June 15, 2024

Kearse, Bland Deliver Presents to Dallas OffenseThe Dallas Cowboys’ season finished just sixteen days ago, and we are already in the midst of one of the longest offseasons in memory.

Given that Dallas finished 12-5 in 2023 and captured the NFC East for the second time in three years, it may appear odd to outsiders that this is the case. And in between all of that bread is yet another 12-5 season—that’s three in a row—a Wild Card berth, and a victory over Tom Brady’s squad in that specific round.

All of those things sound good, unless you realize that Tom Brady’s club was a below-.500 Tampa Bay Buccaneers side that was far from winning the Super Bowl, and that Dallas’s only playoff victory in a four-year span under head coach Mike McCarthy came from this game. Mike was only able to make it to the Divisional Round once, despite being brought in to help the squad get over the hump.

Fans of the Dallas Cowboys can relax knowing that someone in the front office understands.

Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones took a break from Senior Bowl preparation to talk about what his team is up against, specifically the frustrations of fans who will watch their 28th consecutive Super Bowl without the Pokes’ participation, amid assurances of being “all in” from his father and team owner Jerry.

However, they had a couple of troubling losses during the regular season — they were blown out by the eventual NFC champion San Francisco 49ers in Week 5, and they also dropped games to the Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins, and Buffalo Bills.

Even more troubling was a Week 3 loss to the hapless Arizona Cardinals, who were without quarterback Kyler Murray at the time.

While some predicted a loss for the Cowboys in the Wild Card round of the playoffs after they secured the No. 2 seed in the NFC, things turned out worse than most expected, as they fell behind 27-0 to Jordan Love and crew and never recovered.

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