• Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 12/15/18 12:46pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott has started all 13 games this season. If he starts the final three games in 2018 he would be the first quarterback in franchise history to start every game in three consecutive seasons.

    Huddle Up: Prescott has helped the Cowboys to the top of the NFC East, and his durability has certainly helped the continuity of the offense. He was really jelled nicely with newcomer Amari Cooper to see a boost in his fantasy production, too. Consider Dak a low-end QB1 or strong QB2 heading into Week 15.

  • Cole Beasley - WR
    Posted 12/14/18 1:21pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley (foot) fully participated in practice Friday, Dec. 14, and is not on the injury report for Week 15.

    Huddle Up: Beasley has not been a big factor in the passing game over the last several weeks but likely will receive some targets against the Indianapolis Colts. Owners in most leagues should have better options available and can avoid Beasley.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 12/14/18 1:12pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott (shoulder) fully participated in practice Friday, Dec. 14, and is not on the injury report for Week 15.

    Huddle Up: Elliott continues to be one of the top running backs in the NFL and is a must-start option in all fantasy leagues.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 12/13/18 9:06am ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott (shoulder) will return to practice Thursday, Dec. 13, after sitting out the previous day to rest his injured shoulder.

    Huddle Up: Over the last six weeks, Elliott has racked up a league-most 176 touches and trails only the Panthers' Christian McCaffrey (192.4) with 167.1 PPR points during that span. The wear and tear may be starting to show somewhat, but you're going to keep rolling with Zeke as an elite RB1.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 12/13/18 3:48pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott (shoulder) fully participated in practice Thursday, Dec. 13.

    Huddle Up: Elliott has been one of the top running backs in the NFL this season and is a must-start option in all fantasy leagues.

  • Cole Beasley - WR
    Posted 12/13/18 4:09pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley (foot) fully participated in practice Thursday, Dec. 13.

    Huddle Up: Beasley has recorded only 32 yards over the last three games and has only 10 targets during that span. He appears to have a smaller role in the passing game than he did earlier in the season and can be avoided in fantasy leagues.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 12/12/18 1:33pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday, Dec. 12, as he was resting his shoulder.

    Huddle Up: It might simply have been a routine mid-week maintenance day which he normally takes off to rest, so don't be terribly concerned.

  • Jason Garrett - HC
    Posted 12/9/18 9:34am ET

    Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has tried to convince retired former Cowboys TE Jason Witten to come out of retirement and rejoin the team on multiple occasions this season, according to sources. Witten, though, has declined the offers and remain in the Monday Night Football broadcasting booth.

    Huddle Up: Hard to blame Garrett as the Cowboys' tight ends, headed by Geoff Swaim and Blake Jarwin, have combined for just 40 receptions for 362 yards and one TD on the season. At age 35 a year ago, Witten had 63 catches for 560 yards and five scores, but it definitely sounds like we've seen the last of Witten on the field.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 12/9/18 7:25pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott rushed 28 times for 113 yards in the Week 14 game against the Philadelphia Eagles and he added 12 catches for 79 yards on 13 targets.

    Huddle Up: Elliott left the game very briefly, but returned and finished up strong. He remains a top fantasy option heading into Week 15 against the Indianapolis Colts.

  • Michael Gallup - WR
    Posted 12/9/18 7:47pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Gallup posted four receptions for 24 yards on nine targets in the Week 14 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Huddle Up: Gallup has two or more catches in six of the past seven outings, but he hasn't scored in six games and his yardage totals are very ordinary. He only has fantasy appeal in the deepest of leagues heading into Week 15 at Indianapolis.

  • Blake Jarwin - TE
    Posted 12/9/18 7:44pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys TE Blake Jarwin posted seven receptions for 56 yards on seven targets in Week 14 against the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Huddle Up: Jarwin entered the game with a total of seven receptions and 79 yards over his first 12 games, seeing just 11 targets. Despite the solid performance, he is a risky fantasy play going forward.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 11/29/18 8:37pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott rushed 23 times for 76 yards and caught six passes for 60 yards and a touchdown in a 13-10 win over the New Orleans Saints in Week 13.

    Huddle Up: With his increased role in the passing game this year, Elliott has further solidified himself as one of the safest fantasy options at any position.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 11/29/18 8:33pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott completed 24 of his 28 passes for 248 yards and a touchdown and rushed five times for 22 yards in a 13-10 win over the New Orleans Saints in Week 13.

    Huddle Up: His line would have been even prettier had he not overthrown Michael Gallup for a would-be touchdown. Prescott has been running more often and throwing the ball more efficiently since the trade for Amari Cooper, making him a high-end QB2.

  • Cole Beasley - WR
    Posted 11/29/18 9:10pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley caught two passes for nine yards against the New Orleans Saints on Thursday, Nov. 29.

    Huddle Up: Beasley finishes the month of November with 15 receptions for 118 yards and no touchdowns across five games, failing to reach double digits in yardage in the last two. With the arrival of Amari Cooper as the clear No. 1 and Michael Gallup on the rise, Beasley's fantasy profile has shrunk to zero. If you've been holding onto him for some reason, go ahead and cut bait.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 11/27/18 12:14pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott is on pace for a career-high 384 touches in 2018, but the Cowboys aren't concerned about exhausting their star running back. Offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said the Cowboys will continue to feature Elliott on all three downs, adding that Elliott's physical and mental capacity allows them to do that.

    Huddle Up: The Cowboys are making up for lost time with Elliott after he missed six games last year due to suspension. He's been utilized in the passing game more this season, too, and needs 563 total yards to surpass the 2,000 mark on season. Obviously, he's a mainstay in lineups assuming health is not an issue.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 11/26/18 9:15am ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott (undisclosed) returned to practice Monday, Nov. 26, after sitting out practice Sunday, Nov. 25.

    Huddle Up: Dallas is playing a second straight game on Thursday, which explains why the Cowboys would even be holding a practice on a Sunday. By all accounts, Elliott was getting a maintenance day Sunday and will be ready to go for Week 13 against the New Orleans Saints. The matchup is not a great one, but his workload and talent will keep him firmly entrenched as a fantasy RB1 option.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 11/25/18 7:37am ET

    The Dallas Cowboys are hoping to reach a contract extension with QB Dak Prescott, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The team feels it has the salary cap space to make this possible but negotiations between both sides have not yet gotten underway.

    Huddle Up: It's clear that the Cowboys view the 25-year-old Prescott as their long-term solution at quarterback and he has experienced a surge in fantasy value over the last month. Since the acquisition of WR Amari Cooper in mid-October, Prescott has gone from a bye-week replacement at best to a low-end QB1 in most formats. He has thrown five touchdowns and one interception over his last four contests while completing 70 percent of his passes.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 11/22/18 5:16pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott rushed 26 times for 121 yards and a touchdown, adding five catches for 22 yards, in Week 12 against the Washington Redskins.

    Huddle Up: The Cowboys face the New Orleans Saints in Week 13, and while they gave up a TD to Josh Adams in Week 11, this has been one of the stingiest defenses against running backs in 2018.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 11/22/18 5:10pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott threw for 289 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions on 22-for-31 passing against the Washington Redskins in Week 12. He added 18 yards and a touchdown on six carries.

    Huddle Up: Prescott has been dynamic of late and takes on the New Orleans Saints in Week 13, which should be another fine opportunity for QB1 production. The addition of Amari Cooper has transformed the offense by providing a legitimate deep threat.

  • Michael Gallup - WR
    Posted 11/22/18 5:33pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Gallup caught two of six targets for 19 yards in Week 12 against the Washington Redskins.

    Huddle Up: While he has a bright future, Gallup is best left on the waiver wire at this time. He has a hint of DFS utility in Week 13 against the New Orleans Saints.

  • Cole Beasley - WR
    Posted 11/22/18 5:51pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley caught one of his two targets for five yards in Week 12 against the Washington Redskins.

    Huddle Up: He has been a reliable source for PPR gamers lately, but Amari Cooper stole the show in this low-volume passing offense. Next week, against the New Orleans Saints, it should require all hands on deck for the Cowboys.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 11/20/18 9:02am ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott is 90 yards behind Los Angeles Rams RB Todd Gurley for the league rushing lead coming out of Week 11.

    Huddle Up: Elliott has been on tear of late, rushing for a league-most 273 yards on 42 carries over the last two weeks. The immediate road ahead, though, looks to be somewhat tougher with the Redskins, Saints and Eagles up next, but Elliott remains an unquestioned elite RB1 start, regardless.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 11/18/18 12:52pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott went 22-for-32 for 208 yards against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 11. He also rushed for five yards and one touchdown on four carries during the game.

    Huddle Up: Prescott was held without a touchdown pass for the first time since Week 1 but was able to find the end zone. He will be facing the Washington Redskins next week and could be a low-end No. 1 fantasy quarterback.

  • Michael Gallup - WR
    Posted 11/18/18 1:52pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Gallup caught one pass for 10 yards against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 11.

    Huddle Up: Gallup has been targeted at least five times in three of the last four games but has not caught more than three passes in any game this season. Owners should be able to find better options to use and can avoid Gallup next week.

  • Cole Beasley - WR
    Posted 11/18/18 1:43pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley caught five passes for 51 yards against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 11.

    Huddle Up: Beasley has been targeted at least five times in four of the last five games but has posted at least 60 yards in only two of the 10 games this season. He can be a flex option in point-per-reception leagues but can be avoided in most standard leagues.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 11/18/18 1:38pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 122 yards and one touchdown on 23 carries against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 11. He also caught seven passes for 79 yards during the game.

    Huddle Up: Elliott has rushed for at least 100 yards in five games this season and has caught 13 passes in the last two games. He will continue to be a main focal point on offense for the Cowboys and is a must-start option in all leagues.

  • Allen Hurns - WR
    Posted 11/16/18 6:50pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Allen Hurns has played less than 20 snaps in back-to-back games, but he said he is staying patient. 'Just wait for the opportunity and control what I can,' Hurns said.

    Huddle Up: Hurns has been a disappointment all year, and with Amari Cooper now in the mix, there is no reason to expect him to turn things around.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB
    Posted 11/11/18 9:04pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott ran for 151 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries and added 36 yards receiving and another score on six catches in Week 10 versus the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Huddle Up: Elliott had been held to 61 yards rushing or fewer in three of his last four games, but he had some gaping holes to run through in this one. His 32-yard run in the first half when he hurdled over Tre Sullivan will be replayed on highlight videos throughout the week. The Cowboys have also made good on getting Elliott involved in the passing game this season, as his 35 receptions through nine games is a career high. He'll remain a no-brainer RB1 in Week 11 against the Atlanta Falcons.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 11/11/18 9:23pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott finished 26-of-36 for 270 yards and a touchdown in Week 10 versus the Philadelphia Eagles. He added 9 yards and a touchdown on six carries.

    Huddle Up: Despite what looks like a solid stat line, Prescott still has a long way to go to master the art of quarterbacking. He held the ball too long on some occasions, stared down his receivers other times and pulled the trigger too late on other throws. Nevertheless, fantasy owners can't be too displeased with the effort, and Prescott has accounted for at least two touchdowns in four straight games. He should be a serviceable streamer at the very least in Week 11 against the Atlanta Falcons.

  • Dak Prescott - QB
    Posted 11/8/18 6:56pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott recorded multiple turnovers in a game for the 10th time in the last two seasons in the team's loss Monday, Nov. 5, against the Tennessee Titans. That's tied for the most such occurrences within that span alongside Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr, Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston and Green Bay Packers QB DeShone Kizer.

    Huddle Up: Prescott's stock has dropped dramatically since his terrific rookie campaign a few years ago. One of the main indicators of that has been the increase in the amount of times he turns the ball over, something he rarely would do in his freshman campaign. It's safe to say he's not a reliable QB1 right now, though the addition of Amari Cooper figures to help give him a boost again.

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