Despite finishing first in the NFC guided by two rookies in 2016, it feels like centuries ago for the Dallas Cowboys and their fans. A 9-7 season would not be deemed a failure by many franchises across the NFL, but that is not the case for the 2017 Cowboys’ squad that had much higher aspirations. The rival Philadelphia Eagles hoisting their first Lombardi Trophy definitely played a huge role in the Cowboys’ disappointing season.
The best way to get over something is to stop asking questions and start finding answers. Dallas did work in the offseason that they believe will lead to immediate dividends. The offensive line was bolstered, the wide receiver room was re-tooled, the defense added a prize linebacker, so the chips are on the table for Dak Prescott to make it known his rookie debut in 2016 was no fluke.


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