Jerry Jones gets testy with radio host after being asked if he is embarrassed
The Dallas Cowboys lost their third consecutive game on Thursday night and, as you might expect, Jerry Jones is not handling it well. © Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY SportsJones 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.
Specifically, the refs -- it may have been Anderson' s crew but with help from New York -- apparently looked at video and audio of the coin toss and determined Prescott did in fact say "defer" and therefore decided to give the Cowboys the ball for the second half . It' s the smart move to avoid controversy
The Cowboys won the coin toss and thus got to pick whether they or the Rams would get the ball UPDATE: Dak Prescott did say defer to the 2 nd half , but only after he said "defense" and "kick Huddle up with Anderson at half , give the Cowboys the ball to start the second half and make sure
Even thoughdid a pretty good job of in this one, everything turned out properly after all.
After a halftime discussion, the crew decided to correctly award the first kickoff of the second half to Dallas. Once they reviewed the footage and realized Prescott clearly told official Walt Anderson that he wanted to "defer" after initially saying "kick," the league realized they actually had the power to make things right here.
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However, after the play Bradford complained to the refs that he was hit in the facemask, which is why he threw the ball away. After a one-week break for Thanksgiving, the Color Rush uniforms returned Thursday. Although there was nothing exciting about the Cowboys ' uniforms -- they wore the same
Dez Bryant tried to catch a pass from Tony Romo that he dropped. Giving the Packers the ball and win. People will say that cost them the game. No how about
Cowboys get ball to start second half. All is right in the world.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)
Dallas, of course, is in the process of blowing the doors off the Rams, but what's right is right. No matter the final result, we won't have a cloud of unfairness surrounding this one. Nope, only a cloud of incompetence!
An acrobatic Sean Lee late in the first half helped Dallas pile on 28 points, after it initially seemed they'd be stuck entering the half only up 14 (or less) and losing the ball to begin the third quarter.
RT if this Sean Lee interception just made you the happiest— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) fan! |
Nope. 31-3, after the ball was properly awarded to the 'Boys. All's well that ends well.
New York Giants' Eli Manning to start at QB on 'Monday Night Football' vs. Philadelphia Eagles
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning will return to the field against the Philadelphia Eagles on "Monday Night Football" in place of Daniel Jones.The move was expected, as coach Pat Shurmur revealed Jones' injury — a high ankle sprain suffered Sunday against the Packers — on Wednesday. The only other quarterback on the Giants' roster is Alex Tanney, who played one career game with the Tennessee Titans in 2015.
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Report: NFL to discuss coin-toss rule change .
The NFL is expected to discuss simplifying the coin-toss rules for the 2020 season, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.It's anticipated the discussion will focus on reducing confusion about what players need to say during the toss and seeing if there's a way to simplify the language, Schefter adds.