The Dallas Cowboys haven't had all their offensive weapons together since Marion Barber got hurt late against the New York Giants a month ago.
They're all supposed to be on the field Sunday against the
Atlanta Falcons to start a five-game stretch against NFC teams.
Dallas has the No. 2 offense in the NFL at 420 yards per game.
Still, the Cowboys are looking for consistency after getting one
offensive touchdown in a win over Carolina and being shut out over
the final three quarters of a loss at Denver.
Barber (thigh, thumb), receiver Roy Williams (ribs) and backup
running back Felix Jones (knee) are expected to play. Some
combination of the three was out each of the past three games.
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