Tony Romo: Felix Jones will only add to offense

IRVING -- The Cowboys are expecting the return of Felix Jones Sunday afternoon at Washington.

Quarterback Tony Romo said it shouldn't be a problem trying to incorporate Jones with DeMarco Murray at running back.

It hasn't been clearly defined how many carries Murray and Jones will get on Sunday but both should play, barring any physical setbacks from Jones, who missed the last four games with a left high ankle sprain.

"There won't be anything that’s going to be a downside in any way," Romo said. "Felix is only going to add to this offense. Felix is explosive and we’ll be able to use him in a lot of good ways. It's going to be good."

In the first meeting between the Cowboys and Redskins, Jones rushed 14 times for 115 yards, which included a 40 yard run. Jones also caught three passes for 40 yards in the victory. The Cowboys failed to score a touchdown in their home opener on Sept. 26, but won the game.

The Redskins have allowed the third-fewest touchdowns in the league this season at 16 through nine games.

"They’re able to attack the quarterback with some pressures, some overload stuff, play a lot of two-man," Romo said. "The last time against us they had a lot of all out pressures. But when they put everyone up there they’re also in position to get out. So, I’m expecting that we’ll see a little bit of that this week."