Jerry Jones’ grandson is a savage.
The Dallas Cowboys finished the regular season last night in a huge way by destroying the Philadelphia Eagles on the road, 51-26. At the end of the game, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was seen in his luxury suite speaking with Chris Christie.
At one point, an Eagles fan tried to get Jerry to sign his shirt. His grandson looked at it, saw an eagles logo on it, and tossed it right back.
“A lot going on here. Jerry Jones telling jokes to Chris Christie. Eagles fan trying to get Jerry to sign an Eagles shirt. Jerry’s grandson throwing it back,” Cowboys reporter Jon Machota tweeted.
Dak Prescott completed 21-of-27 passes for 295 yards and five touchdowns. He broke ex-Cowboys signal-caller Tony Romo’s single-season franchise record for passing touchdowns along the way, finishing with 37 on the year.
The Cowboys finished the the season at 12-5 and will be somewhere between the No. 2 and No. 4 seed in the playoffs depending on what happens with the games today.