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Anatomy Lesson of the Day

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Because we believe in an informed public here at Cowboys Blog -- and because we don't want you to sound like meatheads -- we're going to have a brief anatomy lesson. The team's site and the DMN are both using the phrase, "Billy Cundiff suffered a hip flexor..." Perhaps this is how Parcells said it at his press conference, I don't know. But know this: the hip flexors are a pair of muscles on the inside of each of our hips. You can tear one of the hip flexors. You can strain one or both of the hip flexors. But you don't suffer one.

You don't suffer a knee. You don't suffer a chest. And you don't suffer a hip flexor.

Bring on the Seahawks.