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Felix Jones, Tyron Smith, Jay Ratliff questionable for Cowboys

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The news is mixed on the injury front for the Cowboys heading into Thursday’s game against the Redskins.

Running back Felix Jones, left tackle Tyron Smith and defensive tackle Jay Ratliff are all listed as questionable. For Smith in particular, that’s a positive sign, considering that earlier in the week the team wasn’t expecting him to be able to go.

Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is doubtful, and he will almost certainly miss his sixth consecutive game with a foot injury. If Jones can go he’ll start in place of Murray. If not, the Cowboys are down to Phillip Tanner and Lance Dunbar at running back.

Redskins linebacker London Fletcher and receiver Pierre Garcon were limited in practice and are questionable. Redskins tight end Logan Paulsen, offensive tackle Trent Williams and cornerback Josh Wilson were all full participants in today’s practice and are probable to play the Cowboys.

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9 Responses to “Felix Jones, Tyron Smith, Jay Ratliff questionable for Cowboys”
  1. logicalvoicesays says: Nov 21, 2012 3:21 PM

    Excuses. Nothing is stopping RGIII and the Redskins from getting to the playoffs. Especially not an overrated franchise with a mediocre fanbase/football team that is the Dallas Cowboys.

  2. ppc50 says: Nov 21, 2012 3:51 PM

    I’ve noticed your comments all year Voice Says and you are in no way being Logical. The Redskins have been an overrated, over spending, underachieving franchise for a longer period time than the Cowboys. I agree than RGIII is an excellent player, but the Cowboys have a much better chance of making the playoffs than the Skins. I know your response about tomorrow’s game and if the Giants lose, but there is a few more games to go. The Skins will lose tomorrow.

  3. wilkisoft says: Nov 21, 2012 4:07 PM

    Since when does a franchise with multiple championships become overrated? The fan base is mediocre, yet they are among the top 3 in merchandise sales. Ya mad, bro? Granted the team in itself is just bad, but you sound silly.

  4. jwreck says: Nov 21, 2012 4:27 PM

    ppc50 says: Nov 21, 2012 3:51 PM

    I’ve noticed your comments all year Voice Says and you are in no way being Logical.
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    Agreed, also water is wet. The more you respond to this guy, the more often he’ll return to the site, and whatever your team loyalty might be, no one wants that (especially actual Redskins fans).

  5. logicalvoicesays says: Nov 21, 2012 5:01 PM

    95% of Cowboys fans are bandwagon who have never stepped on Texas soil. Dan Snyder is better than Jerrah. Mike Shanahan is a real HC who in just 3 yrs time has turned the team from a UFL Caliber roster to an eventual NFC East Champion roster and more importantly, we have Robert Griffin who will rule the NFL for the next decade. Deal with it.

  6. nat2004nic says: Nov 21, 2012 5:50 PM

    logicalvoicesays

    Man that is too funny. Are you the same voiceofreason that was opening your mouth before the season started and well… the season started and you went MIA until now. Your team is not even .500 talking about NFC championship. Matter of fact when was the last time your team smelled a NFC East Championship?

  7. romoscollarbone says: Nov 21, 2012 8:31 PM

    If Murray continues to be out, which seems to be the case, and Felix can’t suit up. In conjunction with that swiss cheese O-line, I really can’t see how Dallas prevails. I’m a Cowboys fan thru and thru, but I don’t like our match ups w/ Wash. Griffin’s ability to change throwing angles with his feet is scary. Without Sean Lee, I don’t see enough speed in the front 7 to slow him down.

  8. ppc50 says: Nov 21, 2012 11:08 PM

    Bruce Carter, Ware, Sims are all very fast. No LB or DE can keep up with RGIII. They have to keep him in the pocket with Spencer and Ware off the edges,

  9. ppc50 says: Nov 21, 2012 11:10 PM

    ” Mike Shanahan is a real HC who in just 3 yrs time has turned the team from a UFL Caliber roster to an eventual NFC East Champion roster”

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    You seem to forget that Shanny had a great O line, Davis at RB, Elway at QB and Sharpe at TE. He has done nothing without them.

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