Dallas Cowboys Good, Bad, and Ugly From the 2019 Season Finale

    Well , the has officially come to an end. They may have ended the season on a high note with an impressive 47-16 win over the , but it was a little too late. The were able to clinch the East division with a win over the , thus ending the Cowboy season.

    The Dallas Cowboys head into the with a lot of questions that will need to be answered. We could see them clean house to their and there are a lot of personnel issues to address as well. But that's a discussion for another time. Let's get to this week's edition of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.

    The Good

    Like I mentioned earlier, this was one of the more impressive wins for the Dallas Cowboys this season. As such, there was a lot of positive that could go in this category. For me though, the good from the Cowboy season finale had to be .

    Michael Gallup finished his sophomore season with the Cowboys on a high note. He turned five catches into 98 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He looked every bit the No. 1 receiver yesterday afternoon and that could come into play when the discussion arises about what to do with this offseason.

    The Bad

    I actually had a difficult time deciding what to go with in this category. I think the bad for me from the Dallas Cowboys season finale had to be the overall letdown I felt from seeing them dominate like they did. This was a team who was expected to do well this season, but unfortunately disappointed all of us every step of the way.

    The Dallas Cowboys now have a lot of work to do in the offseason. That may have wasted all of the talent they were able to put together in 2019, but they can't afford to do the same next season. The decision they make with the staff and what they decide to retain and let go will have a lot to do with how successful they are next season.

    The Ugly

    In a roundabout way, I thought the ugly from the Dallas Cowboys season finale was their kicking game. No, I'm not talking about and the job he's done since joining the Cowboys. I'm talking about why it took so long for them to move on from .

    All season we heard say he was sticking with Maher because he didn't see a better available who could come in and replace him. Well, Kai Forbath came in and did just that. He's been perfect the last three games for the Cowboys and should absolutely be retained for the .

    What is your good, bad, and ugly from the Dallas Cowboys season finale?

    Brian Martin
    Brian Martin
    Level C2/C3 quadriplegic. College graduate with a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences-concentration sports management. Sports enthusiast. Dallas Cowboys fanatic. Lover of life with a glass half-full point of view.


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    I don’t know what can really change so long as Jerry insists on being GM. I don’t think it matters who he hires for HC, because his meddling eventually turns every coach into a Garrett. If they are strong willed- he runs them off (Jimmy) or they just leave (Bill). He insists on picking the coordinators instead of letting the HC build their team. Jerry is the Cowboys’ unsolvable problem.

    harrison bragg

    i agree with you jimmy needs to stop medling hire a coach and let him hire his staff . He can still be gm and let the football people run the time(the head coach and his staff) work together.