2. This is not the beginning of the end
The Dallas Cowboys will not have left tackle Tyron Smith for the remainder of the 2020 season.
It certainly feels like the beginning of the end for the “Great Wall” in Big D. But truthfully, the beginning of this collapse started with Travis Frederick, who retired before the start of the 2020 season.
Yes, it truly feels like the end of an era. Smith, who turns 30 in December, started 133 games to date, including two starts this year. He is done for the year with a neck injury.
The former first-rounder leaves a mega hole on the offensive line. With La’el Collins already out for the season, the Dallas Cowboys will suit up without their star tackles. I’m sure Dak Prescott is having nightmares about this. His bed endorsement deals won’t save him from this mess.