Optimism Surrounds Cowboys O-Line; Colombo, Kosier Likely To Return Sunday

CHICAGO - SEPTEMBER 23: Offensive Tackle Marc Colombo #75 of the Dallas Cowboys readies for a play in a three point stance at the line of scrimmage against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on September 23, 2007 in Chicago, Illinois. The Cowboys won 34-10. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Following Alex Barron’s pathetic performance on Sunday night, fans and many players on the Cowboys were left to wonder what would happen with their depleted offensive line. Both Kyle Kosier and Marc Colombo were out due to injury and their lack of presence was what did the Cowboys in yesterday.

With the heartbreak and anger over the loss starting to leave everyone’s heart and mind, there is now some hint of optimism behind the doors. It is being said that both Colombo and Kosier will likely be ready to go next week when Dallas plays their home opener against the Chicago Bears.

Any news that could result in Alex Barron not seeing the field should be welcomed by the fans in Dallas.

Topics: Alex Barron, Cowboys, Injury, Kyle Kosier, Marc Colombo, NFL, Offensive Line

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