After a season with a historically bad defence and a 6-10 record, there are major offseason decisions facing Jerry Jones and his Dallas Cowboys.
It has been the elephant in the room in Dallas for the last two seasons: do the Dallas Cowboys sign Dak Prescott to a long term deal?
Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Philip Rivers, Teddy Bridgewater, all top names looking for new contracts or homes. A name not to be left out is Dak Prescott's. An obvious talent that any franchise would be lucky to have. How should the Dallas Cowboys approach handling his demands for a new contract? Let us take a look.
Whilst KC are off partying with Mickey Mouse and friends, the league's 31 other teams are busy crafting their rosters for the next campaign. An opportune time to do this is approaching. Free agency marks the first period in which teams can begin to add new faces.
The Minnesota Vikings had no alternative to a win on Sunday Night Football at AT&T Stadium, and what they did was make a statement. With their 28-24 win over the Cowboys, the 7-3 Vikings are not only closer to solidifying their wild card spot, but they might be an even bigger threat to the NFC North leaders Green Bay Packers.
In an offseason plagued by contract disputes and critical financial decisions, the Dallas Cowboys roster is nevertheless undoubtedly a collection of young talent and undeniable experience, capable of reaching the bright lights of the Super Bowl.
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