Jerry Jones wants to see some-more touches for Cowboys’ backup backs
October 4, 2014 - garden totes
Jerry Jones has some thoughts about a Cowboys’ descent play calling.
Jones pronounced that with DeMarco Murray on gait to lift a round 396 times this season, it would be a good thought to get backup using backs Lance Dunbar and Joseph Randle some-more concerned to make certain Murray stays healthy for 16 games.
“If we can, it would be good to have Dunbar with a few some-more touches,” Jones pronounced on 105.3 The Fan, around a Dallas Morning News. “But make no mistake about it, Joseph Randle can be effective out there, too. We substantially should have during slightest Randle get a few some-more snaps. we consider he got 7 a other day, and we substantially could pull that adult if you’re going to have that many run plays, we substantially could double that and be flattering intelligent about how you’re exposing Murray.”
Murray has 99 carries and 9 catches this year, a effort that would be roughly unfit to keep adult — generally for someone with a story of injuries like Murray. Dunbar (who has 11 carries and 5 catches) and Randle (nine carries and 0 catches) are expected to get some-more concerned in a offense, either that’s a matter of diversion formulation or a matter of prerequisite since Murray gets hurt.