"They've both got real unique, really great personalities," Linehan said. "I would think if they were teammates in college or just passing friends, they would be pretty good buddies I think. I feel that our whole rookie class has been good that way. I've noticed them doing a lot of things together. So that's a good sign."
"Here he is in the NFL and he's filling in for one of the all-time Cowboy greats that had a bad-luck injury to start the season, and he's gone out and won," offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said. "I think he just puts it in his world of that's what you're supposed to do."