Cowboys News: Lamb questionable, Dak due date, Moore & Quinn get odds for Panthers job

All eyes were on the Friday practice report as the Cowboys prepare to travel to Philadelphia for the biggest game yet of this young season.

 While Dak Prescott is not expected to play, he technically still has a shot (even if it exists only as a gambit to keep

the Eagles on their toes). Jason Peters looks like he’ll line up against his old teammates,

and CeeDee Lamb was a late add with a hip issue, though this has happened before without him missing time.

Meanwhile, Stephen Jones has set a due date of sorts for Prescott’s return,

two of the defense’s stars discuss the inner workings of the unit,

and Dan Quinn gets a moment in the film-study spotlight for his exceptional four-man pass rush strategies.

Quinn and fellow coordinator Kellen Moore are already in the mix when it comes to the Carolina Panthers job,

 at least according to oddsmakers. Cowboys staff writers wonder if it’s finally Turpin Time this week for the Dallas offense

, Jerry Jones responds to the Daniel Snyder “dirt” story,

 and Troy Aikman responds to the remarks he made on Monday Night Football that caused a stir on social media. That and more, in News and Notes.

Lamb’s name was a bit of a surprise on Friday’s practice report, as he did not practice with a hip injury.

  It’s worth noting that Lamb was also listed with a hip injury on Oct. 6

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