3 things we learned in the Cowboys season finale; What a joke!

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The Dallas Cowboys serve whoopers, and there’s plenty of blame to go around

What a joke! The Dallas Cowboys, once again, enter the final week of football with something to play for. Let me set this up for you.

The Cowboys have a shot at the playoffs. They have to win the final contest. Everything is on the line. Essentially, win or go home. Sound familiar?

What do the Dallas Cowboys do? They push over a whopper and fries! Again! Even I bought into the Dallas resurgence of late. Surely, I thought, the Cowboys could take on the Giants, who are losers of the last three while Big D has staged together three straight wins.

The script was written before. I should have known better. You should have known better. My prediction of a 26-20 win was nothing more than a pipe dream! Dallas did it to us again, Cowboys Nation.

No excuses. No more punches. The fans should have known better to chew on some Dallas hope. You knew this would bite you. We knew and we did it anyway.

There’s plenty to discuss following this 23-19 loss to the New York Giants. No, New York isn’t going to the playoffs. We can easily digest that for a bit. But sure, yeah, it would have been nice to host Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week. This isn’t the story for 2020 and here we are.

Here are three things we learned following the season finale. Enjoy the list. And let me know what you saw in the comments section.