The Cowboys will be looking to even their record when they face the Browns.
The Dallas Cowboys are looking to get their fifth win of the year this weekend, and if they do, they will be back at .500 on the season. With the Cleveland Browns coming to town, that fifth win seems likely to happen; Cleveland is 2-7 on the year and 0-4 on the road. If the Cowboys do get the win, it will be the first time all year that they will have won consecutive games.
Quarterback Tony Romo has the most interceptions in the league, at 13, but he has turned around his game and has not thrown an interception in the past two games. During that two-game stretch, Romo has completed 72.1 percent of his passes for 530 yards with three touchdowns.
Starting running back DeMarco Murray is still recovering from an ankle injury that has cost him the last four game. Murray is still rehabbing and still is not able to fully participate in practice, and his status is still very much up in the air on Sunday. It will be Felix Jones starting in the backfield if Murray is going to miss another game.
Game Date/Time: Sunday, Nov. 18; 12 p.m. CT
Location: Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas
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Radio: 105.3 FM The Fan