Ware suffered a quad injury on Sunday Night Football in Week 6 against the Washington Redskins. He is listed as doubtful on the team’s injury report after missing practice Cheap Discount Jerseys this week.
Meanwhile, Ware has never missed a game in his NFL career. He has a streak of 134 consecutive games played entering Sunday’s contest.
Earlier in the week, Jerry Jones told ESPN the Cowboys would take a conservative approach with their star defensive end in Week 7. Still, Ware is known for recovering quickly, and that has been the case this week as well. Whether or not the Cowboys will be willing to let him rush back into action for a mid-season game remains to be seen.
Kyle Wilber is next up on Dallas’ depth chart should Ware miss the game on Sunday.
The Rationale: Last season, Robert Griffin III was cutting a swath through defenses while Jay Cutler was mired in yet another sack and interception-filled slog. In 2013, however, the tables have turned. While RGIII turned in his best game of the season against Dallas last Sunday and has made his fifth consecutive vow to run more, he’s still short-circuiting drives by missing too many easy throws.
Cutler, by contrast, is parlaying half-decent pass protection into the best ball of his Cheap Dodgers Jerseys career. He’s also able to do more than simply spam Brandon Marshall thanks to the emergence of second-year wideout Alshon Jeffery and an unprecedented spate of decent routes and decent hands from Martellus Bennett. With London Fletcher on his last legs, Washington will also have trouble containing a two-way threat like Matt Forte.