No matter how well the Dallas Cowboys perform, they will never be immune to the true nature of the game of football. Violence is at the foundation of every mano y mano confrontation that happens on every snap, and as such, injuries are bound to occur. The Cowboys suffered a few of their own in Sunday's 31-21 victory over the Washington Redskins. Nose tackle Antwaun Woods and wideout Michael Gallup both suffered knee injuries, and the team will have them undergo testing on Monday to check the severity. Todd Archer of ESPN was first to report of the findings on Woods' injury, after the starting nose tackle left the game in the first half after being down on the ground, writhing in a bit of pain.
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