• Joseph Randle fills in for DeMarco Murray

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Oct 21, 2013
    Rookie Joseph Randle received his first start in place of Murray. I mean, have Dunbar and Murray back and then have [Joseph] Randle.” I mean, have [Lance] Dunbar and Murray back and then have [Joseph] Randle play good.” Randle started in Murray’s place on Sunday and gained 65 yards on 19 carries. But Jones still thinks Murray is the team’s top running back. Another backup running back, Phillip Tanner , was used on some third down plays for pass protection, but Randle did a nice job with that as well. RELATED STORIES – Photos: See the huge defensive plays by Cowboys in win over Eagles – Jerry Jones denies report that Cowboys are looking to trade for a running back – The best 15 Instagram responses to Cowboys-Eagles – Michael Vick’s brother blasts Eagles fans after loss to Cowboys, calls them ‘silly peasants’ – Vote: Who is the hero of the Cowboys’ win? Grade the offense and defense – Brett Favre responds to the question: Does Tony Romo take too many chances? – Recap, stats: Cowboy crush Eagles to take over first place in NFC East
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