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Majority of Cowboys losses this season have come to the AFC, which is a good sign overall

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The Cowboys have mostly lost to the right teams.

In the aftermath of Sunday’s Dallas Cowboys loss to the Kansas City Chiefs we have all experienced a number of different emotions. It is understandable if you primarily felt frustration given that the Cowboys played very unlike the team that we have seen for the most part of this season. It is equally understandable if you are disappointed by Sunday’s game but are willing to chalk it up to an aberration of sorts. As it is often said, the truth is likely somewhere in the middle of those two extremes.

Speaking of extremes, though, the Cowboys enter Thanksgiving Week with only three losses to their name which felt extremely unlikely at season’s beginning. What is interesting about these losses is that two of them have been of the preferred variety.

What is meant by that is if the Cowboys had to lose five games this year, choosing all five AFC teams that they were slated to square off against makes sense.

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