Domino effect: How injuries to key starters will give 5 Cowboys a bigger role against the Dolphins

Dallas Morning News
Domino effect: How injuries to key starters will give 5 Cowboys a bigger role against the Dolphins
Domino effect: How injuries to key starters will give 5 Cowboys a bigger role against the Dolphins

With Michael Gallup (knee) and Tavon Austin (concussion) sidelined for Sunday's home game against the Dolphins, the Cowboys have only four wide receivers available. That means much bigger roles for backup receivers Devin Smith and Cedrick Wilson who move up to third and fourth on the depth chart behind Amari Cooper and Randall Cobb, in addition to Wilson sharing punt return duties with Cobb in Austin's absence. But Smith & Wilson aren't the only Cowboys who can see increased roles in the passing attack this weekend. Tight end Blake Jarwin could get much more playing time on Sunday in multi-tight end sets, and rookie Tony Pollard could see an increased role in the passing game. Jarwin played

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