Jerry Jones Criticizes Cowboys Coaching Staff For Losing Without Romo
Tell us how you really feel, Jerry Jones.
You’d think the Dallas Cowboys owner would have been happy after his team pulled off a suspenseful 19-16 victory over the Washington Redskins on Monday night. Not quite.
While speaking with reporters, Jerry seemed to take some not-so-subtle shots at the Cowboys’ coaching staff, including head coach Jason Garrett.
Via the Star-Telegram:
“I am stunned that we haven’t been able to win more games without Tony,” said Jones, who signed Garrett to a five-year, $30 million extension last offseason.
“And I would have thought that we could have coached it up enough, and put it together enough, that we would not have lost those games without Romo early. We would be in better shape than we are right now.”
Sorry Jerry, but this is what you get for believing that Brandon Weeden is one of the league’s most gifted passers. Next time you should go out and buy your team a real back-up quarterback. I hear Johnny Football could be available next season (wink, wink).