Cowboys injury woes worsen
Juan Castillo and Charles Jo우리카지노hnson got a breather in this one.
The injured Johnson did not participate in practice, but was listed as questionable for this week’s game. While some players will be monitored, if there’s a change in his status it could mean the Cowboys are already well on their way. Castillo was already out for this week’s game.
Rookie defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence started on the left side of the Cowboys’ defense in place of the injured Castillo for the second day in a row. Lawrence is on the disabled list and wasn’t expected to play Saturday night.
The third day in a row for Castillo saw him miss two days. His previous four games saw him miss at least three days because of injuries.
The second day in a row for Lawson means he’s more likely to play in this game, considering his injury. If Lawrence is바카라사이트 unable to play, then the Cowboys would have to choose between getting linebacker DeMarcus Lawrence or safety J.J. Wilcox, though one might think that in his prime Lawrence would be the better of the two, at least against the Cowboys’ secondary.
Willingham to start?
Cowboys DE Jason Hatcher will play in his fifth game this season, joining former Cowboys DT DeMarcus Lawrence, former Cowboys FB/TE Terrance Knighton and former Cowboys FB/TE Travis Frederick. Hatcher has started in four of the Cowboys’ last five games, starting at outside linebacker and occasionally as a tackle.
The former Cowboy won’t be the only one getting snaps at outside linebacker. Right defensive end Derek Wolfe will likely start off the season on the non-football injury 바카라list with a hamstring injury.
Veteran LB Dan Williams started in a season-long capacity Sunday and he should make the trip into Dallas. Williams has played in five career games, starting at outside linebacker.
Who will play at quarterback?
Cowboys QB Jason Garrett is going with rookie DeMarco Murray at quarterback. The Cowboys will play the Texans and New Orleans in a bye week, and Murray is looking at five consecutive starts.
Garrett said Sunday that he has talked with former Dallas QB Tony Romo about making the trip to Dallas. Garrett also said that it was his hope that Murray would get the job over Garrett in his first career start. Romo said Sunday he has always wanted to play in the pros.
Running back Darren McFadden was in pads Sunday but was not expected to star