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November 11, 2013

Stephen Jones: Any time you’re having the type of issues we’re having, everybody comes under fire

The Cowboys' 32-point loss to the New Orleans Saints was their largest margin of defeat since a 45-7 loss to the Packers in 2010, the last game Wade Phillips coached for the Cowboys. Jason Garrett took over the following week against the Giants and is 26-24 since.

No one at Valley Ranch is happy with where the Cowboys stand heading into their bye week.

Though they are tied for the NFC East lead with the Eagles, the Cowboys are only 5-5 after back-to-back, 8-8 seasons. They are 109-109 since 2000 and 133-133 since 1997.

The Cowboys are evaluating everything this week, trying to fix what they can and Duct Tape everything else for a late-season run they hope gets them into the postseason.

“Any time you’re having the type of issues we’re having, everybody comes under fire,” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Monday on his weekly radio show on KRLD-FM. “That’s to be expected. That’s part of what accountability is. You deal with that. You stick with the things you believe in.”

-- Charean Williams

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