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It’s not that Travis Frederick needed to introduce himself to Joe Looney, but not seeing Zack Martin to his right on Thanksgiving against the Los Angeles Chargers threw off the Dallas Cowboys’ All-Pro center a little.

“It is bizarre,” Frederick said, noting changes the past few years at left guard including Ronald Leary, La’el Collins, Chaz Green and Jonathan Cooper. “But having somebody that’s been a stalwart not there, it’s interesting to say the least.”

Since 2014 when the Cowboys drafted Martin in the first round, they have been on the field together for 3,813 of 3,866 snaps over the past four seasons. Forty-seven of the snaps have come this season.

Martin suffered a concussion in the second quarter against the Chargers and did not return, playing 20 of 55 offensive snaps before being replaced by Looney. With a big lead against the San Francisco 49ers, Martin played in 63 of the 75 offensive snaps.

He had a helmet-to-helmet collision while pulling on a Rod Smith run. He briefly took a knee to gather himself but made it back to the huddle and played the next four snaps.

“I knew something wasn’t right, but I didn’t know what it was,” Frederick said. “He was kind of late to coming back to the huddle and usually he’s a quick guy back to the huddle. I said, ‘Are you OK?’ I didn’t see what happened, so I didn’t know and he said, ‘Yeah, I’m good,’ and he went forward. I didn’t think anything of it on the sideline.”

With the Chargers in possession, Martin went through the concussion testing and eventually went back to the locker room before being ruled out.

The good news for Frederick — and the Cowboys — Martin went through a limited portion of Monday’s practice, which is a sign he will be available Thursday against the Washington Redskins.

He has not missed a game in his career.

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Datone Jones opened 2017 with the Minnesota Vikings, but a shoulder injury led to a settlement on Sept. 8. He spent one week with the Detroit Lions in October before joining the San Francisco 49ers.

He played three games for San Francisco and made six tackles.

On Sunday, he joined the Dallas Cowboys, his fourth team in three months, with a two-year deal.

“I’ve been on multiple teams, bouncing around; it’s kind of hard finding a groove,” Jones said. “It’s kind of easy to get down and give up on yourself and start thinking about life after ball. For me, this opportunity has been a blessing for me and my family. All I can do is come in here and compete and challenge myself to be the best Datone Jones I can be and create a competitive environment inside the defensive line room.”

Jones was a first-round pick of the Green Bay Packers in 2013. He played in 59 games with seven starts and had nine sacks. The Cowboys liked Jones in prepping for the 2013 draft, although they did not have a first-round grade on him.

“Really just want to get him in the mix, want to get him out at practice and just see how he fits,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. “We feel like he has some versatility in our evaluation of him when he came out of school. And so we’ll just see how he’ll practices and where he can fit in our defensive front.”

The Cowboys have 10 defensive linemen on the roster with the addition of Jones. They recently added Daniel Ross from the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad, but he has yet to be active for a game.

By signing Jones to a two-year deal, the Cowboys can almost get a free look at him in the final five weeks of this season and use the offseason program and training camp to get a longer assessment at him if they choose.

Jones is just hoping to fit in as quickly as possible.

“For me, I don’t want to do anything to shift those blocks, like Jenga, you know? I don’t want those blocks to fall,” Jones said. “I just want to keep helping this team build and bring my competitive environment into the defensive line room so they know I’m serious, I’m here to work and I’m ready to get out there.”

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As things have soured for the Dallas Cowboys in these past three weeks, it’s almost as if they are waiting for something bad to happen.

More often than not, it did.

Before Philip Rivers lit up the Cowboys for 434 yards and threw three touchdown passes, he should have had a pass intercepted by cornerback Jourdan Lewis in the second quarter. Of course, the sun might have played an issue with Lewis dropping what should have been the second interception of his career. But Jerry Jones will say the sun doesn’t play an issue in late afternoon games at AT&T Stadium. Hey, the aesthetics of the place are great.

Trailing 9-0 in the third quarter, the Cowboys nearly had their first touchdown since the first quarter of their loss to the Atlanta Falcons when Dak Prescott ran 34 yards. But left tackle Tyron Smith was flagged for a holding penalty, negating the score. On the next play, Prescott was pressured and forced to throw the ball away, leading to a punt. Los Angeles scored a touchdown on the ensuing drive and a 16-0 lead was insurmountable.

The Cowboys’ margin for error is infinitesimal at this point.

“You have to focus on doing your job,” coach Jason Garrett said. “You have to focus on making good things happen for you, and when we play our best we do that.”

The Cowboys’ past three losses have followed a similar script. They trailed 10-7 at halftime against the Atlanta Falcons and lost 27-7. They led the Philadelphia Eagles 9-7 at halftime and lost 37-9. They trailed the Los Angeles Chargers 3-0 at halftime and lost 28-6.

The redundancy is stunning. The Falcons, Eagles and Chargers all scored on the first drive of the second half. In the past three games, the defense has given up eight touchdowns and a field goal in 14 possessions. Two of those possessions ended with the opponent taking a knee. Atlanta had a touchdown wiped out by a penalty on its final drive and gave the ball up on downs at the Dallas 26.

Offensively, the Cowboys have had 13 second-half possessions in their three-game losing streak and scored one touchdown. Five possessions have ended in turnovers (three interceptions, two fumbles) and five have ended in punts.

“We come out, it’s still a game in the second half and we can’t figure out how to put points on the board,” running back Alfred Morris said. “Then we turn around and before we know it we’ve put our defense in a bad spot. The defense is getting tired. We’re keeping them out on the field too much. Too many three-and-outs. We’re not converting on third down. … I really don’t have an answer. I wish I did because then maybe we’d find a solution. It sucks and we’re better than this. We’re better than this these last three games. But it seems like the same old, same old these past few weeks. We can’t do this another week.”

A year ago, the inverse was happening for the Cowboys. Everything that could go right, did go right. One win turned into two and then 11 in a row. Confidence swelled so much that when something would go wrong, they believed it would eventually go right again. It’s what happened in an overtime win against the Eagles after Prescott struggled for three-plus quarters. It happened again in Minnesota when they recovered a fumbled punt in the fourth quarter that set up their winning touchdown.

“We just have to sit here, grab ahold, get back and see if we can do better to win some games,” owner and general manager Jerry Jones said.

If teams can make their own good fortune, the opposite is also true. That’s the vortex the Cowboys can’t seem to escape.

“How we’re playing is who we are,” defensive end David Irving said. “We are what we repeatedly do. And if we don’t fix it — and fast — then, yeah, this is who we are.”

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The Dallas Cowboys’ season is in complete free fall.

Everything needs to be questioned following their 28-6 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday.

Has Jason Garrett lost his team, and will it cost him his job a season after he led the Cowboys to the best record in the NFC? If he continues as the coach, are there significant changes to come for a coaching staff that has seen its past three opponents outscore the Cowboys 72-6 in the second half?

Is Dak Prescott, who followed his first three-interception game with another two interceptions after having just four picks in 2016, really the quarterback of the future? Is Dez Bryant in his final days with the Cowboys?

One question doesn’t need to be asked: Jerry Jones will not replace himself as general manager.

A season that started with Super Bowl aspirations has dissolved into a 5-6 mess in which the Cowboys can be thankful for only that the New York Giants have been worse, at 2-8.

If there is any shred of good news, it is that the Cowboys actually scored a touchdown. It came with 12:48 to play when Rod Smith crossed the goal line for the first touchdown in 27 possessions dating to the first quarter of the Nov. 12 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

But the offense could not get out of its own way, even with the return of Tyron Smith from a groin strain. Smith was flagged for holding on what would have been a 34-yard touchdown run by Prescott in the third quarter. On the next play, Prescott was under pressure and had to throw the ball away. With 7:41 to play, Prescott had an interception returned 90 yards for a Los Angeles touchdown. It was the fourth Prescott turnover of the season to be returned for a touchdown.

But before people lay the blame at the feet of an Ezekiel Elliott-less offense, the defense did its best to make sure it got its share of blame.

For the third straight game, the defense had no answers in the second half. Philip Rivers, who threw for 416 yards and three touchdowns, led the Chargers on touchdown drives of 77, 92 and 75 yards. Los Angeles had eight passes of at least 20 yards in the game.

On the Chargers’ fourth possession of the second half, they took mercy on the Cowboys, taking a knee at the Dallas 3 in the final two minutes. In the second half of the past three games, the Cowboys have allowed scores on nine of 14 possessions.

This is how bad things have gotten for the Cowboys:

  • This is the first time the Cowboys have been held to fewer than 10 points in three straight games in franchise history, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
  • This is the third time they have had four losses of 20 or more points since Jerry Jones purchased the team in 1989.
  • This is the first time since 2004 that the Cowboys have had three straight losses by at least 20 points. The Bill Parcells Cowboys lost to the Cincinnati Bengals (26-3), Philadelphia Eagles (49-21) and Baltimore Ravens (30-10) on their way to a 6-10 finish. The only other time the Cowboys had three straight losses by at least 20 points came in 1960, the first year of the organization’s existence.

With five games left to play, everybody might be coaching for a job, here or elsewhere.

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Coming off a disheartening 37-9 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in which the offense did not generate a touchdown, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten said it was time to have a heart-to-heart discussion with his team.

“I just felt like we need to know where we’re at, and it’s good to have communication and with my experiences, to understand that nobody said it was going to be easy. It’s going to be hard,” Witten said. “Certainly, we understand where we’re at and what we have to do. It’s clear. Our focus going into Thursday on a short week is we have to be able to move forward and process what happened on Sunday and stay together. It was a good visit. I think our guys understand what the task is and where we are in the season. We’re 5-5 and you certainly have to play [your] best football this time of year.”

The Cowboys have scored just one touchdown in the past two games without Ezekiel Elliott. They had just two pass plays of 20 yards or longer against the Atlanta Falcons and did not have one on Sunday against Philadelphia, marking the first time that happened in Dak Prescott’s first two seasons as the starting quarterback.

Left tackle Tyron Smith is expected to play on Thursday against the Los Angeles Chargers after missing the past two games with a groin injury. Elliott will miss the next four games before he is eligible to return from his NFL suspension.

“We’ve seen what we’re capable of doing,” Witten said. “This offense, we know we have the right guys. We have the right players, the right coaches, so there’s a lot of confidence that comes from that. You just have to play better, and the opportunities, when we get them, we just have to take advantage of them.”w

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Darren McFadden found out he would be inactive for last Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles just about the same time as everybody else, a few hours before kickoff.

“Surprised the hell out of me,” McFadden said. “But that’s what they decided, man. That’s just what it is right now.”

The Cowboys opted to carry two tailbacks, Alfred Morris and Rod Smith, against the Eagles because they need extra help on special teams. McFadden’s only contribution on special teams is on the kick return team.

McFadden was inactive for the first eight games of the season, but when Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension started, it was expected he would be part of a running back committee with Morris and Smith. He carried one time for minus-2 yards in the loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

McFadden has gone through two straight lost seasons after leading the Cowboys and finishing fourth in the NFL in rushing with 1,089 yards in 2015. He missed the first 13 games last season because of a broken elbow suffered in the offseason and he has dressed for one game this season.

The inactivity has him thinking about his future. He is set to be a free agent after the season.

“When the offseason gets here I’ll sit down and think about it, said McFadden, who is in his 10th season. “Try to get away from the game for a little while and just make a decision from there.”

With a short turnaround this week and health issues at linebacker (Sean Lee, Anthony Hitchens) there is a possibility McFadden could be inactive Thursday against the Los Angeles Chargers.

“It’s very frustrating,” McFadden said, “but at the end of the day they make their decisions, and I can’t do nothing but roll with them.”

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Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith will miss his second straight game with a groin injury, according to a source.

Smith went through a rehab session roughly three hours before kickoff that included resistance cords, pass sets and firing off the ball. On occasion he was noticeably favoring his leg.

With Smith out, Byron Bell will get the start at left tackle against the Philadelphia Eagles. With Smith out last week against the Atlanta Falcons, the Cowboys allowed eight sacks, including four on his replacement, Chaz Green. Bell allowed two sacks in his two series of work in the fourth quarter of the 27-7 loss.

There is hope Smith could be able to play on Thanksgiving against the Los Angeles Chargers in four days. He has not practiced since suffering the injury in the fourth quarter of the Nov. 5 win against the Kansas City Chiefs.

This will be Bell’s first start for the Cowboys and his first at left tackle since the 2015 season finale while with the Tennessee Titans.

With Smith out, the Cowboys will be down three starters because of injury with linebacker Sean Lee not playing due to a hamstring strain and safety Jeff Heath out because of a concussion. Justin Durant will replace Lee in the starting lineup, while rookie Xavier Woods will replace Heath.

The Cowboys will also be without running back Ezekiel Elliott, who will miss his second of six games because of a suspension.

The Cowboys will go with just two tailbacks against Philadelphia, with Darren McFadden something of a surprise inactive. With Elliott suspended, the belief was the Cowboys would go with Alfred Morris, Rod Smith and McFadden in a committee approach. McFadden had just one carry last week against Atlanta and lost 2 yards.

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With Sean Lee likely to miss at least the next two games if not three because of a hamstring strain, Anthony Hitchens is ready to do an impersonation of the Dallas Cowboys’ defensive leader.

Hitchens will move from middle linebacker to the weak side, as he did when Lee missed two games earlier in the season.

The Cowboys have been a different defense without Lee. They gave up 35 points in losses to the Los Angeles Rams and Green Bay Packers without him in October. They gave up all 27 points without him last week against the Atlanta Falcons.

“Communication is huge, getting the guys lined up, and I’m going to be the guy making the calls if he’s out,” Hitchens said. “I’ll just try my best to imitate him and get everyone lined up. He’s going to help me throughout the week. At the end of the day, if he’s out, I’ve got to step up and play the Sean Lee role.”

There might be one exception.

“I try to shy away from the bad words,” Hitchens said. “But sometimes it comes out, you know? But then I have someone to blame for that.”

Hitchens has been credited by the coaches with 36 tackles and five tackles for loss. Against the Falcons, he had a season-high 10 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss and was among the few defensive bright spots in the loss.

With Hitchens moving to weakside linebacker, the Cowboys will go with Justin Durant and Jaylon Smith at middle linebacker. Lee might not be on the field Sunday and moving forward, but Hitchens will use him as a resource.

There is a big difference from the weakside and middle linebacker spots even if they are separated by a yard or two on the field.

“Every play you’re keying a guy, you’re keying a tight end, keying a running back,” Hitchens said. “It’s just different plays and different positions where your eyes are. Throughout the week, I’ve just got to work with Sean if he’s not playing and ask him, ‘What does he see on this play or this formation?’”

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On Monday, Dak Prescott served meals to the less fortunate at The Salvation Army in Dallas. On Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback filmed a commercial that will air on Thanksgiving Day that will benefit The Salvation Army.

As part of his partnership with Tostitos, a portion of each purchase of Tostitos Yellow Corn Bite Size tortilla chips will go to The Salvation Army through the holiday season.

“It’s important to me to use my platform and get with the right sponsors, get with the right organizations that will do the things that I’m proud to be a partner with, and that’s what the Salvation Army and Tostitos are doing with this campaign of giving back,” Prescott said. “It gives everyone a chance that might not have much money the chance to give back.”

As part of the commercial, which was filmed outside Ford Center at The Star before meetings and a walk-through today, Prescott will ring a larger-than-life Salvation Army bell.

His trip to The Salvation Army on Monday “was a humbling and great experience,” he said.

“Especially after a tough loss like (Sunday at Atlanta) and to come in and get that kind of reception from the people, it meant a lot,” Prescott said. “Personally, you’re down and out after a game like that and you come in, go to The Salvation Army, give back, deliver Thanksgiving food, it puts yourself in a different perspective. For me, it just showed why I shouldn’t be down about a game and why I should be thankful to have the platform, win or lose, to impact those lives.”

While the off-field work the last two days has helped get Prescott’s mind off the loss to the Falcons, he said his body does not feel different after being sacked a career-high eight times.

“I wouldn’t say any more (sore) than normal,” Prescott said. “I played tough games in the SEC, similar to the one Sunday. That wasn’t the worst.”

Prescott said he re-watched the Atlanta loss twice and has moved on emotionally. He knows the challenge Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles will be even more difficult. The Cowboys play the Los Angeles Chargers on Thanksgiving.

“I’m not looking for the easy way out. I know no one in the organization is,” Prescott said. “Coach Garrett loves to use the JFK speech; ‘We don’t do it because it’s easy. We do the things we do because they’re hard.’ Simple as that this week. Go forward and show the character of the team. We’re excited to move forward. The only thing we want to do is get that (loss) out of our mind and look forward. Having a couple of games in a short number of days, I think, is perfect for that.”

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Wherever Ezekiel Elliott watched the Dallas Cowboys’ 27-7 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, it had to be painful.

It had to be painful for Tyron Smith, the All-Pro left tackle who did not play because of a groin strain, to watch as well.

And it was absolutely painful for Sean Lee, who watched all but one full drive from the sideline because of a hamstring strain.

The Cowboys live with a next-man-up philosophy, like most teams, but the next-man on Sunday wasn’t good enough. Not even close.

The bleak loss ended the Cowboys’ three-game winning streak and puts clouds around everything as they welcome the Philadelphia Eagles to AT&T Stadium next week. That would be the 8-1 Eagles, owners of the NFL’s best record and coming off a bye.

At 5-4, the Cowboys might not be within hailing distance of their NFC East rivals.

Their wild-card chances took a hit as well. The Seattle Seahawks (6-3), Detroit Lions (5-4) and Green Bay Packers (5-4) all won Sunday. The Cowboys will lose head-to-head tiebreakers with the Packers and Falcons, who are also 5-4.

The Cowboys spoke bravely about being able to effectively run the ball without Elliott, who had 783 yards in the first eight games. Alfred Morris had eight yards on six carries in the first half Sunday. He finished with 51 yards on 11 carries thanks to gains of 14, 20 and 11 on the Cowboys’ first drive of the third quarter. That drive ended with Mike Nugent’s 38-yard field-goal attempt hitting the right upright to keep Atlanta’s lead at 17-7.

But the loss of Elliott wasn’t even the one that hurt the most. It was the loss of Smith. He was ruled out on Saturday because of a groin strain that kept him off the practice field all week. Chaz Green, who opened the year as the starting left guard, quickly showed he wasn’t going to be able to block Adrian Clayborn.

Green was beaten by Clayborn for a 5-yard sack on the first drive of the game and gave up a pressure that led to the Cowboys’ first punt of the game.

Clayborn, who entered the game with two sacks, had six for the game. He had just one season in his career with more sacks in a season when he had 7.5 in 2011 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Since sacks became an official stat in 1982, the only other player to record five sacks against Dallas was San Diego Chargers pass rusher Leslie O’Neal on Nov. 16, 1986.

Green was pulled in favor of Byron Bell with 8 minutes, 18 seconds left in the game and gave up two sacks on his first drives, including Clayborn’s sixth.

In the first eight games of the season, the Cowboys allowed 10 sacks. They gave up eight Sunday, the most Prescott has absorbed in his first two years. He had not been sacked more than twice in a game all season.

The Cowboys can only hope Smith’s absence is short.

They also must hope Lee’s absence is short, although he missed two games earlier this season with a hamstring strain. Lee was hurt late in the first quarter and spent the rest of the game on the sidelines with Dallas leading, 7-0.

Five plays after Lee was hurt, the Falcons scored a field goal. They scored on five of their next seven drives to build a 27-7 lead. Without Lee against the Los Angeles Rams and Green Bay, the Cowboys lost and gave up 35 points in both games. They also gave up an average of 164 rushing yards. The running-challenged Falcons finished with 132 rushing yards.

This is not the way the Cowboys envisioned opening their time without Elliott. And it won’t get easier next week against the Eagles.