The Dallas Cowboys aren't planning on playing it safe this season.
The Cowboys remain the only team in the NFL that's clinched a playoff berth so far, and heir situation allows for some option in regards to their starters.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the team will be cautious with injured players, but he isn't considering resting any of their star players yet.
"I see us more business as usual," Jones said on Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan, according to Patrik Walker of 247Sports.com. "What it does allow you to do is when you've got guys on the fence with injury to not push them.
"You don't want to take the edge off."
The Cowboys have won 11 straight games this season, and at 11-1 they can lock up the NFC East title with a win overon Sunday night, as well as all but lock up the NFC's No.1 seed.
It remains to be seen whether the team will temper the workloads of star players like Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant. It also remains to be seen whether the team will start allowing quarterback Tony Romo to enter blowout victories in Dak Prescott's stead.
Source: 105.3 The Fan · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press