Jerry Jones Has Telling Comment About Cowboys Offense Before Chiefs Game

Two of the NFL’s top five offenses will meet in a shootout that should produce high scores.

The No. The No. 1 Dallas Cowboys, and the No. The Arrowhead Stadium will host the fourth-ranked Kansas City Chiefs (yards/game) in Week 11.

Jerry Jones, longtime Dallas owner, was confident when asked how his Cowboys offense compares to that of the Chiefs unit.

Jones stated that he believes the team has a strong, physical offensive unit. This was per the Dallas Morning News. I don’t want that to be said at the expense Kansas City’s. That is what I think about and that is when we get our edge in passing. Dak [Prescott] excels at taking advantage what the opposing defenses do to manage our running games. It sounds almost cliché, but that’s how offense should be played. This is where we have our strengths. The offensive line is one of our greatest strengths. We have skilled players, I’m sure. That’s why I believe that our best asset is the skill players.

Patrick Mahomes and Chiefs are the NFL’s leaders with 4,056 yards. However, Dak Prescott and Cowboys have 433.9 yards per game (compared to KC’s 405.6).

The Cowboys are also the league’s leader in points per match (31.6). The Chiefs are ranked at No. With 26.2 ppg, the Chiefs are ranked at No.

Tomorrow’s game starts at 4:25 p.m. ET.

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