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    Are the Cowboys the best team in the NFC?

    Every year when a new football season begins, around the world are notorious for believing “this is our year.” To be quite honest, this year really seems like it could be.

    The Cowboys sit at 5-2 and are now ranked 8th in the NFL with the easiest remaining schedule. We must remember – this is the NFL. Any team can beat anybody on any given Sunday. It’s very easy to look at the remainder of the Cowboys’ schedule and predict their record come playoff time, but it’s not that simple.

    In recent memory, the has been a powerhouse with teams like the , , the , and the . However, the tides seem to be changing as none of those teams look like the complete units they have been over the last few years.

    Those four teams have a combined record of 12-15.

    What does all of this mean for the Cowboys?

    The Cowboys have a chance to put it all together this year, and the lean heavily in their favor if they can continue to stack wins going into January.

    What could stop the Cowboys?

    The .

    The NFC East has been a lackluster division over the last couple of decades and has not had a repeat division winner since 2004. So far this year, the are undefeated, the are 6-1, and the are fighting to climb back to .500 on the season.

    The Cowboys currently sit in 3rd place in the NFC East, but what falls in favor of the Cowboys is the fact that they play each of their divisional opponents once more this season. If the Cowboys can continue to win games, and beat the Eagles, Giants, and Commanders in the later half of the season, the Cowboys will secure their spot in the .

    Out of all the teams remaining on the Cowboys’ schedule, you can make an argument that Dallas is the favorite and has the better team in each match-up. Although the Cowboys did lose to the Eagles earlier this season, the Cowboys were without starting , who has a 7-3 record against Philadelphia. If the Cowboys can get their in rhythm and continue to play with a dominant , there is no evidence that suggests the Cowboys won’t be playing in late January when the playoffs roll around.

    The 2022 need to be all-in on this year, having arguably the best defense in the league and an offense that was the #1 ranked offense just one season ago.

    Time will tell if this will truly be the year for the Cowboys, but it is hard to keep the faith after the heartbreak has had to endure over the last 25 years. As long as the Cowboys can continue to win games and stay healthy, then I believe the Cowboys will be the team to beat in the NFC come playoff time.

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    Christian Cline
    Christian Cline
    Cowboys advocate since '96 / WKU Alumni / Former TV Villain / Follow me on Twitter @ChristianCline

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    VAM

    You can throw out that 7-3 DP record vs Eagles. They are no longer one of the NFC East slug teams DP got twice a season. It was almost a guarantee 6 wins with these other division teams annually.

    But that is no longer the case, undefeated Philly is real, and 6-1 Giants are looking pretty good.

    Hard to say Cowboys are the top of the crop NOW.

    Cowboy Fan Ed

    We definitely need another quality wide receiver and wouldn’t hurt to add another running back , our offense is pretty good but we need that one player to get us over the hump and help us make a strong run! Mark my word ….. the Eagles are playing pretty good now but they will peak soon and then bottom out in the end! I believe if we add in the places where we need it we will be ok!