By Mike ReissAssociated PressAFC DALLAS (AP) Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will have a tough decision to make after the team’s season ended Monday night with a disappointing loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game.

    Dallas coach Jason Garrett said Sunday that Jones will be making the decision on whether to keep his team intact.

    It will be a decision that could be made after Sunday’s bye, Garrett said.

    It is a tough time to be a Cowboys fan, especially in the playoffs.

    The team has struggled to win consistently, but Jones is making it tough for himself by spending much of the offseason talking about a turnaround, but has yet to make a move to improve the roster.

    In the meantime, it appears that the Cowboys will be without two key pieces in Dez Bryant and Travis Frederick.

    They will be out for the rest of the season with injuries, but both have been out with injuries since training camp began.

    It has been a difficult season for the Cowboys, whose quarterback, Dak Prescott, has been suspended indefinitely and who lost star receiver Dez.

    Prescott was also hurt.

    They lost wide receiver DeSean Jackson to a season-ending knee injury and lost defensive end Jason Hatcher to a concussion.

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