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Max Kellerman breaks down why the Dallas Cowboys are the most disappointing team in the NFL this season.
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26 replies
  1. Sam
    Sam says:

    Why does Garret get so much blame when we all know Jerry Jones is the real coach? And the playcaller is not Garret, he's already stated that himself.

  2. Juan Ruiz
    Juan Ruiz says:

    The last couple of days a lot of the local writers have mentioned "off the record" that Jerry Jones has become "infatuated" with the idea of Matthew Stafford coming to Dallas after the quarterback and Jerry had a conversation following the Detroit-Dallas game. Apparently there was mutual interest, with the QB expressing his desire to move his family back to the Dallas area(where they still reside during the offseason) but Jerry's infatuation turned to obsession after receiving a phone call from recently retired Quarterback Andrew Luck in which each party expressed interest in the idea of the former Stanford QB possibly ending his short-lived retirement to come back and play for the Dallas Cowboys. Some local reporters believe that's the reason the team's practice was filled with tension. The universal feeling with everyone who is around this team on a daily basis is that the Cowboys locker room is a broken and split locker room, with some of the players backing Dak and others who don't believe he is the answer. With the most surprising revelation for everyone being that Ezekiel Elliot is actually not on the side preaching to keep Dak. Their relationship has become somewhat strained and has been strictly business dating back to late last season. Ultimately Jason Garrett has to go for any of them to have the slightest chance to succeed as Cowboys.


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