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The season for the Dallas Cowboys once again came to an early and unceremonious end, losing a stunner against the Green Bay Packers earlier this month.
Special scrutiny came upon Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, who had a severely underwhelming first half of play that included a pick-six to increase the lead for the visiting Packers. And while Prescott and the Cowboys were able to cut into Green Bay's lead in the 2nd half, it was too little, too late.
Naturally, there is going to be plenty of drama in the offseason as the Cowboys work to recover from their season ending in such a disappointing manner. And according to ESPN's Chris Cant, that drama is only going to intensify thanks to their leadership core led by Prescott.
“There are a lot more questions in Dallas that have to be answered in the way of leadership,” Canty said on ESPN’s GetUp. “I don’t know how that gets better with Mike McCarthy going into the season as a lame-duck coach, especially when you consider the offseason that the Dallas Cowboys have to have when you’re going to pay Micah Parsons, CeeDee Lamb, and Dak Prescott at the top of their positions.
“When I’m looking at this situation, I think the noise is only going to get louder. The families, those conversations that they’re having in private, that stuff is bubbling to the surface on social media and I don’t know how those players walk that back and so I think that’s only going to breed more tension moving forward.”
What kind of season will the Cowboys have in 2024 if the leadership core remains intact?