The Thursday night’s loss to the Houston Texans was not the best, but some good news is that the Dallas Cowboys did not suffer any serious injuries to their star players in the 24-6 loss to the Houston Texans in this finale preseason Game. That is because both teams’ starting lineups sat out for precautionary reasons with the start of the season just over a week from now.
The Cowboys had little to nothing to feel good about since the Houston Texans dominated the night at AT&T Stadium and took the claim of the Governor’s Cup Trophy for the second time since 2010.
During the third quarter Cowboys veteran backup defensive tackle Sean Lissemore left the game with a head injury, putting his status in check for the season opener against the New York Giants in question.
During a press conference following the game, Cowboys Head coach Jason Garrett said “You want to play better than we played tonight, again a lot of young guys were playing for us and for them you try to evaluate individuals as much as you evaluate the whole group.”
“I thought our run defense has been pretty good during the preseason with some of our veteran players. In some ways it does reflect on the depth of our football team right now.”
Garrett said Lissemore “looks like he got hit on the head. I have to see what his status is when he comes in in the morning.”
Adam Thomasson and KCEW-TV contributed to this report, with permission courtesy of the NFL, and KTVT-TV CBS11.