The Dallas Cowboys offense has gotten worse this offseason, as the losses of Dez Bryant and Jason Witten can't be replaced with like-for-like moves. But in leaning on a full season of Ezekiel Elliot, the Dallas Cowboys will look to rebound this upcoming season and get back to the playoffs. However, let's identify three games this season that the Cowboys absolutely will not win.
3. Week 6: Jaguars
Since the Dallas offense has downgraded this season, they will have a hard time scoring against one of the best defensive teams in the league. The Jags D was second in both yards and points allowed in 2017, and was first in yards allowed per play and in points allowed per drive.
2. Week 13: Saints
The Saints had a historically good rookie class last season, and with a full offseason under their belt, they'll be primed to take the next step forward after falling short of making the NFC Championship game thanks to the Minneapolis Miracle. With the additions of Cameron Meredith and the newly-drafted Marcus Davenport, the Saints will only move forward this season. And they'll move right past the Boys in Week 13.
1. Week 10: Eagles
The Cowboys are going to have a hard time going against the reigning Super Bowl champs. Even though QB Carson Wentz is still recovering from his injured ACL, he will almost certainly be healthy by the time they face the Cowboys in Week 10. The Eagles are already have a terrific team all around without Wentz, so this one will be a bridge too far for Big D.