Last week against the hated New York Giants, the Dallas Cowboys racked up 251 rushing yards. The majority of those yards came from Marion Barber, as he toted the ball 18 times for 124 yards and one touchdown. But what worries me about the Cowboys' running attack isn’t the team’s ability to actually run the ball; it’s their willingness to completely give up on the running game. That willingness to abandon a successful game plan may be more evident next week against the Panthers simply because the team may be without their star runner Barber. Against the Giants this past Sunday night, Barber pulled up lame on his longest run of the night, straining a quad muscle. With Barber possibly out next week, backup runners Felix Jones and Tashard Choice will have to shoulder the majo ...
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