Felix Jones Making the Most of His Touches in Dallas

October 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On a day that saw Dallas lose consecutive home games for the first time since 2006, Felix Jones was one of the few bright spots for the Cowboys (1-3) Sunday afternoon.
Although he only carried the ball 15 times, Jones carved up the Titans defense to the tune of 109 yards on the ground, giving him 7.3 Y/A for the game, his highest regular season average with at least 10 carries.
An above-average receiver out of the backfield as well, Jones connected with Tony Romo on four different occasions against the Titans, as his four grabs were the most by a Dallas back since he and Marion Barber did it in Week 16 of last season.
Even though he failed to reach the end zone Sunday, the former first-round pick remains a threat to score every time he touches the ball, one of the major reasons that the Cowboys need him to be more involved in the offense.
Forever in the shadow of fellow 2008 first-round picks Chris Johnson ...

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