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7-6, 2nd in NFC East
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Jerry 'looking forward' to resolution on Goodell

Jerry Jones' resolution on Roger Goodell is on the agenda for the league's special meeting, and he's "looking forward" to raising his concerns over the commissioner's new deal.

Cain believes in Zeke to reinvigorate Dak (1:26)

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was asked Monday morning if he has spoken with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and if they are "okay." Goodell's reponse, via CNBC: "Yes. Oh sure." Jones has been attempting to scuttle or at least delay Goodell's recent contract extension. The two will participate in an owners meeting this week in Texas.

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Jones made late effort to derail Goodell deal

On Dec. 1, just days before Roger Goodell signed a five-year extension, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones submitted a resolution to table the commissioner's contract talks for six months, according to a confidential memo obtained by ESPN.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Philadelphia Eagles beating the Los Angeles Rams, the Cowboys only path to the playoffs is now through the wild card. At 7-6, the Cowboys remain in 10th in the NFC and will need help even if they close the season with three straight wins.

Clay likes both Cowboys RBs in Week 15 (1:07)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones on the team's chances at 7-6 following Sunday's win against the Giants. “We just got to win ‘em,” Jones said. “We just have to. We just got to win those three. We didn't get much help today, but it's certainly not over at all. But the main thing is they remember what you did in December in pro football and so we want to play very impressively and I thought our win today was impressive. They didn't give it to us. They played us pretty sound. We had to earn it.”

Cowboys find big play offense against Giants (0:44)
Spagnuolo: 'Eli Manning is the quarterback right now' (0:41)
Cowboys topple Eli, Giants (1:25)

Prescott throws 3 TDs as Cowboys spoil Eli's return

Dak Prescott threw three touchdown passes and the desperate Dallas Cowboys beat New York 30-10 Sunday to spoil Steve Spagnuolo's debut as interim coach and the return of quarterback Eli Manning to the Giants' starting lineup.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott's 332 passing yards are a career high. He had gone four games without throwing for 200 yards. His three touchdown passes match a career high and it is first three-TD game since Oct. 22.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys' 30-10 win against the New York Giants was the 500th in franchise history and the 250th in Jerry Jones' tenure as owner and general manager. More importantly it improved them to 7-6 and kept them alive in the playoff chase with three games to play.

Witten's late score puts Cowboys ahead (0:27)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott throws his third TD pass vs. the Giants — and it's another slant route for an explosive play. Rod Smith vs. a LB in coverage. High-percentage throw that goes for 81 yards. Prescott is now at 332 yards passing.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys couldn't get big plays for a month coming into this game. Dak Prescott has touchdown passes of 50, 20 and 81 yards and a 54-yard completion as well.

Team Stats

Passing Yards200.825th
Rushing Yards137.53rd
Points For24.310th
Points Against22.6Tied-17th