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Shutdown Corner NFL Power Rankings: Dallas Cowboys, please rise (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
Let's be serious for a moment here. And I have to kick the really over-the-top crazy Dallas Cowboys fans out of the room now so we can have a real conversation. OK, good. Now ... what in the heck is going on in Dallas? Look, you didn't see this coming, I didn't see this coming, nobody did. But now there's no getting around it: The Dallas Cowboys look good. They look great. Had Tony Romo not made some big Week 1 mistakes against the 49ers, they might be 4-0 with some quality wins. I just don't know how we got here. The Cowboys didn't add much in the offseason, and the defense lost Jason Hatcher, DeMarcus Ware and Sean Lee. Romo was coming off back surgery. They've been the epitome of mediocre for years. All of a sudden, they're good. Logically, it makes little sense. Sunday night's dominant win over the Saints was their statement that they're for real. Now, "for real" comes and goes in the NFL in 2014 as quickly as Jon Gruden compliments a mundane play on "Monday Night Football." Teams look great one week and incompetent seven days later. Nothing is permanent. But right now, the Cowboys deserve a huge bump up the rankings. Defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli would be my coach of the year vote at this point. He has been that good. The Cowboys' offense have reinvented itself by building around DeMarco Murray and a great run-blocking offensive line. They deserve all the credit you can give them. I guess that's the beauty of the NFL. Things that are completely unforeseen can actually happen. We're seeing it in Dallas. Here are the post-Week 4 power rankings: 32. Oakland Raiders (0-4, LW: 31) Head coach Dennis Allen got fired, and general manager Reggie McKenzie can't be far behind. Remember, they have the oldest roster in the NFL. Bad, bad, bad. 31. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-4, LW: 30) No one player is going to totally turn this team around, not even a huge upgrade at quarterback. They're just not good at all. But they're also very young and you'd assume they'll improve as this season goes on. 30. Washington Redskins (1-3, LW: 28) Or maybe I was right to be skeptical of Kirk Cousins. 29. Tennessee Titans (1-3, LW: 23) How in the world did they look so good at Kansas City in Week 1? That's the weirdest result of the NFL season so far, right? Yahoo! Mon, Sep 29
 
Chiefs lead Patriots 17-0 at halftime (The Associated Press) ( today ) Courtesy of
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Jamaal Charles returned from a sprained right ankle to score two touchdowns Monday night, helping the Kansas City Chiefs to a 17-0 halftime lead against the New England Patriots. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 29
 
Chiefs break Seahawks' Guinness noise record (The Associated Press) ( today ) Courtesy of
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Arrowhead Stadium is once again the loudest outdoor venue in sports. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 29
 
Seattle TE Zach Miller undergoes ankle surgery (Yahoo Sports) ( today ) Courtesy of
RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller underwent ankle surgery during the team's bye week and there is no timetable for his return. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 29
 
Seahawks TE Miller undergoes ankle surgery ( today ) Courtesy of
Seattle Seahawks starting tight end Zach Miller underwent surgery on his ankle during the bye week and is expected to miss two games, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Chris Mortensen. ESPN Mon, Sep 29
 
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