Cowboys may not have significant offensive weapons compared to WFT

The Dallas Cowboys Are Worried About Running Again Tonny Pollard may not be available for the game against the Washington Soccer Team because of a leg injury.

There’s a bit of conspiracy assigned to Cowboys when they prepare to play Washington this week.

On Wednesday, Tony Pollard missed practice with an obvious leg injury. At the same time, Dallas signed on to bring Ito Smith back to their practice team.

Immediately there was speculation that Pollard’s status at the end of the week wasn’t 100% certain.

Tony Pollard Injury Update: RB misses practice due to leg problem

The Cowboys’ official Twitter account attempted to pour water over the whole thing by tweeting about being healthy enough to work out again.

Still, Pollard’s dealings with a foot injury wasn’t a particularly welcome development as the Cowboys took their ninth win. They haven’t won consecutive games since October and this trip to Washington. help them change that.

On the plus side, Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News said the team isn’t worried about the long-term availability of a resumption of activity.

Pollard’s condition will have to be monitored in the coming days, especially as Ezekiel Elliott is recovering from a knee injury. Elliott was able to train at least on Wednesday.

While Elliott leads the Cowboys with 765 yards of the ground, the partnership with Pollard in the backyard means a lot to Dallas.

Pollard has 602 yards rushing this season with an average of 5.6 yards per take. He had 71 yards and touched the ball seven times against the Saints last weekend. He also added 259 yards through matches. Cowboys may not have significant offensive weapons compared to WFT

James Brien

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