The Dallas Cowboys have been arguably one of the most talented teams in the NFL…on paper that is. It’s too bad the ‘Boys are unable to utilize this talent on the gridiron.
For the past three seasons, the Cowboys have been a huge disappointment and have subtly become the “laughing stock” of the NFL. Opposing teams no longer take the Cowboys seriously.
Teams maximize every opportunity to embarrass this overrated team, whether it’s inside of a billion dollar stadium or not. Even former Cowboy players have lost faith in this club.
The current Cowboys team should never utter the words “America’s Team” again until the Cowboys win a Super Bowl.
The success of the Cowboys franchise has spoiled current Cowboys’ players.
These players are constantly told how good they are by the media, they're given unrealistic expectations before every season (Jerry Jones partly the blame for this) and honestly believe that all it takes to win ballgames in the NFL is showing up on game day.
Hopefully, this is no longer the case.
After a humbling 2010 season, and a much needed coaching change, the Cowboys have the opportunity to put it all together in 2011. Here’s why.