The Dallas Cowboys' offense kept rolling in Week 11, helping the team earn a relatively easy 33-10 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Star wide receiver kept up his recent tear by notching another touchdown grab, but he was nowhere close to as productive as he has been, which prompted some questions about his health.
On Monday, the team received some concerning news on the wideout.
Dallas listed Lamb as limited with an ankle injury to begin Week 12 prep. The session was only a walkthrough, though, so the WR didn't actually give it a go at practice on Monday.
This update certainly prompts some significant worries. It's clear this ailment is bothering Lamb a bit to downgrade him from his usual full participation. There's also a chance his injury feels worse once he's actually going full speed at practice and demanding his body be at its best.
Complicating matters further is the fact the Cowboys are playing in their annual Thursday Thanksgiving game next, making this an incredibly short turnaround for Lamb and anyone else not feeling 100% after Week 11. Considering there's only two more days before the game is, it wouldn't be a surprise if Lamb's not ready to go.
With the struggling Washington Commanders on tap, Dallas does have some leeway to sideline Lamb if the medical or coaching staff isn't fully comfortable playing him. The Cowboys also play on Thursday in Week 13 against the currently playoff-bound Seattle Seahawks, which is a matchup the team would absolutely want Lamb at his best for.
Hopefully Monday's practice estimation is just Dallas erring on the side of caution and Lamb is before kickoff.