Jerry Jones won’t go into details cause New York Giants are “listening and watching”

June 11, 2013; Irving, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talks during a press conference after minicamp at Dallas Cowboys Headquarters. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Recently Dallas Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones said he has the mind of a 40 year-old. If he does, it’s a 40 year-old conspiracy theorist who is scouring the internet to read as much as he can on Edward Snowden while listening to 2 Chainz’s single “Feds Watchin.”

During a radio interview on the New School show Tuesday morning on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM] Jones declined to give details about their game plan and changes from last season.

Why? Because the New York Giants, their opponents in the season opener, are listening and watching.

“I assure you they’re listening and watching,” Jones said.

Ok, we’re kidding. I’m sure the Giants would look at his comments to see what he said and revealed. At the same time though if they did would they really trust it? A team official could give information in an interview to intentionally mislead opponents as well.

Jones did give up some details.

“We’re certainly not the same team we were when we finished last year,” Jones did say. “We’re not doing the same things. You haven’t seen much of it, but we’re not doing the same things offensively that we did last year. We’re certainly not doing the same things in the secondary.”

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, New York Giants

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