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Through the first three weeks of the 2019 regular season schedule, the Dallas Cowboys looked the part of a juggernaut that was a bonafide candidate to represent the NFC in Super Bowl LIV. But once the schedule got tougher, the team proved to be nothing more than above average that just missed out on qualifying for the playoffs. Because of it, Jason Garrett’s 10-year run at the helm of the franchise has come to a close which has Jerry Jones on the lookout for a new puppet he can control from his suite on a gamely basis. What remains to be seen for the franchise moving forward is yet to be determined, but if history is any sort of indicator the Super Bowl drought for “America’s Team” is likely to extend into the next decade.

Season Recap

Dallas made a huge statement the first three weeks of the regular season after taking the screws to the Giants, Redskins and Dolphins beating them by the aggregate score of 97-44 to get Cowboys backers out to a perfect 3-0 ATS start. Then it went on to drop an ugly 12-10 decision on Sunday Night Football to the Teddy Bridgewater led New Orleans Saints to pop the team’s balloon. That loss was followed up with a humbling 34-24 home defeat to the Green Bay Packers. Dallas went full circle the next week when it lost a 24-22 decision to the Jets in New York to see its overall record even up at 3-3 SU and ATS overall. The Cowboys got back on the winning track over the next two weeks with a pair of wins within the division against the Eagles and Giants, but then dropped another home game to a potential playoff candidate when the Minnesota Vikings went into “JerryWorld” and scored the 28-24 outright win and cover as 3.5-point underdogs.

Managing one win in their next four games allowed for the Philadelphia Eagles to get back in the NFC East title race. Taking care of business at home against the Rams in Week 15 allowed for the following week’s showdown in Philadelphia to deem the victor the NFC East champ provided the winner went on to win in Week 17. Jason Garrett was already skating upon thin ice before the game kicked off, but it got even thinner once the Cowboys went on to fall by a 17-9 final count and lose their stranglehold atop the division standings. They needed to beat the Redskins in Week 17 and for Philly to lose in New York against the Giants to reach the postseason a second straight season. It didn’t come to pass. While Big D rolled to the 47-16 win and cover as 13-point favorites against Washington, the Eagles pulled away in the second half against the G-Men to secure their playoff bid. With that, the lights were turned out on the season and it’s back to the drawing board for a Dallas franchise that amassed just two wins in five playoff appearances under the Garrett regime.

The Cowboys played to 8-8 SU and 9-7 ATS records over the course of the regular season. As disappointing it was to not see the team head back to the playoffs, there are still a number of things the franchise can throw its hat on moving forward. Ezekiel Elliott is still one of the premiere running backs in the game regardless of the slow start he got out to. When it was all said and done, Zeke still ended up rushing for over 1,350 yards and scored 12 TD. That said, it would be nice to see the new offensive coordinator, should Kellen Moore not be retained, make it a point to give him the ball more. Dallas only rushed the ball 42 percent of the time which ranked No. 12 in the NFL and that’s simply unacceptable with a premiere rusher like No. 21 in the backfield!

If ever a quarterback made a statement this season, it was Dak Prescott who shattered his career passing yards mark in a single season with over 4,900 yards passing and a solid 30:11 TD/INT ratio. It would come as quite the surprise if Jerry Jones didn’t pay him and let No. 4 get away next season. One of the reasons why he busted out was because of second-year wide receiver Michael Gallup who checked in right behind Amari Cooper with 1,107 receiving yards and 6 TD. With that pass catching duo paired with Zeke in the backfield and Dak under center, whomever takes over the franchise moving forward will have one heck of a solid core to build around. Possible coaching candidates for the job look to be Urban Meyer, Lincoln Riley and Josh McDaniels. There’s also rumors swirling around about Jason Witten but hopefully those go unfounded.

2019 Dallas Cowboys Betting Schedule

WEEK MATCHUP DATE / TIME TV
Week 1 Cowboys vs. New York Giants Sunday, Sept. 8, 4:25 p.m. ET FOX
Week 2 Cowboys at Washington Redskins Sunday, Sept. 15, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 3 Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins Sunday, Sept. 22, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 4 Cowboys at New Orleans Saints Sunday, Sept. 29, 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
Week 5 Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers Sunday, Oct. 6, 4:25 p.m. ET FOX
Week 6 Cowboys at New York Jets Sunday, Oct. 13, 4:25 p.m. ET CBS
Week 7 Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, Oct. 20, 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
Week 8 BYE - -
Week 9 Cowboys at New York Giants Monday, Nov. 4, 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN
Week 10 Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings Sunday, Nov. 10, 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
Week 11 Cowboys at Detroit Lions Sunday, Nov. 17, 1 p.m. ET FOX
Week 12 Cowboys at New England Patriots Sunday, Nov. 24, 4:25 p.m. ET FOX
Week 13 Cowboys vs. Buffalo Bills Thursday, Nov. 28, 4:30 p.m. ET CBS
Week 14 Cowboys at Chicago Bears Thursday, Dec. 5, 8:20 p.m. ET FOX/NFLN
Week 15 Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams Sunday, Dec. 15, 4:25 p.m. ET FOX
Week 16 Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, Dec. 22, 4:25 p.m. ET FOX
Week 17 Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins Sunday, Dec. 29, 1 p.m. ET FOX
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Past Dallas Cowboys Seasons

YEAR RECORD PLAYOFFS
2018 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2017 9-7 None
2016 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2015 4-12 None
2014 12-4 Lost Divisional Round
2013 8-8 None
2012 8-8 None
2011 8-8 None
2010 6-10 None
2009 11-5 Lost Divisional Round
2008 9-7 None
2007 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2006 9-7 Lost Wild Card Round
2005 9-7 None
2004 6-10 None
2003 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2002 5-11 None
2001 5-11 None
2000 5-11 None
Full List
1999 8-8 Lost Wild Card Round
1998 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
1997 6-10 None
1996 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
1995 12-4 Won Super Bowl
1994 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
1993 12-4 Won Super Bowl
1992 13-3 Won Super Bowl
1991 11-5 Lost Divisional Round
1990 7-9 None
1989 1-15 None
1988 3-13 None
1987 7-8 None
1986 7-9 None
1985 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
1984 9-7 None
1983 12-4 Lost Wild Card Round
1982 6-3 Lost Conference Championship
1981 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
1980 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
1979 11-5 Lost Divisional Round
1978 12-4 Lost Super Bowl
1977 12-2 Won Super Bowl
1976 11-3 Lost Divisional Round
1975 10-4 Lost Super Bowl
1974 8-6 None
1973 10-4 Lost Conference Championship
1972 10-4 Lost Conference Championship
1971 11-3 Won Super Bowl
1970 10-4 Lost Super Bowl
1969 11-2-1 Lost Divisional Round
1968 12-2 Lost Divisional Round
1967 9-5 Lost NFL Championship
1966 10-3-1 Lost NFL Championship
1965 7-7 None
1964 5-8-1 None
1963 4-10 None
1962 5-8-1 None
1961 4-9-1 None
1960 0-11-1 None

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