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Cowboys announce plans for next three games

They're running the gauntlet soon.

The Football Feed

The Dallas Cowboys are off to a great start so far in the 2022 NFL season, enjoying a 6-2 mark and a second overall placing in the NFC East division. And while they elected not to make any moves at last week's Trade Deadline, they have their sights trained on repeating as division champions and making a run in the postseason. 

They enjoyed some much-needed rest with their bye week, but the work is once again set to begin, and they're going to have their work cut out for them with three games coming up in 12 days. So what is their plan moving forward? 

“I think being humbled the first playoff game really changed a lot of perspectives,” defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence said. “How easily it comes, that’s how easily it can go. I feel like we don’t take one day for granted. We’re always in here working.”

“We have to take care of our business. We have to take care of our roster,” team CEO Stephen Jones said. “We have to make the decisions that are best to improve our football team, so we’re keeping our eye on the ball in terms of how we can improve our football team as we move forward.”

The Cowboys will be taking on the Packers and Vikings on the road before returning home to the friendly confines of AT&T Stadium to face the New York Giants on Thanksgiving Day. 

“November is a huge month,” said head coach Mike McCarthy said. “I mean, this is where teams, things really start to shape up, going into to the third quarter of the season, so I mean, that’s the way we operate.”