The Green Bay Packers over came a huge deficit to defeat the Dallas Cowboys. The result was shocking after the big lead the Cowboys raced out too.
“That’s a shame that we’ve lost that ballgame,” Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said, via ESPN.
When the Cowboys lose in spectacular fashion like that, especially one where play calling was questionable, Jones is asked about head coach Jason Garrett and his job security. Jones doesn’t want to talk about it though.
“Let me just say this: I’m clear and I don’t choose to talk about that or talk about several things about the franchise right now,” Jones said, via ESPN Dallas. “This is not appropriate to talk about it right now. We’ve just had a loss.
“Are you going to be back? Are you going to be back? Are you going to be back? Each one of you guys going to be back?” Jones added, pointing to individual reporters. “I’m going to be back. So will everybody else be back that’s in [the Cowboys' locker room]? Everybody that’s eligible and has got a contract.”
“I was firm for one night at that time and that doesn’t call for me having to be firm every morning I get up,” Jones said. “So I was real firm then, so take that to the bank. Just take that to the bank. I’m not going to sit here and every time I see you guys ask whether I’m firm or not. We can all play that game.”
Topics: Dallas Cowboys