Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott better get his game on because by the looks of how Jerry Jones was cussing him out, things are NOT so peachy.
Dak Prescott continues to play for the Cowboys without a deal inked on paper, and Jerry Jones’ wants to make sure his financial investment is worth the big bucks. Basically, there seems to be a narrative that his price tag is fluctuating with every win or loss. Read on…
Jerry Jones channeling all #Cowboys fans.
“C’mon Dak!” pic.twitter.com/hwNEPu4OPd
— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) October 6, 2019
CelebNSports247.com has the latest from the Dallas Cowboys after TV cameras caught old Jerry Jones cussing ot Dak Prescott as he watched from his perch.
At the end of the day Jerry is a Dallas Cowboys fan though and though, and he just so happens to own and run the team.
Basically, Jones lost it when Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw his third interception of the game against the Green Bay Packers, Jones wasn’t exactly enthused.
The Fox broadcast flashed over to Jones’ suite after that third pick, and we could see as the owner shouted, “Come on, Dak!” Yeah, he wasn’t happy.
Dak hits Amari Cooper in STRIDE and he SPINS his way into the ENDZONE! ?#GBvsDAL
— PFF (@PFF) October 6, 2019
Jerry Jones has never been more relatable than that moment right there.
What we are hearing is that Dak Prescott continues to play through this season without a new contract, there seems to be a narrative that his price tag is fluctuating with every win or loss.
Here is what Jones said via DallasCowboys.com:
Well, first of all, the narrative about his financial as opposed to how he’s playing is laughable. It’s just not that way. It’s too much on both ends of that for both ends of the team and for Dak to equate his performance, stats, or won-loss these first two or three games.
Let me get that real clear. It’s not impacting that with me at all. But I do see Dak showing the ability to handle adversity and basically go out and make the kind of plays that win important games for the Cowboys in the future. I see that