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2. Although Dallas edged Cleveland, 23-20, Sunday, former Cowboys coach and now Fox TV analyst Jimmy Johnson told Sports Illustrated that the team struggles for what reason?

Jimmy Johnson says the Cowboys franchise is “a country club where everybody is buddies,” thus robbing it of the fear he calls the No. 1 motivator for players. Since 1997, the Cowboys are the definition of mediocrity, with a 125-125 record.

Jimmy Johnson says the Cowboys franchise is “a country club where everybody is buddies,” thus robbing it of the fear he calls the No. 1 motivator for players. Since 1997, the Cowboys are the definition of mediocrity, with a 125-125 record.

Jimmy Johnson says the Cowboys franchise is “a country club where everybody is buddies,” thus robbing it of the fear he calls the No. 1 motivator for players. Since 1997, the Cowboys are the definition of mediocrity, with a 125-125 record.

Jimmy Johnson says the Cowboys franchise is “a country club where everybody is buddies,” thus robbing it of the fear he calls the No. 1 motivator for players. Since 1997, the Cowboys are the definition of mediocrity, with a 125-125 record.

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The team has a terrible scouting department.

 

The team is too much like a friendly country club.

 

The players are too distracted by making public appearances.

 

The team collapses under the weight of expectations

 
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