Michael Irvin: Cowboys have no chance against Patriots Sunday

by Mark Fishman

The past couple of weeks have been rough for the Dallas Cowboys, and it is likely only going to get worse. After two straight losses, the Cowboys will face the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots this upcoming Sunday. And their Hall of Fame Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin doesn't appear to have much confidence in his former team:

Although the Cowboys will receive reinforcements on Sunday with season debuts of both defensive end Greg Hardy and linebacker Rolando McClain, who were suspended for the first four games of the season, this Cowboys' team has been ravaged by injuries.

The Cowboys are currently playing without star quarterback Tony Romo, receiver Dez Bryant, and 2nd round draft pick Randy Gregory, who are all out due to injury.

The Cowboys also announced Monday that running back Lance Dunbar will be out for the season with a torn ACL. The Cowboys Week 6 bye couldn't come sooner for this banged up squad.

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