The Dallas Cowboys have had an up and down season, by the paltry standards of the fanbase, of course. Sitting at 10-4, Dallas has a record that’s good enough to be in a five-way tie (Chiefs, Buccaneers, Cardinals, Rams) for the second-best record in the league (only behind Green Bay).
Of course, the Cowboys have a three-game lead over the next team in their division (Philadelphia Eagles) and a roster that they can close the year with (perhaps the starters won’t see the field?), so the division is all but won.
What’s the point of it all, though?
Well, it’s saying that regardless of what anyone outside of the building may think, this is a pretty good football team that has achieved some pretty good results so far. Whether you think the Cowboys are struggling or not, they have one of the best records in the league and have the best in-conference record in the NFC.
A team doesn’t get anywhere without a head coach, so let’s take a look at how he has factored into the Cowboys season.