Rookie Murray's emergence has transformed Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys have pulled off quite a midseason transformation.
No longer are they a team that will only go as far as Tony Romo
throws. No longer are they trying to pull out victories late in the
fourth quarter.
Dallas has turned into a balanced club that can break games open
early, then stay in control, all because of the emergence of a
single player: rookie running back DeMarco Murray.
Since a hamstring injury to starter Felix Jones forced Murray to
take on a bigger role, the third-round pick from Oklahoma has
averaged 150 yards per game and the mere threat of him getting the
ball has defenses jumping. Dallas has gone 3-1 in that span, moving
within a game of first place in the NFC East.

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