Five Moves the Dallas Cowboys Should Make

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Dec 29, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys mascot Rowdy reacts in the tunnel during the second half of the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at AT

Another season ends for the Dallas Cowboys with a 8-8 record and missing the playoffs by one game. One thing you have to say is the Cowboys have been consistent in that regard. This is the first time a team has ended three consecutive seasons with the same record since they did it back in 2000-2002 finishing 5-11 under Dave Campo. They also finished with a 12-4 record in 1993-1995. Rather than discuss the records or what they could’ve done, let’s focus on what they should do. Here are five moves they need to make.

1. Cut DeMarcus Ware

Ware missed a game for the first time in his career, in fact he missed three of them. It looks as if father time has caught up with him. He had he least productive season since joining the league in 2005. With 40 tackles and only six sacks you can’t expect Jerry Jones to be comfortable with paying him $16 million next season. Ware came out and said today that he won’t take a paycut but he will restructure. Look for Ware to become a salary cap casualty effective June 1st.

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