Season’s Over for the Dallas Cowboys; The Best is Yet to Come

The 2009-2010 season is behind us now.  That being said we have a lot to reflect on.  Wins and losses have welcomed us with open arms and now we are already in gear to prepare for our next season.  (Let it be known Dallas Cowboys Nation will not take a break on any day out of this offseason)

So as we continue to reflect we question why we aren’t playing anymore.  We blame and point fingers but gosh, there were a lot of positives this year.  So I thought I’d slip an anti depressant into your day to help you from jabbing a pencil through your eye at work tomorrow.

Here are the things to look forward to in 2010:

Eagles Vs Cowboys: Has this rivalry emerged as the Cowboys most intense and hated or what?  Not to mention what DeSean Jackson and the Playoffs have done to it.  This is going to be flat out exciting next year as these two powerhouses collide twice next year again.

Tony Romo and Miles Austin: Talk about the emergence of two undrafted stars.  Given that Romo is in his 7th season it’s really his fourth as a starter.  These two have really developed chemistry this year and they are going to continue to be explosive.  Tony Romo had his best season to date and Miles Austin is only going to help that get better.

Felix Jones: I firmly believe that Felix is the number one running back on this team.  Every time he touches the ball I feel like he’s going to either get a first down or a touchdown.  He is a flat out game changer and I’m excited to witness his impact next year.

Doomsday Defense: This season has been a coming out party for some of our defenders.  DeMarcus Ware and Jay Ratliff proved that they belong with the elite.  Igor Olshansky, Mike Jenkins, and Anthony Spencer proved that they are going to be among the elite.  The balance of speed and toughness in this defense is perfect and it’s a recipe for disaster.

As you can see there is a lot to look forward too in this Dallas Cowboys team and it should be exciting to watch it unfold!

Stay tuned for our off-season coverage and analysis of league news.

What do you think?


Written by Bo Martin

Former Sports Writer. Veteran. Serving veterans is my passion. Johns Hopkins Student. Enjoy Discussing Politics and sports!


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