Jerry Jones backs off litigation threat over Roger Goodell

  • Jerry Jones backs off litigation threat over Roger Goodell

Jerry Jones backs off litigation threat over Roger Goodell

A few players muttered to no one in particular as they walked, shoulders slumping, into the loser's locker room.

Another game, another blowout. That will come three weeks after TCU's 38-20 loss to the Sooners.

Think about it: A team that began the season with Super Bowl aspirations is essentially out of playoff contention before Black Friday.

Arlington - In a shockingly similar result to their last two games, the Cowboys fell victim to a second-half LA Charger surge and got blown out 28-6, handing Dallas their third consecutive loss, all but dashing their postseason hopes.

Los Angeles led 3-0 at halftime and 16-0 entering the fourth quarter as the Cowboys extended their pathetic streak without a touchdown to 10 quarters.

Jones is "absolutely not" considering firing Head Coach Jason Garrett at this time.

There is a sense though that Garrett along with Offensive Coordinator Scott Linehan and Defensive Coordinator Rod Marinelli have collectively hit their ceiling as the top coaches here.

So none of us should be surprised the Cowboys keep getting blown out.

Speaking to CNN's Coy Wire on Wednesday, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones Said that he appreciated that the president continued to speak out on the issue.

Garrett signed a five-year, $30 million contract extension after going 12-4 in 2014. He is not thinking about any drastic changes now. Becoming the first Cowboys coach to lose three straight games by 20 or more points at the helm of America's Team since Landry, a price is going to have to be paid somewhere in Dallas as their 2017 season sits at 5-6 and in need of saving. "I don't resent it at all, but I want to put it in perspective that this is indefensible what we're doing". The vote of confidence, yes, I want to say it the best way I can.

Besides, the reality is Jerry hates paying dudes not to work.

According to Fox Sports, Jones said there will be an owners-only meeting to discuss National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell's contract on December 13 in the Dallas area.

Still, if this free fall doesn't stop, it's an indictment of Garrett and the coaching staff, and Jerry is going to eventually demand somebody's coaching whistle.

"If there is anything that is disrespectful to the flag then we will not play", Jones said. "That's my job. That's our job as a coaching staff". They've scored a total of 22 points during their three-game skid, which coincided with the beginning of running back Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension.

The New York Giants battled the Washington Redskins on Thursday night. They're certainly winnable games, considering none of those teams are above.500, but this is a team in disarray.

Garrett believes he still has the ear of the team.

It didn't help one iota because the game has never been about pep talks and speeches.

Baylor true freshman quarterback Charlie Brewer was 19-of-29 passing for 301 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. "Yes, I do, because I think we've got players that have played at a high level, won games".

Prescott, the second-year quarterback, is more realistic.

Ever been this frustrated before? "But the other three, they've got a chance to play", said Jones referring to left tackle Tyron Smith, linebacker Anthony Hitchens and kicker Dan Bailey. Thank you very much!