Cowboys likely without both starting offensive tackles

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The Cowboys probably have to face the Jets without both of their starting offensive tackles today.

Right tackle La'el Collins and left tackle Tyron Smith are both listed as questionable, but Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Collins is out and Smith has only a “slight chance” to go.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said on Friday that he expected to have at least one of his starting tackles, but he didn’t specify which one. If the Cowboys are without both, that’s going to make life hard for Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott.

The Cowboys also listed wide receiver Randall Cobb as questionable. His status will be determined after pregame warmups.

9 responses to “Cowboys likely without both starting offensive tackles

  1. They go (don’t go) based on their OL as one of best in league when healthy. When healthy….

  2. Boo!!! Hoo!!!

    The Cincinnati Bengals don’t even have an offensive line.

    Bengals owner mike brown hires linemen from craigslist ads
    and laborers who loiter on the sides of Home Depots in the morning.

    No sympathy.

  3. Gotta love Jerry he loves letting the opposition know the latest on who’s in and whos out for that wks game. It helps the opposing teams game plan, and Jerry gets to feel like he’s the smartest football guy on the planet

  4. I’m not worried about it.
    The only reason they even use an offensive line is the rules require it.
    Dak is so talented he could play without a line.
    They don’t even need a center since he could easily snap the ball to himself.

    The Cowboys – and Dak especially – are just way cool. They America’s team.

  5. Hey Dak whoever your agent is you better FIRE HIM!! You should have signed on the dotted line when Jerry offered to make you the second highest paid quarterback in the league, because that offer just dropped to somewhere around top 12 now…Wahahahahahahahahaha

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