Dunbar had the best performance of his brief career Thursday against Oakland. The second-year running back from North Texas rushed 12 times for 82 yards in the 31-24 Thanksgiving victory. He also caught one pass for 12 yards out of the backfield.
On the downside, Dunbar left the game with a sprained knee late in the second half. He spelled DeMarco Murray effectively and outgained the starter on the ground, though Murray did score three touchdowns for the game. Monitor Dunbar’s status, though, particularly if he is deemed healthy and eventually cuts into Murray’s touches.
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