It’s safe to say that everyone in the Dallas Cowboys, from players to fans, is fed up and you can now add owner Jerry Jones to that list.
Jones exploded in a radio interview with KRLD on Tuesday when asked about a possible “vacuum” in leadership just days after a blowout loss to the Washington football team.
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“Where in the offensive line?” Jones first said. “… But seriously, seriously, where would you have a leadership vacuum? Is it a bad experience? Is it a talent vacuum? Is that – I’m not trying to be cute here.
Jones and the interviewer start talking to each other as Jones says, “The answer is no. The answer is no. ”
The host then tries to clarify his question to which Jones says, “Well shut it up and let me answer… no.”
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He continued, “I gave you the answer. When I go into the locker room, there is no leadership vacuum in my eyes. Now that’s your answer. Move on. ”
Jones must have realized that he lost his temper because he later admitted her “blunt” comments.
He said, “… This is certainly not my most difficult time, you might say. I’m disappointed for our fans… I can’t tell you how disappointed I am. ”
The Cowboys have struggled since the 2019 season, which ended with the sacking of head coach Jason Garrett. This season hasn’t been any better after losing star quarterback Dak Prescott to a serious leg injury in Week 5. Things got worse on Sunday after quarterback Andy Dalton was retired of the match after a bad tackle to the head.
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Reports surfaced after a shattering loss to the Arizona Cardinals last week that players felt the coaches were “not at all prepared” and “just weren’t good at their jobs.” signaling a strong disconnection within the team.
At 2-5, the Cowboys face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.