Suddenly, no one is talking about Cowboys running back Felix Jones' injured hamstring this week.
That's what happens when quarterback Tony Romo injures his throwing hand.
Jones didn't practice last week but was able to play Saturday against Philadelphia. He had felt tightness in his hamstring on his final carry the week before at Tampa Bay, and the Cowboys were cautious with Jones all week considering the lack of depth behind him.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said he wasn't surprised that Felix Jones was able to play against the Eagles after not practicing.
"Felix has been around here for a few years now. We understand what he's all about," Garrett said. "He did a great job managing that [hamstring] last week."