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Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray had surgery Monday to repair a broken bone in his left hand. Murray, however, has not been ruled out for this week's game against the Indianapolis Colts. "The biggest question we have to ask ourselves is, is he functional to do his job?" Garrett said. "Can he hold the football? Can he carry it under duress? Can he block? Can he do the things necessary to play the position?" The Cowboys definitely cannot afford Murray missing any time. The last 2 games of the season are critical for the Cowboy's chances and seeding for the playoffs. They will be playing a big game this Sunday against the Colts and then will be playing divisional rival the Washington Redskins. Murray is currently accounting for 38% of the Cowboys total offensive yards, which is first in the NFL by 4 percent! That is crazy numbers and the Cowboys will have to rely on Joseph Randle and Lance Dunbar if Murray cannot suit up. Do you think the Cowboys should risk further injury to Murray and let him play this Sunday or should they let him rest?
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@WAYNEPiper Don't they have to beat the Redskins since the divisional record is important in case of a tie break?
Ugh...just found out the network isn't airing the Cowboys game in my area on Sunday. Nooo! I'll have to find somewhere to watch it.
now that the EAGLES lost. I would not start Murray. if needed, he plays.
One of those times when I cheer for the Redskins... what a relief! I'm with you, @WAYNEPiper.
Cool sanityscout. it was a real pleasure watching Washington beat the EAGLES. Go COWBOYS.