During the course of their offseason, it is anticipated that the Dallas Cowboys will experience a decline in their performance.
Something like that will happen to a team if they have yet another unexpected postseason failure and a record of 12-5.
It appears that Mike McCarthy and the rest of the coaching staff are in for a challenging few weeks. Jerry Jones, the owner of the Cowboys
and the front office staff should be prepared for a challenging few weeks. Additionally, the accountants of the organization are likely to have a difficult few months ahead of them.
This means that some of the Cowboys’ higher-ticket players, such as wide receiver Michael Gallup, will also have a difficult time dealing with the situation.
The character of Gallup exemplified everything that went wrong for the Cowboys throughout their 2017 season. During the season, he had 34 receptions and only 418 yards
which was the lowest total of his career. He was a significant disappointment with his performance. In spite of the fact that he had six receptions and 103 yards i
he Cowboys’ wild-card defeat against the Packers, he did not make a catch until the Packers were trailing by a score of 20-0, and he only had two first-half catches for a total of 25 yards.