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“He was frustrated with the situation,” Jones said afterward. “I don’t think it was to me or anyone in particular.”
“I’ll say again: He wasn’t showing me up individually,” Jones said. “So, part of the game. Like I said, he’s emotional, wants to win. We all do. I respect that.”
“I was able to go out there and play a full game. My body and my knee responded well. Kind of knocked that rust off and was able to find one type of run to get open a little bit,” Barkley said. “It was an explosive run, I guess. But got to continue to trust it, trust the knee, trust the system. Hopefully, I’m going to continue to get better.”
Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett conservatively called for Barkley to run the ball twice ahead of the Giants’ go-ahead field goal with 2:00 remaining, but he gained only 3 yards.
“I personally take that one on my shoulders right there,” Barkley said. “I know what type of player I am, and two runs to only get  yards. Got to find a way to get in the end zone there. … It’s important to get the running game going. As the leader and the running back, that’s on me. I’m gonna take that one, right there.”
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