The Dallas Cowboys can be with out two assistant-level coaches once they play the Raiders on Thanksgiving Thursday.
Just hours earlier than their large afternoon matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders, the Dallas Cowboys had been knowledgeable that they’d have to proceed with out two of their assistant coaches. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant power and conditioning coach Kendall Smith each examined positive for COVID-19 on Thanksgiving morning and have been separated from the workforce.
The Cowboys are already devastated by accidents, together with receiver CeeDee Lamb who can be out for Thanksgiving with a concussion. Fellow receiver Amari Cooper can also be inactive, lacking time for his COVID-19 prognosis final week.
Without Joe Philbin, the offensive line teaching duties can be delegated to the assistant offensive line coach Jeff Blasko.
The Cowboys can’t let COVID-19 preserve them from a win
The Cowboys are on a brief week after Sunday’s dropping effort towards the Kansas City Chiefs the place they failed to attain a single landing. They sit comfortably atop the NFC East with a two-win lead however are probably seeking to overtake the Tampa Bay Buccaneers within the playoff standings for the third seed within the NFC.
A win on Thanksgiving would technically solely allow them to overtake the defending Super Bowl champions for a couple of days, however with a really tender schedule remaining, the Cowboys could be in a good place to maintain that place within the close to future.
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