How could this happen? Just two years ago, the Dallas Cowboys were the hottest team in the NFL. With a pair of rookies leading the offense, they tore through the regular season and looked to be on their way to the Super Bowl until Cowboys nemesis Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers derailed things in the playoffs. But the future was so bright. Dak Prescott won Offensive Rookie of the Year, Ezekiel Elliott would have been the choice if Prescott had not won it, and a new award was invented to honor their offensive line for its dominance. The coaches that had worked this near-miracle after Tony Romo was lost in preseaon, Jason Garrett and Scott Linehan, were coming back for more, Garrett with a shiny Coach of the Year award.
But after disappointing 2017 season, the Cowboys find themselves on the brink of a full collapse this year. Nothing seems to be working.


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