Posted February 17, 2018 05:17:16Cowboys fans in Dallas are getting used to the regular season as the playoffs begin.

The Cowboys are 5-1 and have won four straight games.

But what happens in the regular-season is what you should keep an eye on in the playoffs.

The NFL is evolving.

Here’s a look at the league’s evolving rules, regulations and business as usual in the offseason.

The NFL’s evolution The NFL’s playoff system is changing to make it easier for teams to play each other in the postseason.

The league has also implemented a new “playoff schedule” that allows teams to advance to the postseason through three consecutive losses.

The schedule will now begin in 2018 with the AFC and NFC Championship games, and will be followed by a playoff berth for the Super Bowl.

As we’ve learned during the past two years, the NFL has to be smart in how it’s running its business.

But that doesn’t mean it should abandon the rules of the game.

The league is currently operating under a new rule that would give teams the option of playing in the wildcard playoff.

This system would be in place until the 2020 season.

The new system would allow teams to choose to play in the Wildcard instead of the AFC or NFC Championship, and it would give them the option to play the rest of the regular seasons in the Superbowl.

This option would allow the Cowboys to continue to play their division-rival Broncos in the divisional round.

The AFC and AFC Championship games would be played in a different venue and the Superbowl would be held at the new stadium in Inglewood, California.

The Wildcard option would also allow the Colts to play at home in the AFC Championship Game, instead of at the Superdome.

In 2018, the Cowboys would have to play three consecutive games in the playoff for the wild card to take place.

The two wild card games would likely be in Denver and New Orleans.

The third wild card game would be at home, against the Green Bay Packers.

The wild card would be a tough place to play for the Cowboys, but it would also be a much tougher place to win.

They’d have to win three straight to qualify.

The Cowboys are 4-1 with the wild cards.

The most recent wild card was in 2014.

They have a bye this season and could win the division by virtue of winning the division.

But the Cowboys have a chance to qualify for the playoffs with wins over the Colts and Vikings.

The last two games are a total toss-up.

The odds of a wild card team making the playoffs is about 60% and they’re currently 1-to-3.

If the Cowboys win the wild-card game, they’ll be guaranteed a playoff spot and could make the playoffs if they beat the Packers in the conference championship game.

If they lose to the Packers, the Packers would then host the SuperBowl, where they’d likely have to beat the Giants or Cardinals.

If they lose, they’d have a better shot at winning the NFC Championship Game and a better chance at making the postseason with a win over the Packers.

If both the Cowboys and Packers lose, it would likely mean the Cowboys get eliminated from the playoffs for the first time since the 2000 season.

They’re not exactly playing the same offense and defense they did in the past.

If the Cowboys lose the wild Card game, that would be another blow to the team’s playoff chances.

The rules for the playoff are still in flux, but the league has made significant changes to its rules, rules and business in the last year.