Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray believes the team left a good deal of chances on the field on Sunday afternoon.
“We definitely left some opportunities,” Murray told the team’s website. “It’s a learning experience. We’ve got to watch film and see what we did badly and get it corrected. They played a good game defensively, the 49ers, and our defense gave us plenty of chances to put points on the board. We have to finish every drive... We just didn’t do that today.”
Murray had 118 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries on Sunday. Of nine red zone trips though, Dallas went to Murray just once.
“I always want it, but especially in those situations,” Murray said. “I have confidence in the O-line and I definitely have confidence in myself that we can get it. But Scott (Linehan)’s calling the plays and he knows what’s best for the offense. Whatever it is, I’m going to do it to the best of my ability, as well as the other 10 guys.”
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