ARLINGTON, TEXAS – DECEMBER 29: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones looks on during the College Football Final semi-final Goodyear Cotton Bowl classic between Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Clemson Tigers at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Arlington , Texas. (Photo by Ron Jenkins / Getty Images)
So far, the afternoon game against the Philadelphia Eagles has not been a good one for Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys.
The Dallas offensive had problems throughout the day: Dak Prescott dropped out, Amari Cooper disappeared, and Jason Garrett did the wrong math. Philly leads 17-9 in the middle of the fourth quarter.
A loss would lower the cowboys to 7-8 a season and put their playoff hopes on life support. The ubiquitous owner, Jones, knows how much is at stake.
Maybe that’s why the FOX cameras caught him with his head in his hands in the fourth quarter. Jones didn’t even seem interested in speaking to former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who sits next to him in his box.
Why don’t they play better?
Not now, Chris pic.twitter.com/8T9L3QsYyv
– Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December 23, 2019
Dallas got the ball back just five minutes before the end, followed by eight.
If Prescott can’t plan a game drive, Jones and Christie will both go home blue.
Experience the end of Cowboys-Eagles on FOX.
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