After the 49ers loss, a key cornerback for the Cowboys is out for the season.

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The Dallas Cowboys are suffering from a mounting injury list as a result of their lopsided loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

The Cowboys lost multiple important players to injury in Week 5, when they suffered their worst loss of the season, 42-10, against the Niners. C.J. Goodwin, a seasoned cornerback and star player on special teams, is one of those players. Goodwin will miss the entire season because of a torn pectoral muscle, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

On Monday, October 9, Schefter said, “More bad injury news: Cowboys’ special teams ace CJ Goodwin tore his pectoral muscle and is out for the season, per source.”C.J. Goodwin Was Hurt in the 49ers’ first-quarter game.
During the team’s game against the Niners in the first quarter, Goodwin first sustained the injury. The 33-year-old was struck hard during punt return coverage, which is how he got hurt. According to The Dallas Morning News, after exiting the game, he came back for a short while in the first half before being declared out for the rest of it in the third quarter.

“The injury happened to Goodwin in the first quarter.” Bryan Anger’s 53-yard punt was met with a huge hit from him in coverage, however he later departed the game due to a left shoulder ailment following a punt by San Francisco. After his comeback, Goodwin participated in some of the first half’s play. He was in charge.

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