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Expectations For The Dallas Cowboys 2018-2019 Season

The Dallas Cowboys are one of the most loved, and most hated teams in the NFL. In 2016, thanks to the emergence of rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot, the Cowboys jumped to a 13-3 record, and make it to the playoffs. In 2017, they dropped to 9-7, partly due to Zeke having a six game suspension. Many are curious as to how the Cowboys will fair in 2018.

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First off, let’s look at what they’ve done. Impactful players such as Dez Bryant, and Jason Witten, will not be back. But on the flip side, they have also added exiting players in Allen Hurns, Leighton Vander Esch, Connor Williams, Michael Gallup, and Dalton Schultz, among others. While they did lose important pieces, they have also gained talent in numerous places, and filled quite a few holes on both sides of the ball. They have gained depth at Wide Receiver and Linebacker, while replacing Jason Witten with rookie TE Schultz, and Rico Gathers, who is returning from injury. I believe talent wise, they have the ability to win games and compete with any NFL team, on any given day.

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A major factor in a team’s record is their strength of schedule. The Cowboys have the 15thranked SOS ( tied with the Dolphins and 49ers). You can always count on the “Boys” to win 3-4 divisional games, and I think they’ll pull out 4 wins this year. They match-up very well with opponents such as Carolina, Detroit, Tennessee, and Tampa Bay. With a healthy O-line, and Zeke available, I think they can come out of the season with a 10-6 record, missing out on the division, but grabbing one of the two wild cards. Realistic expectations for “Boys fans” should be playoffs expected, super bowl within reach.


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