Jerry Jones: "That Game Really Enforced My Support In Dak"

Josh Clark
November 11, 2018 - 11:51 pm
Jerry Jones

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Philadelphia (105.3 The Fan) - Dak Prescott threw for 270 yards passing, and had two total touchdowns in the Cowboys upset win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night, sparking owner Jerry Jones to publicly support his young quarterback once again. 

"When you have those questions all around you and you play like that. ... It just really enforces my support of Dak," Jones said after the win. 

Jones also praised head coach Jason Garrett and his coaching staff, saying he's proud of each one of them.

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"You can imagine Jason Garrett's resolve before the game. I asked him before the game if he was feeling any pressure and he said 'it just makes me want to go out even more and turn this thing (around).' I'm so proud for each and every one of them," Jones said.

"I like this football team. I like the personnel. I like the coaching staff. I like everything about it," Cowboys COO Stephen Jones added following the win.

Jerry Jones said following the Cowboys loss to the Tennessee Titans last Monday that he didn't anticipate any more in-season coaching changes and said on 105.3 The Fan that Prescott will get an extension despite his and the offense's struggles. 

Offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, Prescott and Garrett quieted the doubters for at least one week after this offensive performance against the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles in their own building. 

Dallas had 410 total yards of offense, their second highest output of the season.