Cowboys need to stop living off past teams
The Cowboys are ordinary and have a habit of falling short when it comes to expectations. They need to “stop living off a moniker that was earned by the talented teams of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.”
Those are the words of NFL.com’s senior writer Steve Wyche.
Wyche’s story about the Cowboys’ 31-14 Sunday night loss to the New York Giants showed that like most Cowboys fans, he has had enough of the failures of a team that has been known as “America’s Team.”
“The Cowboys’ modern reputation isn’t about quarterback Tony Romo’s shortcomings, coach Jason Garrett’s inexperience or owner Jerry Jones’ meddling,” Wyche wrote. “It’s about a team that’s old in the wrong areas, isn’t good in others and one that needs to stop living off a moniker that was earned by the talented teams of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.”