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October 30, 2011

Owner Jerry Jones is disappointed but says its not a cause for concern

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones labeled Sunday’s game against the Eagles as a potential foundation builder, one in which his team can use as a stepping stone for a possible second half run.

He looked at the Cowboys upcoming schedule and saw a few patsies.

There are games against Seahawks (2-5), Redskins (3-4), Dolphins (0-7) and Cardinals (1-6) up over the next five weeks along with a matchup against the Bills (5-2).

It’s was certainly an opportunity for a Cowboys team hopefully riding off  a victory against the Eagles to fatten up.

But that was before the Cowboys stepped into a 34-7 butt whipping Sunday night against the Eagles _ sending them back under .500 at 3-4 and looking like the same mediocre team they have been for more than a decade.

Yet a disappointed Jones was not ready to panic

“I am disappointed,” Jones said. “There’s no alarm. I want to be real clear: There is absolutely no alarm in me. We had a lot to gain. If we could come up here and win this ball game, we had a lot to gain. We understand that. They played outstanding. We did not play good at all. But they played outstanding. I give them their credit. They did what they had to do to be what we had in mind [that they were capable of]. But we’re going to step right back out. I’m going to say one more time: Not a cause for concern.”

Clarence E. Hill Jr.


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No cause for concern? Mad Magazine "Alfred E Neuman-Jones"

No Alarm in Jerry Jones? WTF! The cowboys played with no urgency last night. Jerry sound the Alarm!

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