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SAD NEWS; Ex Cowboys QB passed away at age of 52

SAD NEWS; Ex Cowboys QB passed away at age of 52

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A Cold, Cold Night For Dallas Cowboys In Playoff Blowout to Green Bay Packers

Cowboys Hiring Bill Belichick Heavy Favorite for Oddmakers After Sad Playoff Loss To Packers

 

DALLAS COWBOYS

Another year, another playoff failure for the Dallas Cowboys.

 

America’s Team has had more than its fair share of postseason heartbreak, but Sunday’s 48-32 loss to the Green Bay Packers may top them all. The Cowboys came into the game as the No. 2 seed in the NFC, favored by more than a touchdown and playing in AT&T Stadium, where they hadn’t lost since Week 1 of the 2022 season.

 

Despite everything going for them, they were never competitive as the Packers jumped out to a 27-0 lead before essentially going on cruise control.

 

 

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As if all that wasn’t enough, the Cowboys lost to the Packers, the team that has consistently tortured them by winning 10 of the past 11 meetings, including three in the playoffs now.

 

After the latest playoff disappointment, the Cowboys have now cemented themselves in a very undesirable piece of NFL history. According to ESPN, Dallas is the first team ever to win 12 games in three consecutive seasons and not make the conference championship game even once.

 

This is an extension of the stat that Cowboys detractors throw around the most, that being that they have not made the NFC Championship Game since their last Super Bowl win in the 1995 season. After Sunday’s game, though, it’s even more difficult to defend Dallas’ lack of postseason success.

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