The final injury report for the Dallas Cowboys is out and like last week, Dak Prescott isn’t on it. He’s not listed as questionable so he will be a go and start on Sunday versus Washington. He still wasn’t able to practice much this week so we’ll have to see if that affects him. Last week he had a poor game versus the Eagles.
Tyron Smith is questionable as he is dealing with a back injury that has plagued him off and on. Cornerback Byron Jones is also questionable as is defensive tackle Antwaun Woods. Those are three pretty important starters for Dallas that could either sit out or be limited in their abilities if they do play. Jones’ injury just happened this week.
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones on @1053thefan said CB Byron Jones "came down funny" during Wednesday's practice and suffered a "traditional ankle sprain that ballooned up on him. It's going to be a question mark whether he can play or not. It'll be a game-time decision."— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) December 27, 2019
Linebacker Joe Thomas is out so Malcolm Smith is likely to see a lot of time on the field and new addition Ray-Ray Armstrong might be active.
Final injury report is out.— David Helman (@HelmanDC) December 27, 2019
Dak Prescott will play Sunday, but it’s fair to wonder if Tyron Smith & Byron Jones will be available for the season finale. pic.twitter.com/uruRSphr0N
Washington will be without some key players for the contest. Landon Collins and Terry McLaurin will miss the game, along with Dwayne Haskins who was ruled out earlier this week,