Although they won, the Dallas Cowboys did experience two injuries to players that they need in this last month and possibly the playoffs, DeMarcus Ware and Marion Barber (both had to come out of the game). The Dallas Morning News has an update on both of them.

Ware has a hyperextended knee that will require an MRI, but it appears as if he'll be fully ready to play next week against the Steelers. He was pretty confident in that prospect:

“I'll be ready for this big game in Pittsburgh,” Ware said.

As for Marion Barber, on the other hand, it isn't known if his dislocated pinkie toe on his right foot will need more time. Jerry Jones said this:

“I don't want to speculate,” Jerry said when asked about Barber's availability against the Steelers, “but there's no way I'll rule him out.”

It doesn't seem very optimistic in Dallas that he'll be playing. They might need him in that game, though.

I think all Seinfeld fans are reminded of this when they hear of an injury to the pinkie toe. No one knows better than Barber that it is a very valuable appendage.

The fact that they have ten days off until the big game against Pittsburgh could be huge for both of these guys, mostly Barber. We'll see if they suit up.