In 2019, the Dallas Cowboys finished a disappointing 8-8. They finished second in the NFC East and missed the playoffs. But, like most off-seasons, the Cowboys dominated headlines from the get-go.
Dallas Cowboys Offense
It began early last season. They decided not to extend quarterback Dak Prescott early and let him play out his rookie contract. At the time, the decision made sense.
Although Prescott had a 32-16 record through three seasons, critics argued that he was a product of the talent around him. Boasting one of the most talented offensive lines, and a generational running back in Ezekiel Elliott, they wanted...