5 Dallas Cowboys who should go, 3 who should stay

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The Dallas Cowboys look like their season is beyond salvageable but there is still value to determining who should be here beyond this season.

The roller coaster ride appears to have come to a sudden and complete stop for the 2020 Dallas Cowboys. I like to consider myself an eternal optimist but even now my mind is starting to wander into the 2021 NFL Draft and free agency.

Before we get to those conversations, determining the roster moving forward will largely depend on how well players fight these final nine games but there are a few players whose career with the Dallas Cowboys look to be over.

I would like to start by saying the offense does not need a total overhaul. Getting quarterback Dak Prescott along with both starting tackles would allow this team to fully open up their playbook with confidence. The interior of the line looks like they are gaining valuable experience as well.

The defense looks to be in shambles and rather than blame the coaching staff, it looks as if some players will be shipped off rather than go in a different direction at defensive coordinator.

It is possible that both defensive staff and players need to be replaced, I have to side with the players, for the most part, when everyone is playing bad in this scheme.

If only a couple of players looked like they didn’t fit in this scheme then those players would have to be replaced. A whole defense out of sync points to the direction of the staff.