Bills are season finisher locks, while Cowboys may pass up a major opportunity


With a success on Thanksgiving, the Buffalo Bills are a virtual lock to make the postseason, while the Dallas Cowboys may pass up the end of the season games entirely.In the second round of the Thanksgiving Day record, the Buffalo Bills beat the Dallas Cowboys out and about in Arlington. Bison improved to a great 9-3 on the season, very likely ensuring the Bills to be one of the two AFC Wild Card groups. The Bills may not get the division rival New England Patriots in the AFC East race, yet Buffalo has the right to play January ball.As for the Cowboys, they fall back to .500 at 6-6 and may not be adequate to arrive at the NFC end of the season games. Dallas will be in a tight division race with the archrival Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East. In spite of the fact that the Cowboys won the principal meeting between the two on the year, Philadelphia’s calendar down the stretch is essentially simpler than the Cowboys’.Dallas’ last four games on the year are at the Chicago Bears, home versus the Los Angeles Rams at the Eagles and out and about versus the Washington Redskins. That is not an inconceivable record, however Philadelphia might just go undefeated in its last five games. The Eagles play the New York Giants twice, Washington, the Miami Dolphins and host the Cowboys.In short, this was a game that the Cowboys truly expected to give themselves an increasingly positive opportunity to win the NFC East and they blew it. Could the Cowboys still win the NFC East? Without a doubt, however on the off chance that they don’t, at that point lead trainer Jason Garrett is unquestionably gone. In all honesty, on the off chance that the Cowboys don’t succeed at least one season finisher game, at that point Garrett presumably won’t return as the Cowboys lead trainer in 2020 either.Things are not going admirably for the Cowboys down the stretch. Be that as it may, things are searching up for Buffalo. No, the Bills most likely aren’t equipped for winning numerous season finisher games, particularly as a Wild Card group leaving the AFC East. That being stated, Buffalo plays incredible protection and has a strong, run-first personality on offense. The Bills can absolutely win a Wild Card game on the road.Next: Every NFL group’s most noteworthy snapshot of all-timeBut by the day’s end, what does this game at AT&T Stadium discloses to us progressively about: How great the Bills are or how disappointing the Cowboys are? While Sean McDermott has made a grand showing since assuming control over the Bills in Orchard Park a couple of years back, this game is one more prosecution on Garrett as the Cowboys lead trainer. It’s not working and Dallas needs to proceed onward. Next: Mitchell Trubisky, halftime show taking Thanksgiving features

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