Dallas Cowboys Season Over, Time To Switch Into Off Season Mode

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I know I won’t. Witten ended up one reception short of  Michael Irvin’s team record of 111. He set the new receptions mark for Tight Ends at 110 receptions. Has he started the season healthy who knows how many he might have caught. Four of the top five receptions seasons in Cowboys History belong to Witten, and six of the top ten.

Dec 23, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (82) runs after a catch in the fourth quarter against the New Orleans Saints at Cowboys Stadium. The Saints beat the Cowboys 34-31 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Now we start thinking about what 2013 brings. We now know the teams we will face, just not on what dates and order. Of course we have our home and away games in the NFC East against the New york Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Washington Redskins. By the way, I’m really pissed that the Redskins did not finish dead last in the Division for the fifth straight year and seventh of the last nine years. Something is wrong to see them out of the cellar.

In 2013 we are also going to face the NFC North. The Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings will come to Dallas. The Cowboys will travel to face the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions. We also will face the AFC West. the Denver Broncos and the Oakland Raiders are going to come to Dallas, and one of those two teams will be our CBS opponent on Thanksgiving Day. Go ahead and get your prediction ready now. I think we face the Raiders. My reason is entirely based upon the fact the Broncos game will be a highly rated game and the Raiders game can draw interest by virtue of the holiday. This of course means we will travel to face the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Diego Chargers.

Rounding out the schedule we will host the St. Louis Rams and will travel to the Big Easy to face the New Orleans Saints.

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  • jwkhutto

    Hmmm. Aikman had Michael Irvin to throw to, Emmitt to hand off to, an offensive
    line that didn’t suck and block like turnstiles, a Daryl Johnston to block for
    Emmitt, a defense that consisted of more than ONE badly banged up All Pro. Romo
    has Ogletree who can’t run routes, a Demarco Murray who can’t stay healthy, a
    Dez Bryant who can’t stay healthy, a defense that can’t stay healthy. Hmm, maybe
    the Cowboys need to fire their strength and conditioning coach, fire Doug Free,
    fire Ogletree, and either fire their GM or at least lock him in a closet for the
    duration of the 2013 NFL draft so he doesn’t eff the draft up again.

  • kurumba

    1. HIRE NORV. Dallas man through & through turned Troy Aikman around. Norv also made ALEX Smith look good for Cruyff’s sake!!! 2. Hire either Romeo Crennel OR Lovie Smith as Defensive Co-Ordinator and be done with DOPEY ROB R. Crennel is a good tough highly experienced defensive coach and Smith always delivers a takeaway defence, something this team lacks badly. WHAT IS THE POINT OF ALL THE INVESTMENT IN CBs CLAIBORNE & CARR IF TAKEAWAYS ARE MINIMAL??? Sure Crennel struggled at The Chiefs but he had NO QB. 3. Get rid of gutless Felix Jones – a real whimp – and draft a power running back. 4. First Rd Pick = Offensive Tackle to bookend with young Smith. 5. Release Free, Ogletree & Spears.