The Dallas Cowboys finished 2012 averaging the fewest rushing yards per game in team history as DeMarco Murray nursed an injury for most of the season.
The running game hasn't been any better through the first two weeks this season despite Murray being healthy, and he's placing most of the blame on himself heading into Sunday's home matchup with the St. Louis Rams.
Murray rushed for 131 yards in a season-opening victory over the New York Giants in 2012, but he sat out six straight games in the middle of the season with a sprained left foot. The Cowboys' running game sputtered throughout last season, finishing 31st in the league with a team-worst 79.1 yards per game.
They've yet to get on track in 2013.
Murray ran for 86 yards on 20 carries as Dallas (1-1) beat the Giants 36-31 in the season opener Sept. 8, but he rushed 12 times for 25 yards as the Cowboys totaled 37 on the ground in a 17-16 loss to Kansas City last week.
"The running game has to start with myself," Murray told...