Cowboys’ Tony Pollard suffers fractured left fibula in divisional loss at 49ers, needs surgery, per report

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While quarterback Dak Prescott is clearly the Dallas Cowboys‘ most valuable player, no player is more valuable to their offense than running back Tony Pollard. His 5.9 yards per scrimmage touch in the regular season led all running backs who had at least 100 touches, and the Cowboys missed his versatility out of the backfield after he was carted off just before the end of the first half of their divisional round matchup against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Dallas entered the locker room trailing, 9-6, after San Francisco kicker Robbie Gould hit a 50-yard field goal as time expired in the second quarter. Their offense struggled without him in the second half as Dallas went on to lose 19-12.

Pollard suffered a lower leg injury that looked very similar to Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes‘ in Saturday’s AFC division round game… Source www.cbssports.com

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