The Cowboys Sunday have a critical matchup in Carolina, where they will try to avoid their first three-game losing streak since 2010 when they take on the 1-4 Panthers and struggling QB Cam Newton.
Dallas sits in last place in the NFC East at 2-3. Last week they had a shot vs the Ravens in Baltimore to win a huge game vs the AFC North leading Ravens. They got to the Baltimore 34 with 26 seconds left and a timeout remaining, and managed only a 1-yard pass play and watched the seconds tick away before missing a 51-yard field goal.
“I know we missed the field goal and how close that was and how precious yardage was at the end of the day,” wide receiver Kevin Ogletree said. “So getting back to the line of scrimmage, maybe getting the play called, I think this will all be great for us going forward in learning a lesson.”
The Cowboys ran for 227 yards in Baltimore, but will have to do it against the Panthers without DeMarco Murray. The second-year starter is expected to miss Sunday’s contest after suffering a sprained left foot against the Ravens.
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