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The Cowboys lost their third straight game - and it was also the third straight game where quarterback Dak Prescott failed to toss a touchdown and the second straight with multiple interceptions.

One of the biggest keys to success for NFL teams is continuity, primarily at general manager and head coach.

"It definitely was a message of support", veteran defensive end Tyrone Crawford said. There are three games to go before he is eligible to return to the Cowboys' lineup for a Christmas Eve game at home against the Seattle Seahawks.

When Los Angeles hired Gus Bradley as its defensive coordinator this offseason, there were some rumblings about if that decision was wise given his tenure with the Jaguars. I want to say it the best I can. "So I think you keep going". With the increased number of contested passes, an increase in interceptions has followed: Prescott has thrown five interceptions in the last two games, more than he threw in all of 2016.

Elliott, after he and the NFLPA were beaten in court and abandoned their legal challenge, now has served three games of his suspension. They narrowly escaped the shut out this time around, but they still have the distinction of scoring the second fewest points on Thanksgiving in franchise history.

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"Well, I think that again, I've got a lot of optimism for our talent", Jones said. They won the whole thing five, six, seven years ago.

The team expects to know more about Williams' status this weekend.

"He's still being evaluated right now, doctors and trainers". In the loss to the Eagles, the Cowboys didn't have any pass plays of 20 yards or more.

What do you make of the Cowboys' pass rush, or lack thereof? "It wasn't enough to match what they were doing on their side of the ball". Those are different muscles those guys are using, that they're not used to using. I feel good about our staff. I'm not equivocating about it. This is not the negative vote of confidence at all. It's the way Jones has always been as Cowboys owner, of course: an indefatigable exhorter. He missed a kick Thursday and had to leave the game, forcing punter Drew Kaser to take on the placekicking duties.

"We're in a funk or whatever you want to call it", Prescott said.