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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is not expected to play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles after aggravating a hamstring injury in the 27-7 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

returning for the Dec. 10 matchup at the New York Giants.,And there is a good chance he is out the next three

The Cowboys are taking it day by day. But they play the Los Angeles Chargers on Thanksgiving four days after the Eagles on a short week and then have another Thursday game against the Washington Redskins on Nov. 30. They will have 10 days off before the Giants’ game in New York.

especially since he missed two games early in the season with the same hamstring injury.,He could return for the Washington Redskins game or take advantage of the extra time to heal completely

“Sean’s going to be missing in action, more than likely,Womens Adam Thielen Jersey,” vice president Stephen Jones said Monday on his radio show on 105.3 The Fan.

Coach Jason Garrett had similar comments during his news conference on Monday.

” Garrett said. “It might be some time. We’ll see.”,“We’ll take it day by day and don’t anticipate him practicing certainly immediately this week

Making Lee’s absence most acute is the poor play on defense when he is not on the field.

The Cowboys were gashed on the ground when Lee was out in losses against the Los Angeles Rams and Green Bay Packers in October and the Falcons slowly took advantage of his departure in the first quarter Sunday.

The Falcons rushed for 115 yards in the final three quarters.

Veteran Justin Durant, who has been inactive the past four weeks, is expected to play a bigger role in Lee’s absence in place of the struggling Jaylon Smith.

The Cowboys will likely be without linebacker Sean Lee for the rest of November.

the Dallas Morning News reported on Monday.,Womens Joe Namath Jersey,The Pro Bowler will be out for about three weeks as he recovers from a hamstring injury

but chances are he won't return until Dallas faces the Giants on Dec. 10.,There is a small chance Lee could be ready to return for the Cowboys' game against the Redskins on Nov. 30

'' coach Jason Garrett said during his Monday conference. "It might be some time. We'll see.'',"We'll take it day by day and don't anticipate him practicing certainly immediately this week

Lee was injured in the first quarter of the Cowboys' 27-7 loss to the Falcons Sunday when he was hit by Atlanta left tackle Jake Matthews.


and many fans believe that the Dallas Cowboys owner only wants to remove Goodell because of his handling of the Ezekiel Elliott domestic violence allegations.,Jerry Jones seems to be at war with NFL owner Roger Goodell over his impending contract extension

But Cowboys' VP Stephen Jones appeared on the Ben & Skin Show on 105.3 The Fan and confirmed that is not the case. The elder Jones has had problems with Goodell going much further back.

"I think he's on record,Womens Leonard Williams Jersey, before we ever drafted Zeke, that he had concerns with certain situations, investigative policies, whether it's discipline policies, all these things we're in tune with in terms of people having accountability and those type of things. But he has always had a question mark in terms of what roles the league should play in these situations.

And then obviously our anthem situation has certainly been a point of contention with our fans, with our sponsors,Authentic Khalil Mack Jersey, with our TV partners, aren't good for our sponsors, our players who we think the world of. It's just a matter of how do we accomplish everybody's concerns and yet don't get into situations that aren't good for our fans, and at the same time help our players certainly get the messaging across that they want to get across without putting our fans and our sponsors and our TV partners in a tough situation."

Goodell has nearly unchecked power when it comes to player discipline. The only recourse players seem to have, and one that they keep using, is the court system. It does not look good for the league when a star player is suing them every season, and Jones is completely right to have concerns about Goodell's bungling of these sorts of disciplinary issues when so many of them have wound up in the courts or with a suspension being overturned by appeal.

The fact of the matter is that Goodell has been, my nearly every account, a highly ineffective commissioner. A 2016 Public Policy Poll (h/t Fox Sports) found that Goodell had an approval rating of only 28 percent... and that was before the national anthem protests exploded or this Elliott situation came into the limelight.

Jones may be upset about the Elliott situation, but it's naive to assume that it is the only reason he is challenging Goodell. Goodell is not Adam Silver. He is not universally beloved by ownership and players alike. He has made many mistakes during his tenure, mistakes that any reasonable owner would consider problematic. Jones just happens to be the one who decided he's had enough of it.

And as far as reports other NFL owners would utilize a rumored nuclear option to force the Cowboys' owner out of the NFL?

It's a weird time for the NFL. Ratings are down. Thanks to CTE, the product on the field isn't as good as it once was. Its biggest stars are all injured. And, the NBA has surpassed it in terms of cultural relevance. The league is by no means dead, arguably, but it maybe just coughed into a handkerchief and found a spot of blood.

a player who isn't playing because he had the audacity to silently protest police violence, and the owners all decided that was simply unacceptable. (Hey, the biggest story in the league is about Colin Kaepernick, these are protests of police violence," as though players were simply horrified by Francis Scott Key's lyrics, well, horrible police violence has caused that protest to spread throughout the league, much to the owners' chagrin. Now, the owners should have pushed back. "No, which I think we can all agree is bad. I'm proud of our players for speaking out on such an important issue." That would have been the good PR move, the right answer here is simple: The owners should have backed the players and supported their protest. When Fox News commentators and the President of the United States called these "National Anthem Protests,This season, does that guy sound interesting? Well it turns out he's on our cover!) But rather than silencing the protest, the blackballing of Kap and the continued existence of, which also doubles as, y'know, the right thing to do.

But they didn't do that. Why? Well one of the main reasons why was Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

Jerry Jones hates these protests. Sure, he briefly tried to co-opt them," but then he immediately about-faced and did exactly what President Trump wanted him to. He threatened to bench any of his own players who have the temerity to take a knee. He was a vocal and angry voice at the league meeting where Texans owner Bob McNair made his infamous "inmates run the prison" comments, when the president said that anyone who protested was a "son of a bitch, and he has been desperately pushing first for a mandate that would require players to stand. (He also went after Roger Goodell's job when Goodell and the league levied a six-game suspension on star Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott for domestic violence.)

he's also made some stranger strategic decisions that have led other owners wonder if they should attempt to strip Jones of his team:,But it turns out Jones hasn't been content just pushing other owners for Goodell to not get a contract extension. According to Pro Football Talk

It’s obviously an extreme outcome, and it surely would trigger years of litigation. But the possibility has emerged primarily because Jones has opted to take family business outside the family. As the source explained it, Authentic Adam Thielen Jersey,the primary affront comes from the belief among owners that Jones instigated Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter to disparage the NFL, in turn,Authentic Bo Jackson Jersey, blaming league leadership for ratings declines and, a reduction in Papa John’s revenues.

Jerry Jones thinks he's playing twelve-dimensional chess when in actuality, he's a toddler chewing on a chess piece that he thinks is chocolate.the NFL protests for the decline in his pizza sales is simply bad business. (I mean, Authentic Joe Namath Jersey,any business decision that leads to your pizza becoming the unofficial pizza of Nazis is a bad decision.) But here's the hard truth that the NFL has to face: We have all these rich guys who make billions of dollars off of a life-expectancy-killing game who also don't think their players deserve to have public political opinions. Really,Womens Bo Jackson Jersey, who wants to support that?

the All-Pro has bad timing with his injuries.,Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee has never had good luck with injuries during his NFL career. Now

Coach Jason Garrett delivered what sounds like not-so-good news about Lee’s injured hamstring.

“It might be some time,” Garrett said, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News.

The Cowboys still list Lee as day to day,Authentic Howie Long Jersey,but he isn’t likely to play Sunday against the Eagles. It gets worse: The Cowboys have only three days off between games, they play the following Thursday. So facing a stretch of three games in 11 days, Authentic Leonard Williams Jersey, playing the Chargers on Thanksgiving. Then, it might be a stretch for the Cowboys to get Lee back for any of them.

but the Falcons rushed for 132 yards on 34 carries despite losing starting running back Devonta Freeman to a concussion after only two plays.,Womens Howie Long Jersey,Lee missed two games earlier this season with the hamstring injury and aggravated it after only eight plays in Sunday’s loss to the Falcons. Jaylon Smith repalaced Lee and made four tackles

you have to be able to continue to play and be effective,“Obviously when your front-line players go out,” Garrett said. “Often times that’s seen on the offensive side of the ball, but it certainly applies to defense and certainly applies in Sean Lee’s case. We simply have to play better when he’s not in there. It’s not only against the run,Womens Khalil Mack Jersey, but it’s against the pass. We’ll continue to look at that, the personnel that we have in there, what we’re asking them to do and just seeing if they’re capable of doing it on a consistent basis. Again, we’re evaluating that. We have to make sure we get better in that area.”

Left tackle Tyron Smith has a better chance to return to the lineup this month. The All-Pro worked out Monday morning, including running, as he nurses a groin injury that kept him out Sunday. Chaz Green started in Smith’s place and allowed five sacks before the Cowboys benched him.

“We’ll take his situation day-by-day,Womens Authentic Derek Carr Jersey,” Garrett said of Smith. “Probably don’t anticipate him practicing on Wednesday, but hopefully as the week goes on, he gets healthier and healthier and gets on the practice field.”

The Cowboys were without Lee, Smith, kicker Dan Bailey and running back Ezekiel Elliott for all or most of Sunday’s game. The four players have combined for eight Pro Bowls and four All-Pro nods.

Adrian Clayborn set an Atlanta record with six sacks, Matt Ryan threw a pair of short touchdown passes and the Falcons romped to a 27-7 victory Sunday over the Dallas Cowboys, who looked anemic offensively in their first game without suspended running back Ezekiel Elliott.

Ryan put the game away for the Falcons (5-4) by tossing one to Austin Hooper for a 1-yard score.,Ryan hooked up with Justin Hardy on a 3-yard pass for Atlanta’s first offensive touchdown in the third quarter this season . Early in the fourth

While the Cowboys (5-4) sure missed Elliott, who finally began serving a six-game suspension for allegations of domestic abuse after three legal reprieves, they really noticed the absence of left tackle Tyron Smith. He sat out the game with back and groin injuries, leaving third-year player Chaz Green to protect Dak Prescott’s blind side.

It didn’t go well for Dallas. Beating Green time after time, Clayborn forced two fumbles , recovered one of them and surpassed the team record of five sacks, held by Chuck Smith and Hall of Famer Claude Humphrey.

Even more impressively, Clayborn’s performance matched second-most sacks in NFL history. Derrick Thomas, while Thomas holds the league record with seven sacks for Kansas City against the Seahawks on Nov. 11, Osi Umenyiora and Fred Dean are the only other players credited with six sacks in a game, 1990.

Clayborn had more sacks in this game than any other season in his career except for his rookie year in 2011 when he had 7.5. He came into Sunday with 20.5 sacks in his seven-year career.

which was set up by Xavier Woods’ interception off a deflected pass.,Dallas jumped ahead 7-0 on Prescott’s 11-yard touchdown run in the first quarter

Tevin Coleman powered over from the 1 to give Atlanta a 10-7 halftime lead.,After Matt Bryant’s 50-yard field goal

The third quarter was a trouble spot for the Falcons, a major reason for the Falcons losing four of those contests., whose only touchdown in the period had come way back in Week 2 on Desmond Trufant’s return of a fumble against the Green Bay Packers. Atlanta had managed only one field goal in the third over its previous five games

Coleman, who took over the running duties after Devonta Freeman went out early in the game with a concussion, and just like that Atlanta was in Dallas territory., got the Falcons rolling on the first play of the second half with a 17-yard romp. Ryan went to Julio Jones with a 24-yard pass on the next play

Hardy slipped free in the back of the end zone and hauled in the scoring pass that pushed Atlanta’s lead to 17-7.,On third-and-goal at the 3

Dallas’ last hope faded away when Mike Nugent, clanked a 38-yard field goal attempt off the upright late in the third quarter., filling in for injured kicker Dan Bailey

Atlanta marched right down the field again. Ryan went to Taylor Gabriel on a 34-yard pass before connecting with Hooper from the 1.

With Elliott out, while Prescott had 42 yards on six carries., the Cowboys started former Pro Bowler Alfred Morris at running back. He carried 11 times for 53 yards

he took a blow to the side of the head from Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens.,Freeman was hurt on Atlanta’s second offensive play. After gaining one yard on first down

he was taken to the locker room and didn’t return.,Freeman was wobbly after the hit and walked off the field with the help of trainers. After a brief stint in the observation tent

Dallas linebacker Sean Lee also went out in the first quarter with a hamstring injury.

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