The Dallas Cowboys are so bad that even Jordan Spieth's winning presence couldn't help
It's been a tough state of affairs for the Dallas Cowboys. Injuries forced Tony Romo to the sidelines, Dez Bryant has been a non-factor in the receiving game and the franchise has battled an ugly PR situation with its signing of Greg Hardy. Add it up, and "America's Team" is last in arguably the worst division in football.
How bad is it for the Cowboys? The team brought in Jordan Spieth, the two-time major winner and PGA Tour Player of the Year, to bring some much-needed charm to Arlington, Texas. The 22-year-old was the honorary captain for Dallas' Saturday night matchup against the New York Jets.
Alas, there's only so much goodwill one man can inject. Despite Spieth's Jedi presence, the Cowboys lost 19-16 to the Jets.
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