Jared Goff has had time to rest up from a trying first season, let his body heal, spend a little time in Mexico with his friends … but now he’s ready to go back to work. The Los Angeles Rams quarterback spent much of last season waiting his turn (for much of it as the team’s third quarterback) before starting the final seven games of the season and still seeking his first victory in the league. Goff is now back in Los Angeles (more on that below), and he’s excited to get working with McVay on a new direction offensively.
Microsoft Cortana — a virtual assistant that predicts the outright winner of every NFL game on Bing — went 2-2 during the divisional round of the NFL playoffs to push its record to 5-3 during the playoffs. The algorithm, which correctly picked 64% of games during the regular season, unwisely picked the Chiefs and Cowboys to win at home. This weekend, the penultimate weekend of the football season, Cortana likes both home teams to make the Super Bowl.
Even though it was nearly a week ago, the Cowboys divisional round loss to Green Bay still stings. It’s hard to close the door on a season that had so much promise, but there’s still much work to be done to improve on last season’s results. The offseason for Dallas has already started, as a To-Do list is quickly taking form. Already, the major question of what will happen to Tony Romo stares the Cowboys squarely in the face, as that decision will surely linger over this team until 2017 begins. In the meantime, catch up on anything you may have missed from the world of the Dallas Cowboys. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20 Tony Romo’s fate and ultimately trade value will be hotly contested all offseason, but