The Dallas Cowboys may have won a game on Sunday, but they have seemingly suffered a brutal blow on defense.
The Cowboys are looking at missing cornerback Jourdan Lewis for the rest of the season because of a foot injury he suffered in the fourth quarter of the team’s 24-6 win Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
Lewis is going to have more tests to confirm the injury before likely having surgery.
In the game, Lewis picked off Goff, but as he tried to walk of the field, he would collapse.
The Cowboys turned the interception into an Ezekiel Elliott touchdown.
After improving their record to 5-2, the Cowboys will take on the Chicago bears next week.
Lewis, a third-round pick in 2017, is signed through 2023. He has eight career interceptions and 8.5 sacks.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.