Following a promising 2016 season, the Dallas Cowboys took a notable step back this past campaign falling short of the playoffs. There were plenty of issues that arose throughout the season that pushed Dallas out of the postseason for the second time in the last three years.

A sizeable chunk of the criticism was directed toward quarterback Dak Prescott's performance taking a dip in his second campaign. Head coach Jason Garrett has remained optimistic about Prescott turning it around but at the same time has acknowledged that he needs to improve in all aspects of his game, according to Todd Archer of ESPN.

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