Most people would agree that the Dallas Cowboys offensive line is potentially their weakest link. With a solid running back, a $108 million quarterback, a dominating wide receiver in Dez Bryant and a Hall of Fame tight end in Jason Witten, it definitely is the offense’s weak link.
At least one person disagrees though.
“The sky’s the limit,” running back DeMarco Murray said, via ESPN Dallas. “These guys are working hard. I’m very, very proud of the guys we’ve got, the five starters and the guys behind them.
“I wouldn’t want to be behind any other line. I love these guys. I’ve got a lot of respect for these guys. They’re going to have a great year for us.”
They’ve been ravaged by injuries this training camp leaving question marks about who would start week one. Tony Romo has dealt with a revolving door
“You’d rather have the whole unit solidified six months ago,” head coach Jason Garrett said. “That’s just not where we are. That’s not where a lot of teams in the league are. We’re just trying to put together the best combinations.”
That isn’t worrying Murray though.
“For the most part, these guys have played a lot of football,” Murray said. “In OTAs, I think we played well. Through training camp, there’s been a different kind of rhythm that we’ve been playing with. Different guys have to be ready to play. It’s up to each person individually.”