The Washington Football Team decided a week ago that they would be taking their heated benches with them on the road for games against the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles.
Washington’s custom benches did not give its players an advantage against the Cowboys on Sunday night, that’s certain.
Tuesday morning, Jerry Jones Cowboys owner shared his thoughts about Washington bringing its own benches into AT&T Stadium. His response was amazing.
Jones stated, “Those benches, I assume you keep them. If we can lock them down outside, maybe they will stay there forever.” “We’ve had great luck with those benches.”
Jerry Jones on WFT bringing their own benches to Dallas in response to the Cowboys bringing their own benches to Washington: “Those benches, I just assume keep them, if we can lock them down out there and maybe keep them there permanently. We’ve had good luck with those benches.” pic.twitter.com/EPpSHNEOO1
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December 28, 2021
This is what Cowboys fans love about Jones.
The Cowboys had the last laugh at the end. They dominated Washington on national television and won by a score of 56-14.
Dak Prescott’s game was one of his best. He completed 28 of 39 pass attempts for 330 yards, and scored four touchdowns.
Washington Football Team will not have to travel with their benches this weekend. They will be hosting the Eagles on Sunday in an important NFC East matchup.
It’s not clear if Washington’s regular-season finale will see the custom benches make it to MetLife Stadium.