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Why paying taxes on last regular season game was neccessary

The sacrifice of Mark Sanchez was a necessary luxury tax that was due as a result of the Cowboys collective hard work this season.

Cowboys are in a different tax bracket

Finishing the regular season with a 13-3 record ties a Cowboys best. Losing the last game of the season with Mark Sanchez at the helm was paying a tax as a result. A luxury tax to be exact. Heading into the post season with a first round bye and home field advantage is a result of all the hard work this team has collectively built upon since training camp.

Waking up this morning the discussion is ongoing to why Coach Jason Garrett allowed Sanchez to stay in the game. Even after Tony Romo came in for one drive and scored easily on a TD pass to Terrence Williams. It’s called a luxury tax.

The Cowboys have the ultimate goal in mind this season. They are willing to sacrifice Sanchez and the teams record, along with sitting Ezekiel Elliot. Not to mention sitting Dak and Tony to watch this gruesome performance by Mark front row.

All of these sacrifices are a necessary evil to keep our stars healthy and ready for our first Playoff game on January 15th at AT&T Stadium. Relax Cowboys Nation. Let’s focus on the bigger picture here. Just like our leadership is currently.

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About Barry Gipson (57 Articles)
Social media branding coach. Barry leverages his technical knowledge of social media platforms, team building, and leadership attained from his 23 year career in the United States Navy. Founder & Owner of Game Changers LLC, a Social Media Agency. An avid fantasy sports fan who loves blogging about small business social media, emerging sports applications, and the Dallas Cowboys.

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