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How the Dallas Cowboys’ 2017 Season Will End in Disappointment

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones applauds during warmups.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones applauds during warmups. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is feeling a bit too optimistic. | Joe Robbins/Getty Images

The road to the Super Bowl is never easy. For some teams, the path is even more treacherous than it is for others. Yet, in the NFL, there’s often more standing in the way of a franchise and its ultimate goal than just a difficult opponent. Before it even takes the field of battle, a team must conquer the hardest adversary of them all — itself.

Few NFL teams know this better than the Dallas Cowboys. With a history of success and that famous star on its helmet, “America’s Team” faces added pressure each and every year. Unfortunately, no matter how well this team starts — which could actually prove to be difficult in 2017 if the recent suspension to star running back Ezekiel Elliott holds up — it’s been ages since the Cowboys managed to finish the year on a high note.

In fact, it feels like the Dallas Cowboys are stuck in a terrible loop that, ultimately, ends in disappointment. See for yourself. These are the 10 stages of a Dallas Cowboys football season.