The Dallas Cowboys are never short on late season drama. From epic late game collapses that fall on Quarterback Tony Romo’s shoulders fair or unfair, or Wide Receiver Dez Bryant storming off the field before the game is even over. The Cowboys always seem to be in the division race until the very end. With three consecutive 8-8 seasons, Dallas is a roller coaster filled with ups and downs. Unfortunately, this coming year the Cowboys should finish last in the division. Dallas had arguably the worst off-season out of all 32 teams in the entire NFL, let alone the NFC East. Losing Defensive End DeMarcus Ware was huge, not just from a X’s and O’s standpoint, but they lost the heart and soul of the team. The Defense was already the worst in the NFL, and the Cowboys did minimal to change that. To make matters worse, they lost stud Linebacker Sean Lee for the season due to an injury in non contact drills in OTA’s. The Cowboys do have play makers on offense, but Tony Romo is 34 years old coming off two major back surgeries and eats up a lot of cap space with a bloated contract. The teams best player, Running back DeMarco Murray is a top 5 back in the league, but Murray cant stay healthy and has a Coach that refuses to give him the ball. All that being said, the Dallas Cowboys need to hit the reset button. It would not be shocking to see Dallas with a top 8 pick in next years draft.