Cowboys will be without LT Tyron Smith Sunday, report says

The Cowboys will reportedly be without All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith (groin) for their game Sunday against the Eagles.

Bell didn’t fair much better. He allowed another sack to Clayborn and then one more as well in all of 17 snaps played in the game. However, according to the NFL Network, the team has confidence in Bell to get the job done.

With Bell getting the start this week he will also be more prepared for what he is facing out on the field.

“When I get in trouble is when I play complacent and timid,” Bell told the Dallas Morning News. “I’ve just got to go out there and cut it loose. If I’m going to get beat, I just know this, I’m going to get beat my [expletive] way.”

The struggling Flyers (8-9-5) have allowed eight power-play goals in their last four games after permitting only 12 while short-handed in their previous 18 games to start the season.

Taylor Leier opened the scoring for the Flyers at 6:02 of the first, scoring his first of the season with assists by Travis Sanheim and Scott Laughton.

Islanders rookie sensation Mathew Barzal tied the game at 1 with a power-play goal at 18:53 of the opening period, his fifth goal of the season. Barzal finished off a series of passes when he rifled the puck past Elliott. Bailey and Nick Leddy assisted.

The Patriots started slower than they wanted at 2-2, but that was hardly due to anything relating to Tom Brady. One of the questions entering the season was if Brady, who turned 40 in August, would show any signs of decline. Have you seen any? He’s once again a contender for MVP honors. — Mike Reiss

Carson Wentz leads the league with 25 touchdowns and has guided the Eagles to a 9-1 record. Safe to say he’s aced the first 10 weeks of the season. Most anticipated incremental growth from the second-year signal caller. Instead, he’s rapidly developed into one of the top QBs in the league. Just 26 starts into his career, Wentz is on the cusp of stardom. — Tim McManus
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