Originally Posted by ScipioCowboy
In terms of results, the comparisons between now and the Campo years aren't so farfetched. If the Cowboys fail to make the postseason this year, it will be their third consecutive non-playoff season.
The last time the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs three years straight was under Campo.
This year, the Cowboys are on their way to a 6-10 finish. That would give them five more wins over the last three years than Campo had over his three years. It's fitting since Campo could never win more than five games in a season.
actually they are quite far-fetched.
dallas was competing for a playoff spot in week 17 last year... that didn't come close to happening under campo.
and i can't tell if you are predicting dallas will end up 6-10, saying it is inevitable that they will or merely saying that they are on that pace but ignoring the fact they played the hardest 8 games of any NFL team to start the season and get the 2nd or 3rd easiest final 8.
dallas in an unbiased schedule review is likely an 8-8 team as predicted by many to start the year. in a lot of ways that sucks terribly. but that isn't anywhere near being the dave campo years where you face the last place schedule and still can't win more than 5 games.
right now as sad as it is, dallas is in 2nd place in the nfc east.