The Dallas Cowboys are just trying to survive, literally, after losing another integral offensive player.

Talented running back Lance Dunbar left Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints with a knee injury, and the team fears that he tore his ACL and MCL, according to ESPN’s Todd Archer.


Dunbar will undergo a MRI on Monday.

Dunbar was hurt during the second half kickoff, losing the ball after his knee buckled.

The Cowboys are already without quarterback Tony Romo out with a broken clavicle and receiver Dez Bryant, who is sidelined with a broken bone in his foot.

By Glenn Erby

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