The Cowboys offense needs another problem like Charlie Sheen needs another overdose, but they've got one.
Felix Jones was in a protective boot Monday because of a dreaded high ankle sprain suffered in the loss to the Patriots. Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports that Jones could miss the next two-to-four weeks because of the injury, which seems right given how much time Orlando Scandrick missed with the same injury earlier this season.
There's never a good time to lose your starting tailback to an injury, but this is a particularly bad time for the Cowboys to lose Jones. Their offense is rudderless right now, lacking in both identity and confidence after the back-to-back blows of Tony Romo's meltdown against the Lions and Sunday's playcalling fueled loss to the Patriots. The team really needs to have everything at their disposal right now so that they can figure out how to move forward from the twin disappointments.
Beyond that, they need Jones to be getting as much work as possib...