Dallas linebacker Bruce Carter is out this weekend against Houston, and could miss next week’s game at Seattle, because of a strained quadriceps.
The Cowboys roared from 21 points down to beat the Rams in the third game of the 2014 NFL season. Here are the Dallas Cowboys’ team grades for the game.
Cowboys linebacker Bruce Carter jumps on with the Ben and Skin show and reveals which NFL quarterback he wants to sack the most.
Sean Lee is probably out Sunday against Washington with a neck sprain. Justin Durant’s season is over because of a hamstring injury.
Dallas is near the bottom in pass defense and likely to be tied for the league lead with 10 TD passes allowed with Manning set for his first visit to the Cowboys’ stadium after throwing for 16 scores in the first four games.
As the Cowboys walked off the field and into the tunnel at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland last December thirtieth it was clear that changes needed to be made.
Dallas Cowboys linebacker and official football beast Bruce Carter hops on the phone with Ben and Skin, and they run him through the gamut of questions in another edition of The Terrifying Ten.
Bruce Carter and Sean Lee shared the middle of the Dallas defense last year until the two linebackers went down with season-ending injuries.
Ernie Sims and Brady Poppinga joined the Cowboys from the NFL scrap heap. They could now end up playing important parts in trying to salvage a season.
Dallas is now without both starting inside linebackers in Bruce Carter, injured in the third quarter against the Redskins, and defensive leader Sean Lee, who badly injured a toe last month.
Cowboys linebacker Bruce Carter is out of for the season with a dislocated left elbow, making him the fourth Dallas defensive starter to go on injured reserve.
Coach Jason Garrett says Carter showed flashes last season, had a big offseason and is now ready to compete for a starting job at inside linebacker.