Cowboys owner Jerry Jones isn’t exactly in doom-and-gloom mode about his team’s prospects going forward, but he admits he’s still a bit bothered by the 49-17 loss to the Saints.
“That was a rough one in New Orleans," Jones told 105.3-FM The Fan, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “We have not (recovered). That was one that should and will hang with us a little while. Unlike those one or two point losses, it's one that should get your attention.”
Of course, Jones is notorious for pointing out “those one or two point losses” as a sign that the team is headed in the right direction--although, one could counter, the Cowboys seem to have been losing those a games a vast majority of the time, lately.
“We got six more games,” Jones said. “It's before us if we want to take it. That's the way we should look at it. It would be wrong to look at the past weekend and count it out and say 'that's the way we are'.”
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