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Dallas Cowboys 2018 - 2019 

There are several benchmarks to bring up for the Dallas Cowboys as we’re approaching the 2018-2019 season: It will be the 59th consecutive season playing in the National Football League; They will open their 10th consecutive season at the AT&T stadium; Jerry Jones will mark his 30th straight season as the franchise legendary owner; Coach Jason Garrett will open his 8th straight season as the team head coach. AT&T stadium was the first ever stadium to host the NFL draft event. It took place back on April 28-26 2018 and was great success. Two major players won’t be on the roster this coming season: Dez Bryant the wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys went free agent after being released from the team on April 13 2018. It will be the first time since 2009 that the Dallas Cowboys will start the season without him after 9 straight seasons of him being a key role player with the organization. Same goes with Jason Witten, the former tight end for the Dallas Cowboys who announced on retirement on May 3 2018 after 15 years with the organization as a lock on the roster and a durable player who has always been on the field. Season 2017-2018 was a disappointment and didn’t deliver the results that the preseason expectations were set to and the question if 2018-2019 seasons will be more successful remains open in light, among other things, of the release of Dez Bryant who had been the leader for touchdown receptions for the ball club in recent years. That change can draw the difference between a winning and losing season. For the first time since the 2012 season the Dallas Cowboys will start their season on the road and the month of November 2018 looks very hard streak in terms of the teams the Dallas Cowboys will face, mainly away from home. After yet another turbulent and uneasy offseason for the Dallas Cowboys, America’s favorite team, some uncertainty has been faded with the team’s first pick in the 2018 NFL draft where they chose OL Connor Williams at number 50 overall and LB Leighton Vander Esch. Many positions on the field, Linebacker, Wide Receiver, Pass Rusher, Defensive Guard, Offensive Guard and Free Safety had open question marks hung above them before the draft as they were all sure requirements. However, after the draft and the picks that the Dallas Cowboys made, the puzzle has been started to complete while positions were filled. Few noticeable picks are WR Michael Gallup, DE Dorance Armstrong, TE Dalton Schultz and QB Mike White. When coming to analyze the upcoming schedule of the Dallas Cowboys we see a milestone game at week 13 when the Dallas Cowboys will face the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night game. The game will take place at the Superdome and its outcome can have a significant impact on the Dallas Cowboys’ playoff clinch. This prediction is based on the assumption that the Dallas Cowboys will do well over the course of the first two months of the regular season. Cowboys’ QB Dak Prescott will be intensively contested in this match given the New Orleans Saints’ young talented defensive line and their strong offense, a fact that makes them a legit contender. Six players will be back this season on the secondary of the Dallas Cowboys. Those defensive backs are Kavon Frazier, Xavier Woods, Anthony Brown, Jourdan Lewis, Byron Jones and Chidobe Awuzie. Jones has been in the league for three years now while the others have experienced two. Few factors made the 2017 season a disappointing one after the early expectations predicted the Dallas Cowboys to be the NFC favorites: The suspension of RB Ezekiel Elliot over alleged domestic violence toward his former girlfriend. He was suspended for 6 games by the league; then came the injuries of OT Tyron Smith and linebacker Sean Lee. They were both sidelined at difference critical points during the regular season; on top of those there were the poor performing offensive line and unstable and downplay at the quarterback position. Having said that and in spite of the weak link on the coaching end of things, the Dallas Cowboys are still a highly rated contender for the 2018-2019 season. They can always rebound to a successful winning season. Watch Dallas Cowboys live  on istreamsport.com.

Dallas Cowboys 2017 - 2018 

It`s one of those seasons for Cowboys again. With Tony Romo`s unclear injury status and still relying on rookies , it is hard to predict Cowboys new season performance. After they lost JJ Wilcox, Branson Carr, Morris Claiborne and Barry Church their defensive line up looks shakier comparing to the last season but stil they have a top notch offensive line. With all the given circumstances Dallas Cowboys is still look like a playoff team but it is unlikely for them to reach their last season numbers.

 

 

With the NFL Season 2015-16 just a few days away, the Dallas Cowboys’ Training Camp is well underway and the team has been working hard during their practice and preseason games. After losing to the Green Bay Packers in last year’s Divisional Round, Coach Jason Garrett is gearing his team up to take the top prize in this year’s NFL Season. The Dallas Cowboys’ roster has been beefed up with the addition of rookies Byron Jones and Randy Gregory along with other defensive and offensive players during the 2015 NFL draft pick earlier this year. Byron Jones has been looking great throughout the Training Camp and the practice games while Randy Gregory had a rough start. The Dallas Cowboys’ coaches are confident that Gregory will find his rhythm with the team and hopefully he can contribute to the team’s overall performance once the NFL Season starts. Another Dallas Cowboys draft pick, La’el Collins was considered as the draft’s top-tier talent but had been passed on by the other NFL teams due to his alleged involvement to the murder of his ex-girlfriend. The Dallas Cowboys took a chance and signed him up as an undrafted rookie and he has been proving to all the other NFL teams that they made a huge mistake by not drafting him immediately. Among the team’s key players are quarterback Tony Romo, wide receiver Dez Bryant and tight end Jason Witten. All three players proved last season that the Dallas Cowboys have the potential to take their team to the Divisional Round and could possibly win the Super Bowl this year. The Dallas Cowboys finished last season with a 12-4 record to break their 3 year 8-8 record. Cole Beasley and Tyron Smith have also been showing steady performances throughout the Training Camp and the practice games. They should be ready and rearing to start the season with a bang. The loss of DeMarco Murray to Philadelphia doesn’t seem to have fazed the coaching staff and management of the Dallas Cowboys. Dez Bryant has been hard at work and stepping up his game to give more great plays this season. Bryant is considered as one of the best wide receivers in the NFL today. Expect to see more throws coming his way now that Murray is no longer with the team. Hopefully he will translate those throws into touchdowns for the Cowboys. The team’s overall roster, Training Camp and preseason game results and performances look very promising. Coach Garrett and the management of The Dallas Cowboys feel optimistic that their team will triumph in this year’s Super Bowl. They have great players that are talented and hungry for the win and a great coaching staff that’s also hard at work ensuring that every player fulfills his potential. But they have to work hard and continue to make great plays because the other teams are nipping at their heels and ready to take over. The only problem they might have is the numerous injuries in their lineup. Whether they are able to play well without these injured players will be something all Dallas Cowboys fans are looking forward to.
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