The Cowboys are going to go into another week with injury questions.
Miles Austin aggravated a hamstring injury when he ran the ball on the failed third-down that forced the Cowboys to try a field goal to tie the game. He might miss next week’s game.
Running back Felix Jones suffered a separated shoulder early in the game and wore a harness the rest of the way.
Center Phil Costa suffered a knee injury and was replaced by rookie Kevin Kowalski. He missed time in the preseason with a knee injury.
“Just couldn’t run,” Austin said of the third-and-2 play, in which he lost two yards. “Went out there and kind of just slowed me down. Fumbled the ball, too. Shouldn’t have done that.”
Austin, who caught three touchdown passes, said he felt the hamstring been bothering him before that run.
“Hampered by it a little bit,” he said. “But that was the one where you kind of felt it the most.”
The Cowboys are hopeful cornerback Terence Newman will be ready to play next week’s Monday night game against the Washington Redskins.
-- Carlos Mendez