Found November 16, 2011 on
1. DeMarco Murray shouldn't slow down much
Jerry Jones said Tuesday that DeMarco Murray would remain Dallas' top runner even upon the return of Felix Jones, who missed four games with a high ankle sprain.
With 682 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns over those four games, boasting a robust rushing 8.0 yards per carry, Murray's performance left the Cowboys with no alternative.
My incorrect initial pessimism regarding Murray's fantasy potential was based more on skepticism of his offensive line and Dallas personnel management than Murray's talent level - he was my fourth-ranked runner in the 2011 draft and a player I thought would go in the first 50 picks. I've nonetheless been floored by how well he has played. The 4.41 speed and excellent hands he consistently showed in his college career were expected to carry over into the NFL, but Murray has also consistently displayed strong vision and surprising tackle-breaking ability.
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Felix Jones, be afraid. Be very afraid. There’s a new sheriff in town and his name is DeMarco Murray. Okay, forgive my lame attempt at humor; I was just trying to ease the tension. Anyway, while I hate to be the bearer of bad news Mr. Jones I regret to tell you that your time as a member of the Dallas Cowboys has essentially come to an end. Sorry but that’s life in the NFL. You...
IRVING -- Following Thursday's practice, Tony Romo talked about how the players in the Cowboys locker room are committed to each other and excited when a teammate does well. The day before that, Barry Church said the thing that surprised him most about becoming a Cowboy last season was that, despite being a rookie, everyone talked to him and provided a family atmosphere.
Say this for Dallas Cowboys rookie running back DeMarco Murray - he's a team player.
Murray reiterated his stance that he's "excited" about the potential return of running back Felix Jones, even if it comes at his own expense. On Sunday, the Cowboys (5-4) face the skidding NFC East rival Washington Redskins (3-6), who have lost five in a row.
Murray has flourished...
DeMarco Murray's 601 yards in the last four weeks has earned him all kinds of praise.
It is all well deserved, Murray's emergence has turned the Cowboys' season around and revealed the kind of offensive depth they are going to need to wind up in the playoffs this season. If he keeps it up, he'll be a rookie of the year candidate and the subject of many a fawning...
IRVING -Running back Felix Jones will return this week from the ankle injury that forced him to sit out the last four games, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday on his weekly radio show with KRLD-FM.
The Cowboys (5-4) play at the Redskins (3-6) on Sunday afternoon at FedEx Field. Felix Jones is expected to be suited up.
“That’s our plan,” Jones said. “It looks like he...
The Dallas Cowboys are set to have their top rusher from last season return, but they're not expecting him to provide much of a boost.
DeMarco Murray has already done that.
The rookie's emergence has opened up the offense and helped turn around the season for Dallas, which seeks a season-best third straight win Sunday when it faces the woeful Washington Redskins at FedEx...
It looks like we're finally going to get our answer about who the Cowboys' starting tailback will be for the rest of the season.
Jerry Jones took to the radio Tuesday morning to say that he expects Felix Jones will be in the lineup for this weekend's Redskins game. That means we will get our first look at the Cowboys' backfield with Jones active alongside DeMarco...
Felix Jones practiced with the Cowboys on Wednesday for the first time in four weeks.
DALLAS As of this moment, the Dallas Cowboys have the upper hand in the NFC East. And yes, I realize the New York Giants technically hold a one-game lead based on their 6-3 record.
At worst, the Cowboys (5-4) should be in a tie for first in the division when they host the Giants on Dec. 11. The schedule makers were incredibly kind to the Cowboys during the holiday season. They...
Wednesday will mark exactly one month since Felix Jones suffered a high ankle sprain at New England. It's also the day the Cowboys would like to see if he can return to practice.