Saturday November 29th, 2014

Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said on his weekly radio show Friday that his team "stunk it up" in Thursday's 33-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium.

The Eagles outscored the Cowboys 23-7 in the first half and shut out Dallas' offense in the second half. Philadelphia outgained the Cowboys 464-267.'s Chris Burke noted that Dallas had trouble protecting quarterback Tony Romo, who threw for 199 yards and zero touchdowns with two interceptions.

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"Very disappointed from yesterday’s game," Jones said. "I’m disappointed for our fans. Our stage was set. Gosh, we had one of the greatest crowds we’ve ever had in that stadium. They were ready to do their part, and we just didn’t do it on the field. We really stunk it up all the way around."

The loss left Dallas in second place, behind the Eagles, in the NFC East. The Cowboys (8-4) face the Bears (5-7) in Chicago on Dec. 4.

[Pro Football Talk]


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