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Isaiah Wynn will make another return to the Patriots’ active roster. The second-year tackle missed the past eight games due to turf toe, but Field Yates of reports (on Twitter) the Patriots will move him from IR back into their starting lineup.

The 2018 first-round pick’s NFL odyssey has not gone smoothly. After an Achilles tear wiped out his would-be rookie season, Wynn suffered an injury in Week 2 that sent him to IR. But the Patriots are set to give him another try. Considering their unusually shaky left tackle situation, Wynn staying healthy this time would represent a key development for the defending Super Bowl champions.

New England has used in-season signing Marshall Newhouse at left tackle for the past eight games. While Pro Football Focus slots the journeyman as a middling tackle this season (No. 48 overall), he’s been an obvious downgrade from Trent Brown. The Pats have benefited from a steady succession at left tackle for nearly 30 years, going from Bruce Armstrong to Matt Light to Nate Solder to Brown. The franchise had designs on Wynn continuing that pipeline, but the North Carolina State product’s injury trouble has put his future in question.

The Pats used the first of their two 2018 first-round picks on Wynn. While he’s only played 82 snaps as a pro, PFF did rate his limited work as positive. He will have a chance to build on that soon, likely this week against the Cowboys.

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The New England Patriots and the Dallas Cowboys are two of the most successful franchises in the NFL, and arguably the two most polarizing in the league as well. While they enjoy enormous fan support across the country, the Patriots and Cowboys are simultaneously among the least popular teams as well. And on Sunday, the two will meet in a game that could have major playoff implications in both the AFC and the NFC.

With that being said, let’s take a closer look at the Patriots’ Week 12 opponent.

Record: 6-4 (1st place NFC East)

Offense: 4th (28.6 points/game)

Defense: 7th (19.7 points/game)

Head coach: Jason Garrett

Coordinators: Kellen Moore (OC), Rod Marinelli (DC)

Games so far
Week 1 vs New York Giants: W 35-17

Week 2 at Washington Redskins: W 31-21

Week 3 vs Miami Dolphins: W 31-6

Week 4 at New Orleans Saints: L 12-10

Week 5 vs Green Bay Packers: L 34-24

Week 6 at New York Jets: L 24-22

Week 7 vs Philadelphia Eagles: W 37-10

Week 8: Bye

Week 9 at New York Giants: W 37-18

Week 10 vs Minnesota Vikings: L 28-24

Week 11 at Detroit Lions: W 35-27

Dallas started its 2019 season in style, by winning its first three games in convincing fashion. Against the Saints in Week 4, however, the team hit its first major road-block while losing 12-10 — kicking off a three-game losing streak that culminated in a 24-22 loss to the then 0-4 Jets. The Cowboys did bounce back nicely the next week, however, heading into their bye on a 37-10 blowout win against the Eagles.

Jason Garrett’s team then came out of its weekend off with another blowout, before losing at home against the Vikings. One week later, the Cowboys improved to 3-2 on the road by beating the Lions in Detroit.

Three storylines that describe the 2019 season
The offensive renaissance: Dallas is entering its game against the NFL’s top-ranked defense as the number four scoring offense in football, in large part because of the job offensive coordinator Kellen Moore did in his first few games leading the unit. The 31-year-old, who quickly rose through the ranks in Dallas and went from backup quarterback to quarterbacks coach to coordinator over a three-season span, has built a quick rapport with fourth-year passer Dak Prescott. Speaking of whom…