(NEW YORK) — Before Dallas (5-5) takes on the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium next Sunday, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray, who has rushed for 548 yards and four touchdowns this season, spoke with ABC Sports Radio on Wednesday about the current state of the team.
“We’re taking it one game at a time,” Murray said of the Cowboys, who are 1-4 on the road this season. “We’re trying to get better; we still have six games left. We know the New York Giants are a good team and we’re looking forward to competing with them.”
When asked about the Cowboys defense that ranks 32nd in passing and 28th in rush defense, Murray said, “I can’t speak on that, I’m an offensive player. I can’t speak on the defensive side of things.”
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has faced double coverage throughout most of the season and the team will get back Miles Austin against New York.
“Having Miles [Austin] back will definitely single some guys up hopefully and just add another good element to our offense,” Murray said.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire