Super Bowl hopes on the mind of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones

 | November 21, 2022

The impulsive owner switched his tune after his team earned a significant win.


After a loss to the Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones exhibited a lot of frustration with his team.

After a 40-3 win over the Minnesota Vikings this week, Jones changed his tune to believing his team is capable of winning the Super Bowl this season.

Jones has never shied away from being temperamental and letting his emotions get the best of him. His fair-weather tendencies often alienate him from his coaching staff and players.

Jones commented: “A resounding yes. Yes. Unequivocally. I think we've had adversity. We very easily could have more adversity.

“Yes, I think if we use the experience of what we're having in the season, then we're going to be playoff ready. But I sure do think that what I see out here right now is the team like that you could go get a Super Bowl with.”

To be fair, the Cowboys are 7-3 and only behind two teams in the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Minnesota Vikings.

The Eagles have a 9-1 record and lead the NFC East, the Vikings have an 8-2 record after being easily beaten by the Dallas Cowboys.

Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy added: “We had a good week. I think it's always rewarding as a football team when your process lines up with your performance.

“We wanted to come in here and play a complete game. We did. We had all the respect for these guys. They've been extremely productive on film, and we knew we needed to play at a high-level today -- and we did.”


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Ricky Gray

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