Cowboys Rumors, Overreaction Tuesday On Mike McCarthy, Trading For Sam Darnold, Mike Nolan & Zeke

Dallas Cowboys rumors and news are swirling after the Cowboys bad Week 6 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The meltdown is on for the Cowboys amid apparent locker room issues between the coaching staff and players, plus fan freakouts and wild media ideas. So on this episode of the Dallas Cowboys Report, host Tom Downey discusses the 5 overreactions as the Cowboys sit at 2-4, somehow leading the NFC East. Today’s Cowboys rumors feature Ezekiel Elliott, Mike McCarthy, tanking, Mike Nolan, and somehow trading for Sam Darnold.

The Cowboys coaching staff has problems right now. Mike Nolan’s defense sucks and the Cowboys players are calling out the staff in the media. Has Mike McCarthy already lost the locker room? Is his job as Cowboys head coach already in jeopardy? And is it time to fire Mike Nolan?

Cowboys rumors also focus on Ezekiel Elliott. What is wrong with the Cowboys very expensive RB? Could the Cowboys even move on from him? Also, with the Cowboys struggling and still somehow in the mix in the NFC East, is it time to tank?

Cowboys Trade rumors should really be about the Cowboys selling at the NFL Trade Deadline. So why is trading for Sam Darnold being suggested? Cowboys Report host Tom Downey explains why that’s a bad idea.

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