The hits from Sunday night just keep on coming.
Both of the Cowboys defenders lost to injury on Sunday night got bad news about their conditions on Monday. Mike Jenkins thinks he'll be out three-to-four weeks after injuring his hamstring in the loss to the Eagles and Sean Lee has a dislocated wrist, which will force him to play with a cast if he's able to play at all.
That would be a double dose of bad news at any point in the season, but it is hard to imagine a worse time for the Cowboys to lose two key defensive contributors. Not only is the defense trying to recover from the whipping they took on Sunday night, but the Cowboys are about to enter a stretch of schedule they need to dominate to keep their playoff hopes alive for the long term.
Starting with this week's game against the Seahawks, the Cowboys have a five-week run of mostly favorable matchups. They have a game against the 5-2 Bills, but it is at home, and the rest of the run features the Redskins, Dolphins and Cardin...