|ESPN.com: NFC East||[Print without images]|
|Any team with cornerstones like DeMarcus Ware, Tony Romo and Miles Austin should be contenders.|
No team with championship aspirations enters a season with essentially three rookies in its offensive line.
The Cowboys, as currently constructed, will win six to eight games.
And that's OK because instead of chasing fool's gold, Garrett is actually building a foundation for the future.
For years, Jerry Jones has convinced himself that his Cowboys were a couple of key players away from winning another title when that's never really been the case. It's certainly not true this season.
If we're honest, Green Bay, New Orleans, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Chicago are all much better than Dallas.
The New York Giants are slightly better, and none of us will be surprised if St. Louis, Detroit and, maybe, Minnesota surpass the Cowboys by the end of the season.
Finally, someone has convinced Jerry his team isn't nearly as talented as he thinks.
|After cutting veteran Andre Gurode, the Cowboys are slated to start two rookies on their offensive line.|