The Dallas Cowboys are trouncing defenses with their physical offensive play and ability to wear defenses down with the run game in Ezekiel Elliott and the passing game in Dak Prescott. Their defense continues to be a bit lackluster as their injuries continue to plague them. Their hopes of quelling the defensive injury slide were halted this week by cornerback, Mo Claiborne. Claiborne, a fourth-year defensive back out of LSU, was originally reported to have a groin injury, but he tweeted earlier this week that he had torn a bone off his pelvis.
Dr. Jeffrey Bechler, Official Team Orthopaedic Doctor at Princeton University and sports medicine specialist at University Orthopaedic Associates provides medical insight into the injury and Claiborne’s prognosis and timetable to return to play.
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