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What Christmas gift would you give the Dallas Cowboys in 2020?

Merry Christmas, fix our Cowboys.

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

For Christmas, a lot of people are asking for new clothes, the most popular toy, the newest and coolest electronic, or that puppy you’ve been wanting for the last few years. For many diehard Cowboys fans, they may be asking for their team to just be consistently good for the foreseeable future.

That’s where we ask Ol’ Saint Nick for a Christmas gift to fix our 2020 Cowboys.

Of course, many may wish for Dak Prescott to have never gotten injured, maybe some would ask for Ezekiel Elliott to return to his 2016 form, or maybe you’d ask for a fully-healthy offensive line. While those are all great options, some may just wish for the Jones’ to start making better, smarter decisions to help the team moving forward, and that would be the one wish we should all hope for going forward.

On the football naughty or nice list, the Jones’ may find themselves on the wrong side of Santa’s list. Allowing Byron Jones to walk in free agency, paying a linebacker that lacks the basic skills to be successful, or paying a running back after three seasons of heavy workload instead of paying their franchise quarterback, are just some of the things that make the wish of the Jones’ making smarter decisions appear at the very top of Cowboys Nation’s Christmas list.

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If that still doesn’t do it for you, some may want the team to add and value the safety position, or maybe the defensive tackle position, two positions they have continued to ignore over a 10-15 year stretch. We’re seeing in 2020 how even just solid safety play from Donovan Wilson can impact the game, and we’re seeing flashes from defensive tackle Neville Gallimore to show us just how important getting good play out of your interior defensive lineman can improve your entire defense.

Maybe some would wish for a new/different defensive coordinator, or maybe even a new head coach? While there’s many different ways you can go with this, all Cowboys Nation wants is a Super Bowl, and that’s unfortunately too easy of a gift idea to give a fanbase that has been without a Super Bowl victory for over 25 years.

What Christmas gift would you give the Dallas Cowboys in 2020? Let us know below and why! Merry Christmas!