Cowboys Running Back To Be Game-Time Decision In Week 10

The Dallas Cowboys are once again shaping up to be a powerhouse in the NFC come playoff time in 2022, and if they are to do so, they'll need the team to be at full health, something that they've struggled with in recent times.

The team has just got Dak Prescott back from Injured Reserve, but lost Ezekiel Elliott to a knee injury, forcing Tony Pollard to step up as the leader back, something he has done with great success, running for 131 yards and 3 Touchdown's in his recent opportunity, but now, the team may have a big decision to make. With both shown to be effective in recent times, the Cowboys will need to find a way to get both involved, but that may not be an issue in Week 10, as Elliott is still recovering from a knee injury that forced him to miss the Cowboys last game.

Now, it appears a decision will be made on Elliott at game-time in Week 10 as the Cowboys take on the Green Bay Packers, but if they can get both healthy going forward, paired with the return of James Washington and a potential OBJ signing, this could be a team finally ready to make a deep playoff run.

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