Adios, So Long Dallas Cowboys!

Loyal ’til the end!

Hi everyone! I know I’m three days late on this one. Although the Dallas Cowboys played a stellar game on Sunday, I’m still disappointed. Me and millions of fans hoped they’d advance to Super Bowl 51 in Houston on Feb.5. If you follow the NFL, you already know the Dallas Cowboys were eliminated from post season play on Sunday. The Green Bay Packers defeated the Cowboys 34-31 with a game winning 51-yard field goal. The Packers move on to play the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. The winner of this game plays either the Pittsburgh Steelers or New England Patriots in Super Bowl 51. Even though I was disappointed with the Dallas/Green Bay outcome, I’m extremely proud of the Dallas Cowboys’ season. They improved from a 4-12 season last year to 13-3. Unfortunately, many injuries affected them last season. They gained a couple of great star rookie players like quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliot this season. These guys made some amazing plays and chemistry on the field. Watching these star players amazed me throughout the entire season. This year’s defense and offense give me a lot of hope for next season. I’m sure the Dallas Cowboys will blossom into an even better team than they already were this year. We’ll see if 2017 and/or 2018 is their magic year. Just for the hell of it, I’m going for the Atlanta Falcons to win Super Bowl 51. 😉 Since I lost a bet on the Dallas/Green Bay game, I’m still debating whether or not I should bet again. 😀

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  1. Well the last team with the ball did win. Unfortunately it was not Dallas. They had a terrific season and all of us in Philly remain jealous of the fact you guys are built to win right now with Dak and Zeke. We’re still a ways away. The Cowboys may have even drafted the best QB last season. Prescott looks every bit as good as Wentz – if not better. I am sure you’re already looking forward to next season!

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  2. Cowboys did have a great year and I was rooting for Prescott. He was impressive all year. Atlanta is my team so hopefully we can beat the Packers and make it to the Super Bowl. We have only been there once and lost.

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  3. As Dandy Don Meredith, former Cowboy QB and Monday Night Football announcer used to sing when the game’s outcome was obvious, “Turn out the lights, the party’s over. They say that all good things must end. Turn out the lights the party is over… I am so glad we parted as friends.” They had a great and surprising year with all of the injuries.

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  4. I think there are a lot of problems with the Cowboys and it starts with the ownership. Jerry Jones needs to chill and hire quality football people to coach and run the operations of the team.

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