Jerry Jones: “Those coaches are out there at my ultimate decision”
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants head coach Jason Garrett and his staff to understand that they’ll be out of work if Jones isn’t satisfied with their job performance. Asked today on 105.3 The Fan how he feels about the coaching staff, whom he criticized after Sunday’s loss to the Patriots, Jones answered, “The same way [more]Asked today on 105.3 The Fan how he feels about the coaching staff, whom he criticized after Sunday’s loss to the Patriots, Jones answered, “The same way that I felt then.
The Dallas Cowboys lost their third consecutive game on Thursday night and, as you might expect, Jerry Jones is not handling it well.
Jones made his regularly scheduled appearance on 105.3 The Fan on Thursday, but his combative attitude to start the interview was probably something fans are not accustomed to hearing. Jones cursed multiple times during the appearance, and he seemed furious when a host asked him if he is “embarrassed” with the way things are going for the Cowboys.
Jerry Jones to start hisinterview when asked if he’s embarrassed: “Get your damn act together yourself. OK? Settle down just a little bit. … I don’t like your attitude to come in. I’ve been traveling all night and don’t have the patience to jack with you today.”
Jerry Jones sidesteps questions about Dak Prescott’s contract
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones doesn’t seem to be in a great mood following last week’s mistake-filled loss to the New England Patriots. After said loss, Jones did not exactly go to bat for head coach Jason Garrett. He’s now turning his attention to star quarterback Dak Prescott.When asked about the status of a Prescott extension on NFL Network Wednesday morning, Jones sidestepped the question. Instead, he talked about the need to win football games.Jerry Jones when asked on @gmfb about Dak’s contract: “Let me just say this, I think all of us, including the fans, want to win a damn football game.
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota)
The call dropped at one point during the interview after Jones used the term “bulls***.” While he seemed angry with the current state of affairs in Dallas, he placed the blame for the team’s struggles on himself.
“I completely understand the fans’ frustration with me,” Jones said,.
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Jones is right that he bears a lot of the responsibility for the Cowboys spiraling out of control. It probably was not wise of him toafter a loss to the New England Patriots a few weeks back, as Dallas was — and still is — very much in the playoff hunt. Now, it seems like everyone knows Garrett is a dead man walking, and it’s only natural for players to tune a coach out in a situation like that.
Jerry Jones: Jason Garrett Will Be Coaching in the NFL Next Year
Jerry Jones made his weekly appearance on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas this morning and gave his weekly affirmation that Jason Garrett is still the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. Will he be next year? Jerry was a bit more vague. Jerry Jones: “In my opinion, Jason Garrett will be coaching in the NFL next year.” — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December 3, 2019 That is beautifully unspecific. Will he be coaching the Cowboys? Is there more context? Yes. Jerry Jones on @1053thefan: “Nobody has the exclusive skills to get the job done so that collectively you can win a Super Bowl. But there are qualified people. Jason Garrett is one of them.
The NFC East is so weak that the Cowboys can still win the division despite their 6-7 record, but Troy Aikman. Perhaps Jerry feels the same way.
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