Jerry Jones reveals the real problem with Cowboys’ offense

The Dallas Cowboys offense is not the same as it was in the first few weeks of the season. Although the Cowboys are well-placed to make the playoffs, there is no doubt that their offensive problems are a concern. Jerry Jones Cowboys owner, revealed the true problem with the Dallas offense during a radio interview.

Jerry Jones believes that recent ‘errant’ passes are due to the Cowboys wide receivers, not Dak Prescott. This is a strange way to read it, especially when you consider that the Cowboys have one of the best receiver rooms in the NFL.

Jones may have a point. However, Prescott and Jones’ timing might be a bit off because wideouts CeeDee Lamb or Amari Cooper have been in the Cowboys lineup. Jones also reiterated his belief that Prescott is well, which was questioned after the signal-caller suffered a hamstring injury.

It doesn’t matter if it’s Prescott, or the wideouts. The Cowboys had two games with more than 290 passing yards, two touchdowns, and two games with less than 250 yards in the last four games.

If the Cowboys want to reach Jerry Jones ‘s goals, they need Prescott and their receivers to be the best possible.


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