The Cowboys had pretty much everything go right for them offensively on Sunday.
DeMarco Murray ran the ball a lot and he ran it well behind an offensive line that helped him out while also keeping Tony Romo from feeling much pressure during a turnover-free performance. The only thing that went wrong was the departure of wide receiver Miles Austin with a left hamstring injury.
Austin has been limited by hamstring injuries in each of the last two seasons, but Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com reports that the team does not think that Austin’s current issue is as serious as those problems. The current plan is to see how he feels on Wednesday before coming up with a plan for practice during the week. It’s probably safe to assume he’ll be limited at best when the week starts.
Terrence Williams and Dwayne Harris would be in line for more action if Austin isn’t able to play against the Chargers in Week Four.