The Dallas Cowboys are one of the truly iconic teams in all of sports. So much so that in the 1970s they became known as America's Team.
Fast forward three-plus decades and the New England Patriots currently reside atop the league with six Super Bowl titles during the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick era.
Now it's time for the two brands to face off. ESPN.com says it will be a classic matchup between two of America’s most popular teams – America's Team vs. We are all Patriots.
The Boston Globe believes wide receivers Phillip Dorsett and Mohamed Sanu might be able to go against Dallas despite dealing with injuries. The Boston Herald says Sanu will likely miss the game, however. Meanwhile, the Cowboys will reportedly be without a key cog of their defense, according to the Dallas Morning News.
Boston Sports Journal looks at five things to know before the Patriots take on the “overrated” Cowboys.
NBC Sports Boston writes about Terrence Brooks, one of Bill Belichick's latest finds. NBC Sports Boston has Matt Cassel explaining what Tom Brady is really like behind the scenes when he frustrated with the offense.
MassLive.com says Ezekiel Elliott is always a concern.
NESN.com writes about Ben Watson's emergence as a receiving option in the Patriots offense.
The Athletic writes about the Patriots ability to use wide receivers as emergency options at quarterback.