One of the most storied and spoken-about franchises in the NFL, the Dallas Cowboys have sold out 190 consecutive home regular season and playoff games. Fans go crazy for the Cowboys and the team from Irving, Texas have re-paid their loyal following with five Super Bowl rings, the second most of any NFL franchise. Only the Pittsburgh Steelers have more Super Bowl triumphs. Cowboys fans will be anticipant of another winning season, as Dallas hasn’t won a championship in over 20 years, since the 1995 season.
Forbes Magazine places Dallas atop the money list as the world’s most valuable sports franchise. They say the Cowboys have a net worth of over $4 billion. Not bad for a team who, as of late, is starved for the success the city has come to expect.
Playing in the NFC East Division, the Cowboys finished the 2015 season rooted to the bottom of the standings. Formerly one of the most competitive divisions in football, the NFC East has fallen off the rails of late. The Cowboys finised the 2015 season with a 4-12 record, which was good for the fourth worst in the league.
The Washington Redskins won the division with a 9-7 recored and were the only team to finish above .500, showing just how bad the NFC East was in 2015. The Philadlephia Eagles and New York Giants round out one of the worst divisions in football.
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What Are The Current Dallas Cowboys Standings
We expect the Dallas Cowboys to improve drastically upon their dismal 2015 season. However, we’re still unconvinced whether the team has what it takes to challenge for a playoff spot.
|1||New England Patriots||16||14||2||441||250||0.875|
|3||Kansas City Chiefs||16||12||4||389||311||0.750|
|6||New York Giants||16||11||5||310||284||0.688|
|8||Green Bay Packers||16||10||6||432||388||0.625|
|14||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||16||9||7||354||369||0.563|
|22||New Orleans Saints||16||7||9||469||454||0.438|
|26||New York Jets||16||5||11||275||409||0.313|
|27||San Diego Chargers||16||5||11||410||423||0.313|
|28||Los Angeles Rams||16||4||12||224||394||0.250|
|31||San Francisco 49ers||16||2||14||309||480||0.125|
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It’s very difficult to recall outstanding highlight packages from the Dallas Cowboys most recent season. They were few and far between to say the least. Rock bottom of the NFC East, the Cowboys struggled epicly both at home and on the road. Tied with the Titans and Bears for the worst home record in the league, the Cowboys finished the 2015 season with a 1-7 record in the Lonestar State. Marginally better on the road, the Cowboys managed to win three games on their travels.
The Cowboys, unsurprisingly due to the tragic state of the NFC East, were most successful against division oppponents, winning three of six encounters in 2015-16.
Most eye-catching was Dallas’ anaemic offense, the team only putting up just over 17 points per game, which was good for second-worst in the NFL. Rushing the ball is the only offensive category the Cowboys fared significantly better in. With 118.1 yards on the ground per game, the Cowboys had the 9th best ground game in the league during the 2015-16 season. It was pretty much the only bright spot in an otherwise desperately poor season.
Defensively, the Cowboys were more respectable and had the league’s 5th best pass defense, only giving up 227 aerial yards each game. Dallas conceded just over 23 points per game, which was good for 16th best in the NFL. With stats like those, Dallas would’ve expected to finish the season with more than four wins.
Tony Romo was injured for the majority of the season, one of the main factors the Cowboys offense sputtered throughout. Romo played only four games and threw more interceptions (7) than touchdowns (5) in those encounters.
Matt Cassel led the team in the team out for eight of Dallas’ 16 games. He didn’t have much more success, replicating the number of touchdowns and interceptions Romo threw for.
Darren McFadden had 1089 yards on the ground and averaged 4.6 yards per carry. He was the lone bright spot in the Cowboys offense. The 28-year-old deserved more than the three touchdowns he ran for.
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