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Cowboys will lose Murray for at least a week

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11:24 AM ET 10.16 | The Cowboys lost running back DeMarco Murray in Sunday's loss to the Ravens but they won't have him back in Week 7, according to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. "I think we were encouraged that his sprain was not any more serious than it is," Jones said. "He's a tough guy. I regret that we're not going to have him against Carolina, which looks obvious. I'm encouraged that we're going to have him as we move along." Felix Jones will step up in his absence.

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October 16, 2012  11:30 AM ET

This isn't very interesting.

October 16, 2012  11:41 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

This isn't very interesting.

no..it certainly is not!!

October 16, 2012  11:41 AM ET

Really

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October 16, 2012  12:49 PM ET

Too many fragile running backs in Dallas. Felix Jones could get hurt even before Murray returns...

October 16, 2012  12:54 PM ET

I knew I made a mistake picking him up in Fantasy.

October 16, 2012  01:00 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Too many fragile running backs in Dallas. Felix Jones could get hurt even before Murray returns...

seems this way.... but at least witten got the crisco cleaned from his hands, it appears. i know it seems crazy to suggest the panther game is a big one for dallas, but if they can't beat this team i hate to see what the giants and falcons will do to them. shall we go ahead and call the season??? LOL

October 16, 2012  01:02 PM ET

Just go to another strip club, and find yourself another cowgirl....NEXT!

October 16, 2012  01:16 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

This isn't very interesting.

They could have made the headline "Half of Dallas's offense out for Week 7" and it would have sounded more interesting.

True, too, because Murray was half of their offense against the Ravens.

October 16, 2012  01:17 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

seems this way.... but at least witten got the crisco cleaned from his hands, it appears. i know it seems crazy to suggest the panther game is a big one for dallas, but if they can't beat this team i hate to see what the giants and falcons will do to them. shall we go ahead and call the season??? LOL

Safe to say... the next two games pretty much decide how the season goes.

October 16, 2012  01:24 PM ET

It's too bad the defacto Cowboys HC (Jerry Jones) can't get injured. Then maybe Dallas would have a chance to make the playoffs.

October 16, 2012  01:58 PM ET
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It's too bad the defacto Cowboys HC (Jerry Jones) can't get injured. Then maybe Dallas would have a chance to make the playoffs.

Seconded...

October 16, 2012  02:35 PM ET

The Guys a Good Running back, but the team has to move on!!!

October 16, 2012  04:47 PM ET

I don't think anyone is real worried about the Panthers.

October 16, 2012  06:51 PM ET
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...but the team has to move on!!!

He was just drafted in 2011. What do you mean by move on...??

 
October 16, 2012  07:24 PM ET

I saw where Jerry Jones has been taking snaps from the Cowboys first team offense. Gotta love that micro-managin' disciple of Al Davis.

Tony Romo was reported as not caring one way or another. We expect to see Jerry quarterbacking his mediocre team right down the toilet really soon.

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