Jerry Jones isn’t happy.
Following a successful start to the season, the Cowboys came out completely flat on Sunday, and dropped a dud against the Denver Broncos.
Dak Prescott was bad, the running game couldn’t get going, and the defense was outplayed up front from the very start – all of which resulting in an unexpected 30-16 loss.
During his weekly press conference, Jerry Jones spoke, and you could feel the disappointment in his words.
“The thought of getting beat was not in my mind. … I do believe we let the momentum get away from us, and it reflected in our body language. … When you don’t concentrate on just the physicalness. … You can have what happened to you the other day,” Jones said during an appearance on Shan and RJ on 105.3 The Fan. We thought we were ready. … We weren’t, and that’s as flat as any team I’ve seen. We’ve got to get back. … We let our home crowd not get into the game the way you expect a home crowd to do. We basically played what seemed lackadaisical.”
Jerry Jones couldn't get any more frank about that game against the Broncos 👀
To him, he thinks the team was “internally overconfident” heading into the game and were “not ready” as a result. pic.twitter.com/On9yRxUA59
— Cowboys Nation (@CowboysNationCP) November 9, 2021
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Jerry Jones set the tone for the 2021 season when he declared on “Hard Knocks” that he was willing to do ‘anything’ for a Super Bowl.
It’s been a while for Dallas, but I don’t think it does much good to panic after one terrible loss. Dallas is still far-and away the best team in the NFC East. And they’ll have plenty of time to get their offense back in order.
Jerry Jones’ boys were due for a letdown, and perhaps it’s better to get the bad one out of the way sooner rather than later.