Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones insists his team needs more than just DeMarco Murray in the backfield if Dallas is to escape a haze of mediocrity. "To totally count on that would give you visions of 8-8, because the last two years, we've had games that we didn't have Murray, and we didn't run the ball as well," Jones told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "We didn't have as good an offense within it. So if we have somebody that could possibly step up there and give you the respite that you need when you don't have Murray, that's a big deal for us."
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