Folks, there ain’t enough lipstick for this particular pig. This, for many, is the worst edition of the Dallas Cowboys they have ever seen. In the history of the franchise, only the inaugural 1960 season, when they went 0-11-1, really jumps out to be in the conversation with this year’s edition for worst ever.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Daryl Worley needs a change of scenery. Worley, 25, is struggling in Dallas and has seen few snaps in recent weeks after giving up a long touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals due to poor coverage (and that’s putting it nicely). Of course, Worley deserves his fair share of blame for his poor play but the entire Cowboys defensive unit has been a lost cause this season.
It remains to be seen if quarterback Andy Dalton can clear the concussion protocol in time for the Cowboys to face the Eagles in Week 8, but the team does expect to have a couple of other players back in action. Right guard Zack Martin suffered a concussion against the Cardinals in Week 6 and [more]