• Five Cowboys who exceeded expectations: No. 5

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Jan 30, 2013
    Sure enough, the expectations for Witten were adjusted. They shouldn’t have been. After the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs for the third consecutive season, management has spent time evaluating the roster. Second-year linebacker Bruce Carter, after all, played only 41 defensive snaps in 2011 after recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee he suffered during his senior season at North Carolina.
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      After the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs for the third consecutive season, management has spent time evaluating the roster.  They’ll instantly recognize players who surpassed expectations and others who didn’t meet them. We’ll examine the top
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      After the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs for the third consecutive season, management has spent time evaluating the roster.  They’ll instantly recognize players who surpassed expectations and others who didn’t meet them. We’ll examine the top
    • Five Cowboys who failed to meet expectations: No. 4

      After the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs for the third consecutive season, management has spent time evaluating the roster.  They’ll instantly recognize players who surpassed expectations and others who didn’t meet them. We’ll examine the top
    • Five Cowboys who failed to meet expectations: No. 5

      After the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs for the third consecutive season, management has spent time evaluating the roster.  They’ll instantly recognize players who surpassed expectations and others who didn’t meet them. We’ll examine the top

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