The countdown to the 2020 NFL regular season has reached single digits. Teams are having their scrimmages against each other and finalizing some of their roster cuts. It has been an unprecedented off-season, to say the least, but, through all the protocols, changes, and challenges, we have made it. The Dallas Cowboys are set to have an entirely new look.
Last year’s 8-8 record didn’t sit well with owner Jerry Jones and the move was finally made to remove Jason Garrett as head coach after a decade of holding out hope.
The farthest the Cowboys ever got with Garrett was the divisional championship round. The team has not seen an NFC Championship game since 1995 and that was also the last time the team hoisted the Lombardi trophy with a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl 30.
It has been 25 long years for Cowboys fans across the globe to feel that special feeling of knowing your team is the best in the world. Does the drought end in 2020?
Let’s take a look at five last-minute bold predictions as the team prepares for its week one contest when they visit the Los Angeles Rams.