Dallas Cowboys: 3 issues Mike McCarthy must fix in 2020

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The Dallas Cowboys have plenty of problems for head coach Mike McCarthy to fix in 2020. Can the quarterback guru solve these three issues for Big D?

When you think about the 2019 Dallas Cowboys, it’s hard to focus on one problem because, in reality, the multitude of issues ended up crashing the computer. There were problems offensively, defensively, problems among staff, and probably a problem with the water in the City of Dallas.

Sure, you could pin this on every organization, even teams that made the playoffs. The truth is no team or player is perfect. But for the Dallas Cowboys to make a big leap next season, head coach Mike McCarthy must address these three key issues.

These issues have been an ongoing instance; issues that were never flushed under the old regime, especially under the Jason Garrett era. Things in Big D are different now. They have to be. The Dallas Cowboys are stacked with new coaches, new blood, different outlooks, and new football schemes.

I have three issues in mind that I’d like to see addressed immediately for the 2020 season. Just three? Well, you have to start somewhere guys.

Before we jump into the list, I would regret not mentioning the passing of Kobe Bryant in my weekly column. Like you, I join the sports world in shock and sadness about the circumstances that occurred last Sunday.

My sincere thoughts and prayers go out to Bryant and his family.