Embarrassing, no enthusiasm, major injuries, and a historically bad defense are all just some of the reasons the Dallas Cowboys are having a season from hell.
The Cowboys who haven’t won a Super Bowl in well over 20 years are on pace yet again to disappoint the largest NFL fanbase in America. Their latest, greatest, bad performance came on Sunday against the Washington Football Team when they scored just 3 points and gave up 25.
The Cowboys offense barely posted over 200 total yards of offense and the defense continued to leak oil against one of the worst offenses in the NFL.
In the days leading up to the game, many Cowboys players posted comments about the coaching staff not doing a good job preparing the players for games. If you will it was a mini mutiny which is why the loss to the Washington Football Team is more than an indicator that the coaching staff has lost the team. A team that ironically at 2-5 is only a half-game out of first in the NFC East which is shaping up to be historically the worst division in the history of the NFL.
“I know we’ve got the right head guy for the job,” Stephen Jones said on 105.3 The Fan on Monday. “. . . These things just take time. I know our fans are frustrated. We certainly understand the criticism that’s come our way. But we’ve got to go to work.”
Sure the Joneses aren’t going to say that head coach Mike McCarthy is on the hot seat, but let’s face it, he is. Seriously, the players held a mini mutiny last week, I wonder what the mutiny will look like when they are 2 and 7.