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FRISCO – The Dallas Cowboys’ official position regarding the offensive line is that when second-year man Connor Williams is healthy, he will regain the starting left guard spot from Xavier Su’a-Filo. As we scan Thursday’s Practice/Injury Report for Sunday’s game at New England, the key phrase might be “when healthy.”
“I feel 100-percent,” said Williams on Wednesday as he returned to practice after missing Sunday’s win over Detroit – and having just had arthroscopic knee surgery following the club’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 10. “My goal was getting back this week.”
The Cowboys have the No. 1 offense in football and a record of success when Su’a-Filo plays. The Patriots have the No. 1 defense in the NFL. But Dallas is a 6.5-point underdog against a New England team that rarely loses at home. So for the 6-4 Cowboys, in trying to close the gap, every decision, every move, is of heightened importance.
That includes who starts at left guard. Is Williams healthy? Would another week benefit him? Is he a better player than Su’a-Filo? Is one O-lineman or another better suited to handle New England?
Williams has spent time lining up with the first team, and as you can see by the Practice/Injury Report, he’s “limited” – actually a sign of progress.
Dallas needs the right decision here and needs injury breaks, too. Hopefully they’ll get that in the form of another O-line starter, right tackle La’el Collins (knee), who has not practiced. Dallas hopes to have him Sunday, but if not, Cam Fleming – a former Patriot – would be the right tackle.
Also clearing health hurdles for Dallas are Amari Cooper, DeMarcus Lawrence and Jeff Heath (shoulder). Linbacker Joe Thomas (illness) missed a second straight day.