Found August 29, 2013 on Total Sports Blog:
The Dallas Cowboys finished the 2012 season with an 8-8 record, once again missing the playoffs. However, this team has high hopes for the 2013-2014 season. Most of the Cowboys offseason moves this year were made on the coaching staff; signing Monte Kiffin to be their defensive coordinator and giving the play calling responsibilities to offensive coordinator Bill Callahan. As far as players go, Dallas is returning almost their entire team from 2012, but have added safety Will Allen and linebacker Justin Durant to the mix. The team did not lose any key contributors from last year. Head coach Jason Garrett is on the hot seat in 2013, and the only way to save his job will be to lead this team back to the playoffs. Here is the Cowboys 2013-2014 season preview. Offense The Cowboys had one of the most unbalanced offensive attacks in the NFL last year, finishing the season ranked 3rd in passing yards per game and 31st in rushing yards per game. With Bill Callahan calling the plays in 2013...
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