Story by Isaiah Lipscombe. Image by Sports Clip.
NOV. 19, 2015: Is it time for the Dallas Cowboys to start preparing for next season? After starting the season 2-0 and leading in the division, the Cowboys find themselves at the bottom of the division with the same amount of wins and seven more loses. As of 11-19-2015, the Cowboys are two games behind the 4-5 Redskins and Eagles, and three games behind the 5-5 Giants who are having their bye week this week. The Cowboys just can’t seem to find that spark they had last year. They are currently looking forward to the return of their starting quarterback Tony Romo, who got injured in the last game they won this season. Fans thought that the return of wide receiver Dez Bryant would have helped get them better results, but that hasn’t been the case.
The Cowboys even tried to switch quarterbacks from Brandon Weeden to Matt Cassel and move Darren McFadden to starting running back, as they released the former starting running back Joseph Randle. They also made changes to their offensive line and other positions both offensively and defensively. Right now I would have to say, their best chance for winning relies on the health of quarterback Tony Romo, but he can only do so much if he comes back next week and takes over this 2-7 team as they can only go 9-7 if they happen to go undefeated to end out the season.
Isaiah Lipscombe is a tenth grade student at Friendship Collegiate Academy.