With the 2013 season nearing an end, the Dallas Cowboys have to start considering their plan for next year. Although no changes will take place anytime soon, the team must always be thinking about its roster and how to improve.
Dallas currently sits at 7-7, in second place in the NFC East. Even though things aren’t looking too optimistic, victories in the final two games will earn Dallas the division title and playoff berth.
This week, the Cowboys’ focus is on the Washington Redskins. Quarterback Kirk Cousins will be making his second straight start. Typically going against a backup quarterback would be beneficial, however, Dallas has lost two straight to Josh McCown and Matt Flynn.
Whether the Cowboys make the playoffs or not, many changes will occur this offseason. Let’s take a look at some players the team shouldn’t bring back next year.
All statistics via Pro-Football-Reference.com unless indicated otherwise.