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Troy Aikman says ‘complete overhaul’ needed for Cowboys organization

The Dallas Cowboys are coming off another disappointing loss on Monday night falling 28-14 to the Tennessee Titans.

This has pushed forth even more criticism toward the team that has seen them now drop five out of their first eight games of the season. Hall of Famer and former Cowboys great Troy Aikman has now voiced that he believes the franchise needs a complete overhaul, according to Todd Archer of ESPN.


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“Go through the list and this team, over a long period of time, has been what it’s been,” Aikman said Tuesday on 1310 The Ticket. “It hasn’t always mattered who the head coach has been. So to me, if you’re asking me, I’d say there has to be a complete overhaul of the entire organization.”

The Cowboys have struggled to find consistent success with head coach Jason Garrett missing the playoffs in six out of his first eight years that included finishing at the .500 mark or lower. There has been an overwhelming lack of success during his tenure that has seen the Cowboys miss the postseason in two out of the last three years.


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Much of their struggles this season have been offensively ranking 26th with 19.3 points per contest along with being 29th in passing with 188.4 yards per game. This has seen the Cowboys notch 20 points three times this year.

If the Cowboys continue on this path, it could see the team decide to go with a complete overhaul of the coaching staff next offseason as a result.

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