Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gives his support to quarterback Dak Prescott

Jose Verdugo
Noviembre 8, 2018

A lot of this game went more towards the negative for the Cowboys, with the team falling to 3-5 overall.

Prescott is under contract through 2019, but the Cowboys can begin negotiations on an extension after this season if they choose.

"I think we realize we have eight games to go, we've got a long way to go in this season", Jones said.

Jones also said that he will not fire head coach Jason Garrett this season. A few weeks after strongly backing Scott Linehan when asked if he still had faith in his offensive coordinator, Garrett had a different tone when asked if he envisioned a scenario where he took over play-calling.

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The Cowboys hoped those moves would energize them coming into the Tennessee game, but the Cowboys failed to score a point in the second half. "What I recognize is not so much the three wins and five losses but the way we lost this game and the way we played in the game".

"I don't know how to articulate my patience or lack thereof, and I'm not trying to be smart, " Jones said. Now when you're halfway through the season, losing a ballgame in the National Football League, if that causes you to be deterred or to not think that there's a future ahead of you, then you've picked the wrong world to operate in.

Since taking over for Phillips, Garrett has posted a 70-58 record with just two playoff appearances and one postseason victory. He was named the NFL's Coach of the Year in 2016 after guiding Dallas to a 13-3 season.

"I don't like the way we played tonight", Jones said. We have to play better. The changes looked good early, with Cooper scoring the first Dallas touchdown and star running back Ezekiel Elliott having 75 yards from scrimmage in the first quarter. "We just didn't play very well".

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