Dallas Cowboys: A Calamity in Big D, As Team Is Pushed To Brink in Minnesota

October 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This Monday morning Jerry Jones is probably having problems getting out of bed. The team that he owns, the Dallas Cowboys, fell to 1-4 after a tough loss to the Minnesota Vikings yesterday.
After Jones finally peeled himself from his king-sized bed plastered with satin sheets, he probably took a long, hard look in the mirror before trashing his bedroom like an old-school hard rock band would do to a hotel room.
The Dallas Cowboys haven’t started 1-4 since 2001 when current secondary coach Dave Campo was the coach and Quincy Carter was the starting quarterback. The difference between that team and the 2010 version is expectations, talent and a certain football game being played in their home stadium.
The 2010 Dallas Cowboys have gone from Super Bowl-contenders to Super Bowl-spoilers. They currently sit dead last in the NFC East and have a tough division game next week against the New York Giants.
But what happened yesterday in Minnesota that put the final nail ...

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