It’s possible that the Cowboys’ offense will be at its best when they face the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy gave an encouraging update on All-Pro left tackle TyronSmith. Smith will be practicing in a limited capacity today, he announced.
Smith was injured in his ankle and has been absent from the Cowboys lineup the last two weeks. Terence Steele has taken over as left tackle in Smith’s absence.
The Cowboys offense has not faltered despite Smith being absent for two of their previous games. They scored 43 points last Sunday in a win over the Falcons.
Smith is a valuable addition to the Cowboys’ roster. Smith is a trusted veteran who can protect Dak Prescott while also helping Ezekiel Elliott run the game.
#Cowboys HC Mike McCarthy says LT Tyron Smith will be limited in practice today.
— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) November 17, 2021
Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner, commented earlier this week on Smith’s status in Week 11. It is safe to assume that Smith will be back in the starting lineup.
Jones stated that “I think we’ll include Tyron to our list of guys who can step up and play,” via the Cowboys official website.