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"To totally count on that would give you visions of 8-8, because the last two years, we've had games that we didn't have Murray, and we didn't run the ball as well," Jones said, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Sunday. "We didn't have as good an offense within it. So if we have somebody that could possibly step up there and give you the respite that you need when you don't have Murray, that's a big deal for us."
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Jones argued that Randle could, indeed, split carries with Murray and called the rookie a potential starter, according to the Star-Telegram.
"We really could envision him coming in and having that many plays a game," Jones said. "One of the advantages, one of the reasons, we wanted him was because he really mirrors a lot of what Murray is, relative to a complete three-down back."