Although the Dallas Cowboys won a huge victory against the Detroit Lions Sunday afternoon, it was likely at a high price.
According to ESPN’s Todd Archer the Cowboys believe that Jourdan Lewis, cornerback, sustained a lisfranc injury during an interception in quarter four.
Lewis will have to undergo more tests to confirm his injury, before likely undergoing surgery.
Cowboys fear cornerback Jourdan Lewis suffered a lisfranc foot injury on an interception in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s win vs. Detroit, according to multiple sources. Pending more tests, Lewis will need surgery. DaRon Bland replaced Lewis earlier in season in the nickel role.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) October 23, 2022
After Jared Goff gave Lewis the pass, Lewis tried to walk off of the field but fell to the ground. Before he could get to the sideline, he needed help.
If further tests prove that Lewis is injured, this would be a huge loss for the Cowboys. Lewis has participated in five games this season, and has recorded 23 total tackles (16 solo), 1 sack and 1 interception.
If Lewis is unable to play, DaRon Bland will replace him.