2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
2-4, 1st in NFC East

ATH: Game 3

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss tonight's Game 3 of the World Series, how we should view the NFC East, if the winner of Titans-Steelers will make the Super Bowl, and much more.

Can Zeke finally get it going against Washington? (1:16)
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14hTodd Archer

Cowboys RG Martin likely out against Washington

The Cowboys are preparing as if Pro Bowl right guard Zack Martin will not play Sunday against the Washington Football Team because of a concussion.

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2dTodd Archer

McCarthy keeps focus on beating NFC East rivals

"Win the division games, you win the division," coach Mike McCarthy said as the 2-4 Cowboys prepare for games against 1-5 Washington and the 1-4-1 Eagles.

Damien Woody's epic Cowboys rant has Greeny ducking for cover (2:18)

ATH: Turmoil In Cowboys Locker Room

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Clayton Kershaw's dominant Game 1, reported turmoil in the Cowboys locker room, Ryan Fitzpatrick's feelings about Tua Tagovailoa starting, and much more.

Clark on Cowboys' anonymous criticism: 'This is what happens when you are losers' (1:40)
Stephen A. blames coaches for Cowboys' problems (2:00)
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2dTodd Archer

No one answer to fix fumbling woes, Elliott says

After losing two more fumbles in Monday's loss to the Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott said he can't pinpoint his fumbling issues to any one cause.


Hour 1: Did Kershaw silence the critics?

Max is happy Kershaw won but even if the Dodgers win the World Series he won't be among the All-Time greats. Roy Wood Jr. joins the show and reacts to his Dolphins naming Tua the starter. Why do we have high expectations for the Cowboys every year?


Greeny Hour 1: Softest Thing In Sports, Ed Werder, Airing of Grievances

Greeny crushes the Cowboy players who spoke anonymously and criticized the coaches... and we get the latest in Dallas from ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder. We look back at Game 1 of the World Series and revisit Greeny's Michael Jackson take from Get Up. Plus, another edition of Airing of Grievances.


J&J: Great Start To World Series For Dodgers

Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers dominating Game 1 of the World Series, drama in Big D and Harden and Westbrook's future in Houston. Plus, actor Miles Brown stops by the show.


Hahn: The Knicks will stay quiet

Alan has some bad news for Knicks fans expecting a big offseason. Plus, more Trevor Lawrence to the Jets talk on Audio Files.


Hahn: Mets can't be outbid for stars

The guys discuss how Steve Cohen can't allow a player like Mookie Betts to get away from the Mets when he becomes the owner. Plus, is there already dissention in Dallas?


Hour 4: Tua Time?

Keyshawn Johnson, Bart Scott, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour still wondering what to make of the smoke coming from Dallas. Where there is smoke there is fire, and the guys are now wondering if changes will be made prior to the season ending. Hall of Fame voice Dick Vitale joins the show to debate with Keyshawn on the World Series. Dickie V thinks the series will go seven but Keyshawn isnt trying to hear any of that. Jeff Darlington joins the show to tell us why he isnt that surprised in the Tua starting move for the Dolphins.


Hour 3: B1G Return

Keyshawn Johnson, Zubin Mehenti, and Bart Scott begin hour three discussing the return of the Big 10 and what it means for the landscape of College Football. Pat Fitzgerald joins the show to discuss the return and what to make of such a uncertain time in College Football. The legendary Mike "Doc" Emrick joins the show to talk about his incredible career coming to an end as he retires. Jessica Mendoza joisn the show to talk about Mookie Betts and the impressive win of the Dogers in Game 1 of the World Series.

Team Stats

Passing Yards359.01st
Rushing Yards105.023rd
Points For28.810th
Points Against36.31st