Aug 17, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett on the sidelines during the second half against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals defeated the Cowboys 12-7. Mandatory Credit: Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

What Is Your Biggest Area of Concern Going Into The Cowboys 2013 Season?


The Dallas Cowboys will start their regular season in less than three weeks. After an up-and-down offseason, training camp and three preseason games, every Cowboy fan should have a pretty good idea of what the 2013 version of America’s Team is all about. That being said, what is your biggest area of concern going into this new season? Is it the ailing offensive line? Play-calling? Is it the depth on the defensive line? Is it the inexperience at both safety positions? How about the special teams play? Is it still quarterback Tony Romo? Or maybe even head coach Jason Garrett? Tell us what you think it is below.

Why do we do polls? Here at The Landry Hat, we care about what our readers think. Our entire site is dedicated to you, the die-hard Dallas Cowboy fans. And there is no better way to gauge your opinions then through our poll questions and your added comments. We often use interactive articles like this to help us develop future stories, make better informed opinions, and as talking points during The Landry Hat Podcast.

So please submit your choice below, leave your thoughts in the comments section, and come back to our site to check-in and see what the bulk of Cowboy fans feel is ultimately the right answer.

What Is Your Biggest Area of Concern Going Into The Cowboys 2013 Season?

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  • John Pollard

    I believe the Head Coach’s main responsibility is to make sure team has both mental and physical toughness. I have not seen this during Garrett’s tenure.

    • John

      We saw exactly that the last time the Cowboys played the Bengals – on the road in December, season on the line, playoff-caliber opponent, injury ravaged roster, and less than 24 hours removed from the shocking death of a teammate. This underdog Cowboys squad guts up and pulls out a win. No way a Wade Phillips-led team keeps competing under those circumstances. Fostering mental and physical toughness in his players is one of Garrett’s strengths…

  • jrcowboy49

    I voted for other as in the idiot GM of the Cowboys!

    • JoeDaBeast

      I was thinking the same, but the guys on the field still have to make the plays and cut back on the errors. If you make the routine plays, you’ll win 90% of the time.

    • John

      Jerry’s had his issues but, man, has he gotten better since he started collaborating with Jason Garrett…

  • ctcowboy1968

    JG has to show that he has learned from his past mistakes (clock management, etc), take responsibility for the team and especially, have this team mentally prepared to play from the opening whistle.

  • billy

    injuries are my most concern. i believe if they can keep injuries to a minimum they will be ok and make the playoffs. the cowboys are pretty tough for most other teams to handle, even the good ones. hopefully they wont have a game like the seattle game last year where they looked like they didnt belong in the nfl. i hate it when they get embarrassed. but i dont believe theyll have a game like that if they can keep their ones on the field at least for most of their games.