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    THE Jonas Brothers will perform LIVE in Dallas this Thanksgiving during an NFL clash. The pop group are on the big stage at AT&T Stadium during Dallas Cowboys' showdown with New York Giants. 2The Jonas Brothers will perform at halftime in the Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants gameCredit: Getty 2Dallas Cowboys play at home every ThanksgivingCredit: Getty Dallas plays at home every year on Thanksgiving. And Jonas Brothers will get another crack at the halftime show having also performed in 2008. The event will be nationally televised across the United States with more than 20 million people expected to tune in. News of their performance was announced in October. Read More on the NFLHAND CARVED The time John Madden ripped apart a 'turducken' with his bare hands on LIVE TV'MORMON RYAN LEAF' Jets roasted by Leaf who said prison was better than being Jets fan The group said: "We couldn't be more excited to return to AT&T Stadium and play The Salvation Army halftime show. "We are honored that our performance will help raise awareness of the great need...
    Coming off an upset of the New England Patriots on “Monday Night Football,” the 3-4 Chicago Bears have another road test on a short week, facing the 5-2 Dallas Cowboys on Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Halftime: Bears trail Cowboys 28-17 The Bears defense had a lot of trouble stopping quarterback Dak Prescott and the Cowboys offense in the first half. Prescott completed 16 of 20 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns on the way to a 28-17 Cowboys halftime lead. Bears safety Eddie Jackson intercepted Prescott in the final minute of the half, and Bears kicker Cairo Santos made a 36-yard field goal to cut into the Cowboys’ lead. It was the only drive the Bears stopped. Prescott returned last week from a five-game absence because of a thumb injury. He looked at full strength from the start Sunday. He completed 10 of 11 passes for 107 yards, including a 21-yard touchdown pass to CeeDee Lamb, on the Cowboys’ first two drives of the game for a 14-0 lead. The Cowboys easily marched 75 yards to...
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Here are the highs and lows as the 49ers take a 13-7 lead into halftime against the Dallas Cowboys in their wild-card playoff game: BOSA HURT Nick Bosa got hurt at midfield 1:15 before halftime. As he raced in from the left edge, he got held by La’el Collins, and then Bosa’s head collided with teammate D.J. Jones. Bosa gives the crowd a thumbs up after being tended to by trainers. Some were chanting Bosa while he was being examined, reminiscent to a 2019 scene at Levi’s Stadium. Bosa headed to the medical tent for further evaluation. That holding penalty on Collins stalled out what had been a promising Cowboys’ drive. OPENING ACT The 49ers zipped down field for an opening-drive touchdown, that coming from Elijah Mitchell’s 4-yard, carefree run to the right pylon behind blocks from Kyle Juszczyk and Brandon Aiyuk.  Once the 49ers’ breached midfield on Travis Benjamin’s first reception this season (17 yards), the chunk plays kept coming: 11-yard catch by Aiyuk, 13-yard run by Mitchell, 15-yard reception...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A North Texan homeless veteran has landed his dream job, and his story was told during the Dallas Cowboys game Thursday, Nov. 25. In a halftime video from Ford Motor Company, James Brown, an Air Force veteran who faced challenges upon his return, including homelessness, was delivered the good news. READ MORE: DFW Area First Responders, Families Treated To Thanksgiving Meals James Brown (credit: Ford, NFL and Dallas Cowboys) Dallas Cowboys players Trevon Diggs and CeeDee Lamb joined Ford Motor Company and the Salvation Army to inform Brown by phone he will receive a two-year scholarship for the Ford ASSET program to become a licensed technician and have a guaranteed job with Sam Pack’s Five Star Ford of Carrollton. READ MORE: Miles Before Meals For Thousands Of North Texans Thanksgiving Morning Dallas Cowboys players Trevon Diggs and CeeDee Lamb joined Ford Motor Company and the Salvation Army to tell James Brown the good news. (credit: Ford, NFL and Dallas Cowboys) The Salvation Army gave Brown the opportunity for a warm and safe home, and...
    Child dies after contracting brain-eating amoeba at a Texas splash pad Senators roll out bill giving organizations 24 hours to report ransomware attack payments Overshadowed by the Dallas Cowboys' elation over spanking the Philadelphia Eagles and affirming their status as clear-cut NFC East favorites on Monday was a first-half coaching snafu.  As the clock ran down on the first half, the Cowboys squandered a perfectly good opportunity to put more points on the board. The Philadelphia Eagles, trailing 20-7, found themselves in second-and-31 with 1:55 remaining in the second quarter. They waived the white flag on the half, making it their mission to burn as much clock as possible before punting the ball back to Dallas. Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy obliged. When a Jalen Hurts pass to Jalen Reagor was stopped for seven yards resulting in third-and-24, the Eagles let the clock run. McCarthy, armed with two timeouts, did nothing to stop it. The game clock read 1:10 and the play clock :03 when the Eagles snapped the ball on third down. After a 19-yard screen pass to...
    Nashville bombing starts debate on securing vulnerable networks Trump-created commission offers recommendations on policing Giants lead Cowboys 20-9 at halftime The Giants dominated the first half in an elimination game with the Cowboys. The winner stays alive in the NFC East race, at least until tonight, but needs Washington to lose to the Eagles to win the division. © Getty Images The Giants outgained the Cowboys 239 to 113 in the first half, and they lead 20-9 at halftime. New York had scoring drives of 78, 65 and 75 yards, with Sterling Shepard scoring two touchdowns and Dante Pettis adding the other. Daniel Jones is 10-of-15 for 150 yards and two touchdowns. He had scoring tosses of 10 and 23 yards to Shepard and Pettis respectively. Shepard also had a 23-yard touchdown run. Jones did lose a fumble on an attempted handoff to Wayne Gallman early, which led to a Greg Zuerlein field goal. (Jones was credited with the lost fumble officially.) Zuerlein has kicks of 38, 46 and 57 yards, with his last field goal coming on the...
    That’s gotta be Kane. Kane Brown’s halftime show presented during the Cowboys vs. Washington Football Team Thanksgiving matchup had people feeling all sorts of emotions: anger, confusion, disorientation and sensory overload. If your fifth helping of food on Thanksgiving didn’t make you feel nauseous, then the show certainly did. It was an assault on the senses. That’s because there was a lot happening during the show, with a drum line, over-the-top flashing lights and video boards all making appearances for … no one, considering that Brown — who recently won an American Music Award for favorite male country artist — recorded the performance earlier in the month. No on-field entertainment is allowed due to COVID-19. So for anyone wondering the scene inside AT&T Stadium for this Kane Brown halftime show. pic.twitter.com/oHkmpbxyRx — Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) November 26, 2020 The recording was played over the obscenely expensive Jerrytron 5000 in AT&T Stadium. For viewers at home, the show was brutal to watch but OK to listen to, with camera cuts befitting an episode of “WWE Raw” and lights strong enough to turn living rooms into a...
    Thanksgiving NFL halftime shows aren’t quite the Super Bowl halftime performance, but there have been a lot of big names throughout the years taking the stage on Turkey Day at NFL stadiums. The Dallas Cowboys always use their halftime show on Thanksgiving to kick off the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. This year’s halftime show at AT&T Stadium will feature Kane Brown, potentially the highlight between two halves of football of the 3-7 Cowboys and Washington Football Team. Normally the Lions have a Thanksgiving halftime show, too, but emergency COVID-19 orders in Michigan seem to have prevented that from being the case in 2020. Here’s what you need to know about the music you will (or won’t) see at halftime of Thanksgiving games in 2020. NFL THANKSGIVING PICKS: Straight up | Against the spread Cowboys halftime show for Thanksgiving The Cowboys’ halftime show on Thanksgiving will, as usual, kick off the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign for holiday-time donations. This year, the performer during halftime at AT&T Stadium will be country star Kane Brown. “There were times growing up when...
    The Steelers are somehow losing to the Cowboys at halftime The Cowboys, which entered the game as a 14-point underdog against the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers, have looked surprisingly capable thus far. Garrett Gilbert has led two touchdown drives, and the Steelers offense struggled to make much of an impact until about three minutes left in the game.
    Ben Roethlisberger went to the locker room shortly before halftime vs. the Dallas Cowboys.Pittsburgh Steelers starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger left the game due to injury. With the Steelers down 13-6 to the Dallas Cowboys, Roethlisberger headed into the visiting locker room to get checked out shortly before halftime. His backup Mason Rudolph had to come in there for him in the finals offensive series of the first half. Pittsburgh cannot play down to its competition vs. a Cowboys team that is not the least bit good. Will Roethlisberger return? Ben Roethlisberger limping to locker room with just over a minute left before halftime. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 8, 2020 The Steelers are not the same offensive football team without Roethlisberger under center.
    NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Nothings says the holidays like the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day football game and now the halftime entrainment has been announced. Singer/songwriter Kane Brown will perform at AT&T Stadium in Arlington during the game between the Cowboys and the Washington Football Team on November 26. Brown made the announcement during a nationally televised interview with host James Corden on The Late Late Show on CBS. Called “the future of country” and named one of “31 People Changing the South”, Brown continues to break records and defy boundaries. The 27-year-old first entered the scene with his self-titled album, which spent 13 weeks at No. 1, and made him the first artist to top all five of Billboard’s main country charts simultaneously. Brown’s hits “Heaven” and “What Ifs” are respectively the third- and sixth-most-streamed country songs of all time. The Cowboys Thanksgiving Day game is a Salvation Army and NFL tradition. Officials with the Salvation Army say money raised during their yearly Red Kettle Campaign is at risk this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “There were times growing...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott gave the team a 24-20 lead with an 11-yard touchdown catch with seconds left in the first half on Sunday. Yes, you read that correctly. A touchdown CATCH. The offense went full trickery right before halftime against the New York Giants as wide receiver Cedrick Wilson threw the pass to Prescott. The Dallas Special?? Cowboys run trickery to perfection and Dak Prescott catches a TD moments before half. (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/qM8f1fNipd — NFLonCBS (@NFLonCBS) October 11, 2020 According to play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz, the touchdown catch was the first by a Cowboys quarterback since Danny White. The Cowboys took a 24-20 lead into halftime.
    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Shane Illingworth threw for 265 yards and three touchdowns, Chuba Hubbard ran for 145 yards and two more scores, and No. 17 Oklahoma State was able to rest its starters the final 20 minutes in its 47-7 victory over Kansas on Saturday. Tylan Wallace had nine catches for 148 yards and two touchdowns, and Braylon Johnson had four catches for 74 yards and the other passing TD, as the Cowboys (3-0, 2-0 Big 12) built a 31-0 lead by halftime. Oklahoma State finished with 298 yards through the air and 295 on the ground for 593 yards of total offense. But as gaudy as those numbers might be, the Cowboys’ defense may have been even more impressive. The Jayhawks’ Jalon Daniels and Miles Kendrick were a combined 14 of 24 for 92 yards and a pick. Their running game generated just 101 yards. They were dominated in time of possession, number of first downs (31 to 12) and they didn’t have a play go for more than 10 yards until early in the fourth quarter. Early...
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