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Sport Jerry Jones snaps at radio host over ‘leadership void’ question

18:02  27 october  2020
18:02  27 october  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The Dallas Cowboys are coming off their second consecutive blowout loss, which naturally has led to a lot of questions about what they plan to do to address their long list of issues. Team owner Jerry Jones became very irritated with one of those questions on Monday.

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During his scheduled appearance on 105.3 The Fan, Jones was asked by host Shan Shariff and if the Cowboys have a leadership void. The 78-year-old became openly annoyed and at one point told the Shariff to “shut up and let me answer.” Here’s the audio:

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“Where would you have a leadership void? Is it an experience void? Is it a talent void? I’m not trying to be cute here. The answer is no,” Jones just before Shariff interjected. “Shut up and let me answer. No. … When I go into the locker room, there’s no leadership void in my eyes.”

Jones cooled down later in the interview and apologized. He admitted he is extremely frustrated and disappointed with the current state of the Cowboys.

Jones also threw support behind Mike McCarthy, saying the Cowboys wanted a coach who could had credibility when the “you-know-what hit the fan.” He feels McCarthy is doing an excellent job of handling adversity.

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The Cowboys are still very much in the hunt in the NFC East even at 2-5. What is more concerning than their record, however, is the way players anonymously bashed the coaching staff last week. McCarthy was also bothered by the lack of reaction from players when Andy Dalton was on the receiving end of a ruthless cheap shot. Those things have to be contributing to Jones’ irritability.

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