Mincey: “I Don't Feel Like Anything is Falling Apart”

The Cowboys have lost three straight after starting out 2-0

The men in the Dallas Cowboys’ locker room are well aware that their season hasn’t gone great thus far.

The injury troubles date back to the final days of camp, when Orlando Scandrick tore his ACL. They lost Dez Bryant to a broken foot and Randy Gregory to a high ankle sprain in Week 1, Tony Romo to a broken clavicle in Week 2 and Lance Dunbar to a torn ACL and MCL in Week 4.

After starting 2-0, they’re currently 0-for-Romo’s injury and a game under .500 at 2-3.

But those in the Cowboys’ locker room don’t feel the sky is falling, either.

"I mean, it's weird, but I don't feel like anything is falling apart,” said defensive end Jeremy Mincey, per ESPN Dallas. “I just think right now we're a little discombobulated, but I think we will get it together with this group of men. It's still the same guys. Bend but don't break. We're just a little wounded right now, but the wounds will heal. Once we get those wounds healed, we'll be right back to where we need to be."

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