There are a lot of Dallas fans expected to show up at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, and it looks to be a beautiful day for tailgating and football. The weather should be around 70 for kickoff under sunny skies.
Here is a look at some of the news about the game.
If Spencer does play it will be the first time this season that every starter in the Cowboys defensive front seven has taken the field.
A look at the frustration and promise of Tony Romo from a Carolina point of view. A fairly balanced take.
Now if Mackenzy Bernadeau turns that into playing well, this could be a good thing.
A summary of things around the league, but the leadoff section about Felix Jones is a nice bit to read.
A look at the game from the other side - and one of the most egregiously overdone military-football analogies I have ever seen at the very end.
Yes, they do.
Which is a good thing, since they need him and all that.
A nice bit of analysis from our sister SBN site. And I have to put up something from a bunch that got their name from the Nuge.
This writer from their mothership seems to think the running game is important.
And our own mothership chimes in. "Must win" comes up a time or two.
I tend to watch Jason Witten anyway - and he gets the edge in this analysis.
Overall, Cowboys have the advantage in this piece.
Rounding out the weekly trio of articles from Rainer Sabin at DMN. The keys to victory always amuse me, because they pretty much can apply to any game.
But we really want a Cowboys blowout.
Like that. Dominance. Beatdown. Butt-kicking. Stuff like that.
Rather unsurprisingly, Cam Newton leads off the list.
Brandon Carr has decided not to talk to the media until he gets his production up, if you haven't heard. And the wirter hear must have missed Rob Ryan's memo on these being takeovers now.
Can't argue with that.