Cowboys’ Defensive Deficiencies Spell Failure in Pursuit of NFC East Crown

July 30, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is no such word as "rebuilding" in the Dallas Cowboys' dictionary. Every year is supposed to be the year the Cowboys make it back to the Super Bowl.
Despite a 4-12 nightmare of a 2015 season, Dallas entered 2016 thinking quick turnaround. So far this summer, the only thing that's happened quickly is a defense that wasn't great to begin with fell apart.
And with it went any chance the Cowboys had of contending in the NFC East this year.
The latest blow came Tuesday. As Todd Archer and Adam Schefter of ESPN reported, second-year defensive end Randy Gregory checked into a treatment facility in light of another pending suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
As Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweeted, Gregory won't take the field anytime soon:
Mind you, Gregory was already facing suspension for the first four games of the 2016 season for the same offense. If the 10-game ban is tacked onto that, the season's all but gone. According to Clarence Hill ...

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