Turbin carried the ball five times for 23 yards and failed to catch his only target in Sunday's loss to the Bills. Darren McFadden has been producing as the starting RB for the Cowboys over the last few weeks, leaving few touches available for Turbin. A free agent in the offseason, the former Seahawk may not have done enough to warrant a return to Dallas in 2016.
Turbin carried the ball seven times for 51 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Packers. He split the backfield workload almost evenly with Darren McFadden, and Turbin continues to see the majority of short-yardage work. He'll have a tough matchup Saturday against the Jets, however, making him a very risky play even in formats that emphasize TDs.
Turbin ran the ball six times for 12 yards Monday, and caught his only two targets for an additional 12 yards. The bulk of his touches came when Darren McFadden was briefly out of the game being checked for a possible concussion, but Turbin didn't do much with his opportunities. He'll remain in a backup role unless something happens to McFadden.
Turbin gained 35 yards on seven carries and caught one of two targets for three yards in Sunday's win over the Dolphins. The 25-year-old looked sprightly in his Dallas debut, gashing Miami for five yards per carry in support of Darren McFadden. Turbin appears to have already earned the top backup nod, as no other back received a carry on the day, and he should still see a few touches per week as the Cowboys try to remain balanced on offense. Next on the schedule is a Thanksgiving Day matchup with the Panthers.
Turbin will likely be the next man in line for carries Sunday if Darren McFadden (groin) is limited, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports. Turbin was signed this week after being waived by the Browns and was already expected to be active for Sunday's contest, but with McFadden's status in question due to a groin issue, he appears to have quickly ascended the pecking order for carries in Dallas' backfield. McFadden is expected to play; however, the forecast is calling for a rainy day in Miami on Sunday, and that slick track could be a cause for concern for McFadden.
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