Ranking the 5 People Who Deserve Most Blame for Cowboys' Trainwreck of a Season

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Ranking the 5 People Who Deserve Most Blame for Cowboys' Trainwreck of a Season
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Sometimes, all it takes is one game to turn the makings of a great season into a trainwreck—just ask the Dallas Cowboys

With a win on Thanksgiving Day over the Washington Redskins, Dallas would've been 6-5 with a 3-1 record in the NFC East and only a half-game behind the New York Giants for first place.

Instead, Dallas is 5-6 with a 2-2 NFC East record and could potentially find itself two games behind the Giants in the NFC East, with its playoff aspirations flying away thanks in part to some bad losses and a tough road to close the season out that includes visits to Cincinnati and Washington as well as hosting the Steelers and red-hot Saints.

Somehow a bad season can still get worse for Dallas, and while this is obviously a product of the organization as a whole, there are five people who could be considered the most responsible for Dallas' 2012 looking a lot like 2011.

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