Sport NFL team owner: Football billionaire freaks out and snaps reporters at
'Andy's been Andy': How Dallas Cowboys will forge ahead this NFL season without franchise QB Dak Prescott
Playing without Dak Prescott for the first time since drafting the QB in 2016, the Cowboys hand the reins to Andy Dalton on Monday.Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was back at the Star for medical treatment early Thursday morning, just a few days after surgery for a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle. Teammates and coaches were thrilled to catch a smile on the face of the player whom they’d last seen carted off the field of AT&T Stadium, his ankle in a sterile splint, tears streaming down his face.
Somebody got up on the wrong foot.
The Dallas Cowboys are obviously nervous after the depressing start of the season in the professional football league NFL. "Shut up and let me answer," the billionaire team owner Jerry Jones (78) snapped at a radio presenter - and he fell from the clouds.Dallas Cowboys: Owner freaking out
Shan Shariff had Jones in the “Shan & R.J. Show ”on the channel 105.3 The Fan asked whether there was a leadership vacuum among the Cowboys.
Cowboys lose four-time All-Pro offensive guard Zack Martin in latest injury hit to offense
A Cowboys offensive line that already had lost bookend starters in the early season took another significant hit Monday with Zack Martin's injury.“It’s about continuity and consistency,” head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday night before kicking off against the Cardinals.
“No,” Jones replied after his outburst. When Shariff questioned the matter, Jones said, “You can't ask me that. I gave the answer. When I go into the cabin I don't see a vacuum. Now you have your answer, let's go on. ”
Gallery: First Gronk, now Kuechly - the NFL wears out its superstars (sport1.de)
Later the club boss apologized for his outburst.Dalls Cowboys: Tribe QB will no longer play
The Cowboys have lost five out of seven games this season..
head coach Mike McCarthy (56), who only started his job this year, is already controversial.
The owner is still behind the trainer and has his back: "If I had to choose a trainer to get through this situation, I would have the right man," said Jones: "He's had hard times and disappointing times."
On Tuesday night the cowboys have to compete with the Philadelphia Eagles. (sid)
Tua Tagovailoa has surprising comment about first hit he took .
On just his second snap of the game, Tagovailoa was sacked by star defensive lineman Aaron Donald and fumbled the ball away. The Rams promptly scored four plays later. Aaron Donald is a monster @AaronDonald97 @RamsNFL #LARvsMIA on FOX pic.twitter.com/008sKcNlY8 — The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) November 1, 2020 In spite of that, Tagovailoa indicated that he actually enjoyed taking the hit. “I don’t know who it was that took me off my feet and body-slammed me,” Tagovailoa said, via Cameron Wolfe of ESPN. “I’m not going to lie, I did enjoy getting hit that first time.