After ten seasons in Dallas, Jason Garrett has been relieved of the head coaching job for the Cowboys. The cowboys have a loaded roster and they just have not been playing up to their potential in the eyes of their owner Jerry Jones. It was a strange shift into the offseason for the Cowboys as they did not immediately remove Garrett from his position publicly until they had already begun to interview for the head coaching position. After a short search, it appears that the Cowboys found their new head coach in Mike McCarthy.
In 2014, Scott Linehan started in Dallas as the passing game coordinator. That was the golden year for Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, and DeMarco Murray. Tony Romo became one of the best quarterback’s that season, but it was almost too late for the star due to being beaten up and injury prone. That’s when they started to rely on the running game more to counteract that with DeMarco Murray also being one of the best running backs that season.
Game day is here, and Cowboy fans have something to be excited about, especially if you have some of their fantasy players. The Ezekiel Elliot contract dispute is over, the … Continue Reading Dallas Cowboys 2019 Fantasy Outlook
By Pride Moving into the final quarter of this long series and finishing up the NFC teams, we have the NFC East division. It seems to be pretty standard with … Continue Reading NFC East – Fantasy Defenses Win Championships
Last season, Ezekiel Elliot did was he does best. He ate it up on the ground game. He finished last year as the fifth running back in fantasy, and now he is being potentially considered as the first overall pick in many of your 2019 fantasy drafts. Going into his forth season, Elliot is looking to take the next step in his game and be the number one running back in fantasy football…