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The Dallas Cowboys are the most valued franchise in the NFL today

in Here is your first Forum Tue Jul 09, 2013 3:08 pm
by chainsaw • 299 Posts

The Dallas Cowboys are the most valued franchise in the NFL today. They have all the marketing endorsements and one of the largest fan bases in America. But recently the Cowboys are not playing like America芒鈧劉s Team <a href="http://blog.bit3.ru/chainsaw/2013/07/08/...-injury-lawyer/">bit3</a>. The Dallas Cowboys have not been in the postseason since 2009 and have not played in a Super Bowl since 1996. The current Cowboys roster has the talent to make a Super Bowl run year after year. They continue to have an early or late season collapse similar to the San Diego Chargers, but the Chargers take their nap at the beginning of the regular season. The Dallas Cowboys have a potential elite quarterback in Tony Romo, a superstar wide receiver in Dez Bryant, and a future hall of fame candidate in Demarcus Ware <a href="http://www.sunmoonittradebin.com">ddr ram memory</a>. So the question is why are the Cowboys struggling to make it to the postseason? Some analyst says that they are not surrounded by the right head to make the team competitive year after year. But didn芒鈧劉t they have Bill Parcels, one of the greatest coaches in NFL history. Parcells is also noted for turning around struggling NFL franchises and making them into perennial contenders in a short period of time. I am not going to get into the coaching carousel that the Dallas Cowboys have been through.<p></p>

<p>ESPN analyst keeps saying that Jason Garrett is not the right head coach for the Dallas Cowboys. They had Bill Parcels and they still struggled isn芒鈧劉t he supposed to be an elite head coach that turns losers into winners <a href="http://www.i-kmega-mens-jewelry.com">i-kmega-mens-jewelry</a>. I do not think it is Jason Garrets fault that they are struggling. They are struggling because they are not consistent during the regular season, and their top stars do not step up and make plays when it is clutch time. When the Dallas Cowboys do begin to play up to their potential it is too late to make a run at the postseason because they lose too many key games in the early part of the regular season <a href="http://www.fenny123.com">Louis vuitton handbags</a>. The Cowboys are starting to remind me of the Los Angeles Lakers before Phil Jackson came along. Lots of talent on the roster but struggled in the post season.</p>

<p>The Dallas Cowboys do not have half of those issues that the Lakers had accept the talent on their roster do not play up to their potential. I am really surprised that Jerry Jones has not decimated the Cowboys roster yet due to their recent struggle to make the postseason. It has been said that Jerry Jones can become very impatient when his product the Dallas Cowboys begin to struggle. There must be something that Jones sees with this current Dallas Cowboys roster. But his patience must be wearing thin with this current roster. The Cowboys recently resigned quarterback Tony Romo to one of the largest contracts in NFL history. The recent contract extension of Tony Romo has received much criticism from NFL analyst. They say that Tony Romo does not deserve a contract extension of that magnitude. But what other options do the Cowboys have at the quarterback position that can make an impact on the team? My answer is no one, like Jerry Jones said a few months ago Tony Romo gives them the best chance to make the playoffs and make a run at a Super Bowl title. I seriously believe that Jerry Jones will decimate this current Dallas Cowboys roster if they fail to make the playoffs this year. There is no excuse why this team should not be competing for a Super Bowl title this year and the years to come <a href="http://blog1.de/jettowel/2636924/Today+t...aturopathy.html">blog1</a>.</p>

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