Dallas won but, oh boy, they also lost.
The Cowboys beat the Eagles 20-10 in a sloppy divisional contest Sunday afternoon, but they're not likely in the mood to celebrate after losing Tony Romo to a broken clavicle in the third quarter.
DeMarco Murray insists playing the Dallas Cowboys is just another game.
The Cowboys can be effective, even dominant on the ground again this year. But don't expect a back to flirt with 2,000 yards again.
Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan insists that the team's run-heavy approach will not change in DeMarco Murray's absence.
Their running back-less 2015 Draft class notwithstanding, Stephen Jones says the Cowboys are more committed than ever to running the football.
The men that make up the Cowboys' offensive line won't deny that the loss of DeMarco Murray is a major one, but they're confident in the group that will try to replace him going forward.
Emmitt Smith believes Darren McFadden and Joseph Randle give the Cowboys a more than capable backfield tandem.
The Dallas Cowboys will open their 2015 regular season on Sept. 13 with a home game against the New York Giants on NBC's Sunday Night Football.
Though there remain significant obstacles, Peterson in Dallas would be the missing piece for a team on the brink.