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FRISCO, Texas – “A crazy three weeks.”

That’s how Cheap Andy Dalton Jersey described his recent bout with a concussion and then COVID-19 – a challenging stretch not just for himself but his family, too.

Needless to say, the Cowboys’ veteran quarterback is excited to be medically cleared and back on the field. He has practiced fully both days this week in preparation for Sunday’s road game against the Minnesota Vikings.

“It was a crazy three weeks for me, but I’m glad to be on the other side of it,” he said. “I’m glad to be back with everybody and through those three weeks.”

Dalton, the expected fill-in starter for Cheap Dak Prescott Jersey (Reserve/Injured; ankle) when healthy, suffered a concussion Oct. 25 on a dangerous helmet-to-helmet hit by Washington linebacker Cheap Jon Bostic Jersey. Dalton did not play the following week at Philadelphia but was feeling much better within a few days. He had hoped to be cleared for the Cowboys’ next game Nov. 1 against Pittsburgh.

Then the virus hit.

The 33-year-old isn’t sure how he contracted it. He immediately self-quarantined and the Cowboys placed him on the Reserve/COVID-19 list Nov. 3. The club officially activated him Wednesday.

“It hit me hard the first day that I had it, and then gradually started feeling better,” he said. “By the end of it, I was ready to get out of quarantine and get back up here.”

Dalton said he’s still regaining his sense of smell and taste. He said his wife and one of their sons also caught the virus a couple of days after he got sick.

Thankfully, everyone is now “healthy and back to normal,” he said.

Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Dalton had a good practice Wednesday, his first actual practice work in over three weeks. Prior to the concussion, Dalton had made four game appearances, including two starts against Arizona and Washington, with 452 passing yards, one touchdown and three interceptions.

“I thought he was decisive and threw the ball very well (Wednesday),” McCarthy said before Thursday’s practice. “That’s the biggest thing. As long as the ball is coming out on time and so forth, I thought he was in rhythm. Andy has excellent command, obviously, of the whole operation.”

Dalton was supportive of backups Cheap Ben DiNucci Jersey and Cheap Garrett Gilbert Jersey in their spot starts against Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, respectively. While in quarantine he communicated with Gilbert through text messages.

Now Dalton can focus on an opponent again. Minnesota (4-5) has won three straight games behind NFL rushing leader Dalvin Cook and a solid defense under Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer. Dalton and Zimmer were with the Bengals organization for three years together previously (2011-13).

Finally, it’s back to football after those crazy three weeks.

“It was a little frustrating. You miss the one game because of the concussion, (my) first time dealing with that, and then the COVID, it’s like it all kind of hit at once,” Dalton said. “I wish I could have been out there. I wish I could have played in the two games that I missed. But it kind of is what it is.

“It’s been a great week of practice so far. I feel good about where I’m at and where we’re at as a team and moving forward.”

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This is not something new for defensive end Cheap Brandon Graham Jersey.

It isn’t a position he desires, what with the Eagles 3-5-1 and on the road at Cleveland Sunday, the first of five straight games against teams with winning records. But it is where the Eagles find themselves in this bumpy ride through nine games of the 2020 season, and players like Graham – veteran leaders who have turned seasons around in the blink of an eye – understand what it takes to reverse fortunes for a football team that has high expectations for the year.

Everything starts at practice.

“I think it starts, definitely, with practice,” Graham said on Wednesday, “because some of the stuff that is showing up out there (in games) – and we’re just being real with ourselves – is happening in practice – jumping offsides, pre-snap penalties, false starts, people dropping balls, us not getting off the rock. It’s all stuff that we need to hone in on as a team and I think we’re doing a good job addressing that elephant in the room. You just kind of want to say, ‘Aw, everything is going to be alright, it’s gonna be alright.’

“But now we’re at a point where we know that stuff is affecting us and we have to clean that up. What I love the most is how Doug (Pederson, head coach) brings his energy and doesn’t let a lot of this stuff get to him too much, but just know that he’s got to make a change and it starts with him and it trickles down to us and we’ve got to make sure we’re policing that when we see stuff happening in practice.”

That’s the message Pederson has imparted to his team this week – that the Eagles have to be better at the little things in practice that lead to the big things in games. The Eagles are coming off a disappointing 27-17 loss at New York and now their lead in the NFC East over the Giants is slim. The Eagles have seven games to get it together in this regular season. Graham is one of the leaders, along with quarterback Cheap Carson Wentz Jersey and offensive tackle Cheap Lane Johnson Jersey, to address the daily goings on with the team.

The players are taking it to heart. They played poorly Sunday at MetLife Stadium when they had a chance to put a vise grip on the NFC East and reach the .500 mark. Didn’t happen. The page has been turned. The focus is on Cleveland.

“All that matters to me is the locker room, this organization and how we’re going to get better,” Wentz said. “Honestly, right now we’re just not clicking on all cylinders but I’m really confident that we’re going to get it turned around.”

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Nothing is perfect, of course. The Eagles didn’t put a blueprint together for this kind of season. They’ve battled injuries and inconsistency, and now they’re getting some pieces back – left guard Isaac Seumalo is hopeful to get back as a starter this week and tight end Zach Ertz practiced on Wednesday with his 21-day practice window open. The next step is to eliminate the inconsistency, and on offense that means being more productive on first and second downs to set themselves up for manageable third downs. They are looking for more explosiveness in the passing game and more positive plays in the running game. On defense, the Eagles want more takeaways, more stops, better play inside the red zone.

That’s coming, the players are saying. First things first, though, it’s practice we’re talking about.

“We’ve got our backs against the wall,” Johnson said. “It’s not where we wanted to be. People are tired of hearing us talk, the excuses, this and that. It really doesn’t matter what I say or what anybody says. What matters is production on Sunday and how we play. Really, don’t think about a whole lot. You have a job to do and that’s what you’re paid to do. When it comes down to it, do your job the best you can to your ability. What can I control? My practice, my effort, and helping the other guys around me.”

In the 2018 season, one year after winning the Super Bowl, the Eagles came off a 48-7 drubbing at New Orleans and, at 4-6, were counted out of the postseason picture. But they rallied to win five of their last six games to reach the playoffs and then went to Chicago to defeat the Bears before a narrow loss in New Orleans to the Saints. Last year, the Eagles were humiliated in a December 1 loss at Miami before reeling off four consecutive wins to capture the NFC East.

Now, the Eagles are not where they want to be at 3-5-1. But they are in first place in the division, so they control their own fate. Turning it around in the right direction doesn’t start on Sunday in Cleveland. It is already under way at the NovaCare Complex, where the message from Pederson is simple, and very true.

“I look at everything,” he said. “I don’t want to make just knee-jerk reactions moving forward. We know we have to coach better and play better and that’s the bottom line.”

And that bottom line could lead to a more positive bottom line with the playoffs – and a deep run when they get there – the goal for the Eagles in the big picture. In the very small picture, it’s one step after another on the practice field and in the meeting rooms.