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Dallas Cowboys vs. Denver Broncos: Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb are both officially active

The Cowboys offense is ready to go.

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The Dallas Cowboys are getting set to play a football game at AT&T Stadium for the first time in almost a month, and up next for them is a date against the Denver Broncos.

Last week saw the Cowboys dangle a question as long as they possibly could as they did not officially rule out quarterback Dak Prescott until they absolutely had to, just before kickoff against the Minnesota Vikings. Ultimately they were successful without their most important player as Cooper Rush played well enough for the defense to extend this team’s winning streak to six games.

The goal is now seven and a victory against the Broncos makes that possible. Fortunately for Dallas their offense is going to be at full strength as far as the skill positions are concerned, but Tyron Smith is out as had been confirmed earlier in the week.

Early Sunday morning it was reported that Broncos reserve quarterback Drew Lock was ruled out of the game due to COVID-19 protocols so they are down their QB2. It is Denver’s first game since trading away pass rusher Von Miller this past week so needless to say there has been a lot going on for their franchise lately.

Dallas and Denver kick off at 1:00 pm et. It’s almost go time.