The Dallas Cowboys had several players return from injury in Week 13. Running back DeMarco Murray had missed the Cowboys' previous six games because of a sprained foot, but was back in action on Sunday. Wideout Miles Austin appeared healthy after playing only one quarter during Week 12 due to a strained right hip. The offensive line got a boost with the return of center Ryan Cook. This allowed Mackenzy Bernadeau, who had been filling in at center, to shift back to guard.
The Eagles offense continues to be hampered by injury. Quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy were both sidelined with concussions. Nick Foles and Bryce Brown have served as their replacements and are likely to remain in that role in Week 14.
On Monday night, the New York Giants lost right tackle Sean Locklear, who was carted off in the fourth quarter with a potentially serious right leg injury. Safety Tyler Sash also left early with a hamstring injury. The Giants were without wide receiver Domenik Hixon, who missed his third-consecutive game with an ankle injury.
The Washington Redskins suffered no injuries on Monday night, and also did not have any players inactive due to injury. Linebacker London Fletcher and offensive tackle Trent Williams were questionable, but both played on Monday night.