Dan Orlovsky Identifies The Cowboys’ NFC Ranking……

Dan Orlovsky Identifies The Cowboys’ NFC Ranking.

 

The Dallas Cowboys finished second in the last season, just behind the San Francisco 49ers, with Dak Prescott and company dominating the opposition for the most of the team’s 17 regular-season games.

Dallas’s efforts during the regular season earned them the NFC’s second seed, and if they could maintain their strong play on both sides of the ball, they had a good chance of making it to the postseason.

Here you are.

The Dallas Cowboys finished second in the NFC last season, just behind the San Francisco 49ers, with Dak Prescott and company dominating the opposition for the most of the team’s 17 regular-season games.

 

Dallas’s efforts during the regular season earned them the NFC’s second seed, and if they could maintain their strong play on both sides of the ball, they had a good chance of making it to the postseason.

Sadly, America’s Team lost badly at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home field of the Dallas Cowboys, as the team misjudged the Green Bay Packers in the NFL playoffs’ opening round.

It was widely believed that the Cowboys may take bold action in the offseason to address areas that needed to be strengthened after the team lost in the playoffs once more.

Nevertheless, Dallas hasn’t made any progress at all as NFL free agency gets underway; instead of acquiring or improving on either side of the ball, the team has lost players.

As NFL free agency gets underway, Dallas hasn’t made any progress at all; instead of adding or improving on either side of the ball, the team has lost players.

According to Dan Orlovsky of ESPN, the Cowboys are the sixth-best team in the NFC now since the team has failed to act during free agency.

That’s a pretty bold statement to make, considering that the Cowboys were a pretty stacked team regardless of moves made or not made in NFL free agency.

One move that the Cowboys didn’t make this offseason that was expected was upgrading the running back position, as the team let Tony Pollard sign with the Tennessee Titans and has yet to replace him, even though the running back market has dried up at this point.

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