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Cowboys disposed of from playoffs as Rams advance to 2019 NFC Championship Game

The Cowboys’ season is finished.

Dallas lost their 2019 Divisional Round diversion to the Rams in Los Angeles on Saturday evening, 30 to 22.

The Cowboys surpassed desires in 2018 but ultimately came up short once again. The limitations of Jason Garret and Dak Prescott keep on keeping Dallas down. In spite of this, they’ll likely get contract extensions this offseason. Astounding news.

On the off chance that the Eagles upset the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday, they’ll have progressed further in the 2019 NFL Playoffs than the Cowboys. By then I think we particularly need to put cites around the Cowboys being “2018 NFC East champions.”

The Rams’ success implies Los Angeles is headed to the 2019 NFC Championship Game. In the event that the Eagles win in the Superdome, the reigning Super Bowl champions will be made a beeline for LA for a rematch with the Rams. On the off chance that the Saints win, they’ll be hosting the Rams next Sunday.

CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

SUNDAY, JANUARY 20

NFC: 3:05 PM ET – Los Angeles Rams versus [winner of Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints] (FOX)

AFC: 6:40 PM ET – Kansas City Chiefs versus [winner of Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots] (CBS)

SUPER BOWL LIII

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3

AFC champion v. NFC champion (CBS)

The 2019 NFL Pro Bowl will occur on Sunday, January 27.

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Hilda Garner has done her majors in journalism from Michigan. Her younger sister is also a successful writer, and the rivalry between the two is legendary. Since becoming a full-time writer, Hilda has published several books. She is currently working as a freelance writer on residentweekly.com.