All signs point to DeMarco Murray's playing for Dallas against Indianapolis despite the NFL rushing leader's broken left hand.

Murray was listed as questionable Friday, a few hours after Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said on his radio show that the team "should be able to count on" his playing.

The fourth-year back went through individual drills Wednesday before expanding his role in workouts Thursday and Friday. He said he would ultimately decide whether to play on Sunday.

"People deal with injuries all the time, so you've got to be able to fight through the pain," Murray said Thursday. "These are some important games that we've got coming up, and I know how important they are."

The NFC East-leading Cowboys (10-4) can wrap up a playoff berth if they beat the Colts (10-4) and the Eagles lose to Washington. But Dallas could miss the postseason with a loss in one of two remaining games if the Eagles beat the Redskins and the New York Giants.

Terrible Titans

The Tennessee Titans have finally slumped to a new low: They're the first NFL team with 13 losses this season.

But wait, there's more.

Their ninth straight loss assured their worst season in Tennessee and worst since going 2-14 in 1994. Their 21-13 loss in Jacksonville on Thursday night also moved the Titans into the top overall draft selection with one game remaining. The last time this franchise picked first overall was 1978, when it traded with Tampa Bay to select Earl Campbell.     - Associated Press