After loss to Eagles, Cowboys’ charter plane deemed ‘not viable’ for flight back to Dallas

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Talk about adding insult to injury. After the Dallas Cowboys lost a must-win game to the Philadelphia Eagles, their chartered plane was deemed “not viable” for the flight back home.

Mike Fisher, who covers the Cowboys for SI.com, shared a picture of head coach Jason Garrett exiting the plane Sunday night in Philly. He also added that “team officials are working to find another plane.”

This entire season, summed up in one image.

One report that popped up after the game highlights what is wrong with the Cowboys, and why they keep on losing close games.

With Sunday’s loss to the Eagles, the Cowboys fell to 7-8 on the season. Their playoff dreams are nearly dead. To get in, the Cowboys need to not only win next weekend against the Washington Redskins but also need the Eagles to lose to the New York Giants.