source: http://www.dallascowboys.com/

The city of Dallas will be hosting one of Sunday´s NFL games highlights at the AT&T Stadium as the Cowboys welcome one of this regular season top teams  – the Houston Texans.

The Texans have won three out of four regular season games, displaying pretty good performances over San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills. The Texans only downfall was to the New York Giants when the teams had a horrible loss of 17 – 30.

On the other hand, the Cowboys had a terrible 2014 preseason losing five consecutive games, but over the last three weeks Tony Romo and his team have managed to pull three victories in a row despite he being absent for a third consecutive Wednesday as the club continues to manage his recovery from back surgery in December that repaired a herniated disk.

Here are a couple of very interesting videos on the latest news at Dallas: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/how-dallas-cowboys-became-one-of-nfl-s-biggest-surprises-061915085.html




source: www.dallascowboys.com

Additionally, Cowboys strong-side linebacker Bruce Carter, who strained his right quadriceps Sunday against New Orleans, wasn’t practicing Wednesday at Valley Ranch. He’ll need 10 to 14 days to recover and isn’t expected to play Sunday against the Houston Texans.

At today’s practice the following injured were present on the field, linebacker Rolando McClain (groin) and defensive tackles Henry Melton (right hamstring) and Terrell McClain (concussion).

The most recent betting odds on this Sunday´s game stand at:

Dallas Cowboys  -7  46.5u

Houston Texans   +7  46.5o



source: source: http://www.dallascowboys.com/

Later on that same day, the Baltimore Ravens will face off the Indianapolis Colts at  Lincoln Financial Field. The betting odds favorite the hosts  – the Colts at  -3  48.5u while their counterpart Baltimore stand at: +3  48.5o

Additionally, Indianapolis wide receiver Da’Rick Rogers was released from the team Monday following a DUI arrest early Monday morning. Head coach Chuck Pagano said Monday the wide receiver had been released from the team for conduct detrimental. He was breathalyzed and registered a BAC of at least .08% and less than .15%.

“It’s a pretty easy place to thrive and to grow… If you can’t make it here, it’s gonna be tough to make it anywhere,” Pagano said of the Circle City in a press conference Monday”

“The way things are set up here, it’s a pretty good culture, a pretty good environment, a pretty easy place to thrive and to grow. I find it hard to believe that if you can’t make it here, it’s going to be tough to make it anywhere. We’ve got a pretty good thing going,” Pagano said.

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