second time in a row after defeating the Washington Commanders on Thanksgiving.


Next up are the Seattle Seahawks, and thanks to their excellent health, Dallas should be favored to advance to 9-3.

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Seven players were officially listed by the Dallas Cowboys on the injury report for Week 13.

*TE Peyton Hendershot’s status was changed to “questionable”* as of the time this article was written.

He is now free to play without any limitations.

A sickness appears to be spreading throughout the Cowboys’ stadium, affecting Micah Parsons as well as Dante Fowler.


Their standing in the game won’t be impacted.


Tomorrow, Jayron Kearse, who was sidelined by a back injury last week, will be available again.


In response to a question regarding his likelihood of playing, Kearse gave the response “200%.”


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