2. Chuma Edoga
While there was plenty to celebrate in the win over the Jets, it wasn't all good news for Dallas.
Offensive guard Chuma Edoga exited the game before halftime with an elbow injury and did not return. Jerry Jones reportedly "doesn't think the injury is significant," but football fans know how quickly injury statuses can change over a week.
The severity of Edoga's injury is still unknown, but I wouldn't be surprised if he's inactive as a precautionary move. After all, this isn't even his first injury of the year. He dealt with a knee injury that saw him carted off during training camp and while he's since recovered, the last thing we need is for his status to worsen.
His play on the field hasn't been that great, either, with a 50.3 overall Pro Football Focus grade across 101 offensive snaps.
It's only Week 3 and the Cowboys need Edoga to be as healthy as possible — both physically and mentally — for the remainder of the campaign.
We don't need all hands on deck to defeat the lowly Cardinals, which is why I'm more than okay with the 26-year-old getting some rest to clear his mind and heal his body before we take on the New England Patriots in Week 4.