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2022 Cowboys Season in Review
The Dallas Cowboys bowed out of the 2022-23 playoffs after losing to the San Francisco 49ers on January 22. With their final, regular season record of 12-5 in the NFC East division, they played in the Wild Card round, at Tampa Bay. Dallas had little problem defeating the Buccaneers, with a final score of 31-14. For the divisional round of the playoffs, they hit the road to San Francisco. The 49ers handled the Cowboys easily, and now the Cowboys wait for next year.
For great games last season, be sure to check the replay of the Cowboys road game against the Green Bay Packers on 11/13/22 at Lambeau Field. Dallas home game opponents at AT&T Stadium in 2022 included The Buccaneers on 9/11, The Bengals on 9/18, The Commanders on 10/2, the Lions on 10/23, the Bears on 10/30, The Giants on 10/24, the 12/11, and the Eagles on 12/24. Road games took the Cowboys to face the Giants, Rams, Eagles, Vikings, Jaguars, Titans, and Commanders.
Dallas Cowboys 2021 Season Review
The 2021 Dallas Cowboys dominated their division. The team finished with a 12-5 overall record and went 5-1 as the regular season came to a close. A hot Cowboys team faced the 49ers in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs. In what will be known for years as the oddest ending of a playoff game, the Cowboys ran out of time as Dak Prescott tried to spike the ball with two seconds remaining.
Now as we look to 2022, the Cowboys will have to make salary cap room if they want to once again be a playoff contender. Dak Prescott's 160 million dollar contract includes a provision where he gets "zero pay" for the final year. The team will stretch a current payment out to that last year instead. Zac Martin will have his pay diverted to "voidable years" of his contract, spreading the already committed money out to later years.
This will free up millions of dollars for the 2022 season. Meanwhile, Dalton Schultz will be looking for a long-term contract soon. For now, the Cowboys placed the franchise tag on Dalton which will keep him on the team for 2022. Amari Cooper would love to stay in Dallas, but as of this post, the team will more than likely release him. Cedrick Wilson is also looking to cash in as a free agent. It's unlikely that he will remain in Dallas for 2022.
Cowboys 2018 Season Recap
The Dallas Cowboys had a solid season in 2018, finishing the year 10-6, winning the NFC East. On Wild Card weekend against the Seahawks, the Cowboys did something for just the third time since 1996. They won an NFL playoff game. The following week they quietly bowed out against the Los Angeles Rams. Still, it was something to build upon for 2019.
In free agency, the Cowboys used their cap space wisely, adding four players of note: Linebacker Christian Covington for one year, defensive end Kerry Hyder for one year, wide receiver Randall Cobb for one year, and safety George Iloka for one year. They also traded a sixth-round draft choice to the Rams for defensive end Robert Quinn.
By the time Jones's squad was done wheeling and dealing, they finished the draft with eight selections. With their first selection, which was in round two, they added defensive tackle Trysten Hill from Central Florida. In round three, they began rebuilding their offensive line, which was the best in the business not too long ago, with offensive guard Connor McGovern from Penn State. With their next selection, they added a backup for Ezekiel Elliot in running back Tony Pollard from Memphis. They took a pair of Hurricanes with their next two selections- cornerback Michael Jackson and defensive end Joe Jackson. They finished their draft with safety Donovan Wilson from Texas A&M, running back Mike Weber from Ohio State, and defensive end Jalen Jelks from Oregon. The Cowboys will always be hyped up by the media. The question is will they ever live up to that hype?