Jerry Jones is aware of how difficult Sunday’s playoff matchup with the 49ers will be.
Jones appeared on Dallas sports radio Tuesday morning to confirm that the team is ready for playoffs.
“They come tested. They come playoff ready. They’ll be tough. They’ll be a real, real mess to deal with out here Sunday,” Jones said.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on @1053thefan on the 49ers: “They come tested. They come playoff ready. They’ll be tough. … They’ll be a real, real mess to deal with out here Sunday.”
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) January 11, 2022
After beating the Rams in overtime, the 49ers won the final playoff spot in NFC.
With less than two minutes left in regulation, Jimmy Garoppolo was the quarterback. Robbie Gould won overtime and scored the game-winner.
The field goal was scored by Gould. Matthew Stafford was intercepted by the 49ers defense, and they were officially entered the tournament.
Even though Garoppolo has been recovering from a thumb injury, he looks ready to play in this game. After missing the previous week, Garoppolo finished that Rams game with 316 yard and one touchdown pass.
Dallas, meanwhile, comes in hit after scoring 51 points on the Eagles this past Sunday. Dak Prescott broke Tony Romo’s single-season touchdown passing record. He ended the season with 10 interceptions and 37 touchdown passes.
Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET.