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Topic - Demarco Murray
"I know he's much maligned in some of the things he's done in the past that probably cost them ballgames," said Redskins linebacker London Fletcher. "But today he made plays to win the ballgame."
Troy Aikman called the Cowboys loss to the Packers "bizarre" and "mind-boggling." How bad have things gotten in Big D?
Much of this year Redskins fans have been unhappy with Alfred Morris' carries in the 2nd half of games. After last week's loss to Green Bay, Dallas fans feel the same way.
Murray ran for three touchdowns, backup Lance Dunbar had a career-high 82 yards rushing and the Dallas Cowboys overcame Oakland's fumble return for a score on the opening kickoff to beat the Raiders 31-24 Thursday.
On Sunday night in Dallas, when a win would have pushed the Washington Redskins right back into the thick of the NFC East title chase, Fletcher's crew did a credible job against one of the NFL's better offenses. And yet, in the end, that didn't matter at all in a 31-16 loss that left the Redskins grasping for answers.
Tony Romo slammed his helmet on a cart and screamed at nobody in particular during an embarrassing flurry of turnovers in a preseason game.
Tony Romo knows what matters the most when it comes to the Dallas Cowboys. So while it's nice to break Troy Aikman's franchise record for career touchdown passes, he's focused on getting his team to the playoffs.
Dallas running back DeMarco Murray is practicing again for the first time since spraining his right foot a month and a half ago. Nobody's saying whether that means he will end a six-game absence Sunday night against Philadelphia.
The Dallas running game is stuck in neutral without running back DeMarco Murray.
The Dallas Cowboys are expecting to be without running back DeMarco Murray for Sunday's game.
Every player in the NFL is prone to injury. So putting together a team of NFL players is an inherently risky endeavor. But you can mitigate that risk by avoiding players with injury-related red flags.
Tony Romo doesn't care about winning in style. He's leading the Dallas Cowboys to victories, and that's all that matters.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' defense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 27-24 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
It's difficult to draw positives from an ugly defeat against a 1-7 team, but one Redskins unit managed to stop some bleeding Sunday in Miami.
While fantasy football owners scrambled to pick up DeMarco Murray, the Philadelphia Eagles watched the rookie running back put on quite a show.
"I was just playing like I always play," Murray said. "I'm not worried about anything else. I'm just doing the best I can do and trying to help this team win."
"He's a smart quarterback," Murray said.