Nov 30, 2020
Episode 110: What Is The Payoff For 2020?
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Ari Temkin (@arisports) on why losses piling up for the Cowboys actually helps them get closer to a Super Bowl than wins in 2020. So what's the payoff? Why believe that this team is close to a Super Bowl when there's mounting evidence to the contrary...
As of now the Dallas Cowboys will be playing the Baltimore Ravens December 7th, a week from Monday, a long break to try and pick up the pieces of a terrible season.
The Thanksgiving day loss to the Washington Football Team, the decision to go for it on 4th and inches, and the fake punt deep in their own territory.
Ari Temkin: "This is a team that does not have good coaching, coaching cannot make up the difference for them, bad defense, bad tackling, bad in the secondary, and a team that turns the ball over too much. That's why they are 3-8"
The more the Cowboys lose, the more likely they are to win a Super Bowl because they are more likely to end up with a top 5 draft pick. Any hope for this team to win a Super Bowl rests with Dak Prescott and a healthy offensive line.
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