Today, the Dallas Cowboys released news that running back Lance Dunbar is out for the season with a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee. Losing Dunbar hurts the Cowboys big time. Dunbar is the main 3rd down back and pass catching back. Dunbar gets a few carries, but he has reeled in a lot of catches for Dallas this season. The North Texas product so far caught 21 passes for 215 yards. That is a 10.2 yard average per reception. His longest catch was 39 yards. The 4th year veteran ran 5 times for 67 yards on a 13.4 average per carry. He busted out a 45 yard run. Dunbar has no touchdowns in the receiving and rushing departments this year. Dunbar is really productive in the Cowboys’ offense by adding a Darren Sproles similar style and playmaking ability to pickup lots of yardage. The Cowboys got 4 games out of him this year and hope he can make a safe, but speedy recovery to join the team next year in time for training camp. Dunbar Will have a solid role next year and help produce for Jerry Jones’ Cowboys.