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Tony Pollard says he really started to feel like himself at the point of the Carolina Panthers game

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Tony Pollard noted the Carolina game was when he fully started to feel like himself.

The Dallas Cowboys have a number of difficult decisions to make this offseason in terms of the contractual side of the game, and one of them centers around free agent running back Tony Pollard. If you ask most fans they are leaning in one direction, but it is worth noting that throughout the 2022 season that Pollard was one of the more dynamic and dangerous running backs across the entire NFL. The thought was that in 2023, with Pollard having the lion’s share of the carries for the first time in his career, that we would see more of that. Unfortunately we did not.

A big reason, at least a perceived one, for Pollard’s dip in numbers seemed to be that he was coming off of the fractured fibula suffered in the final game of the 2022 season. Many Cowboys fans wondered whether Pollard ever truly returned to full health this past season.

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