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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has always been quite vocal about his team and in this case their opponents.
During one stretch early on Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins went down with an apparent injury. According to our good friend Mike Garafolo tight end Jason Witten was accusing Jenkins of faking the injury to slow the Cowboys' hurry-up offense down.
That sentiment carried into the Cowboys locker room after when Jones told Dallas reporters that he too thought the Giants were faking injuries throughout the night.
"It was so obvious it was funny" Jones said via ESPN Dallas.
At this point we think Jones was referring specifically to the Jenkins injury.
Dan Connor suffered a burner and did not return.
Prince Amukamara needed to be checked for a concussion and did not return.
Ryan Mundy returned to the game but not after a concussion evaluation.
Either way it's interesting to hear Jones call the Giants out on that one.
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was pretty amused at how Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins stayed on the ground during a drive in which Dallas was moving the ball with ease.
Jerry Jones on Giants faking injuries to slow down Cowboys' hurry-up offense: "It was so obvious it was funny."
— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) September 9, 2013
What Jenkins did isn’t new...
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Jerry Jones finally had a reason to gloat and then added insult to the Giants’ injuries after Sunday night's 36-31 whooping over his New York rival, accusing Big Blue of faking injuries to slow the Cowboys hurry-up offense. "It was so obvious it was funny," the Cowboys owner said after his team beat the Giants for the first time inside his billion dollar playground...
The Giants are denying an allegation from Dallas owner Jerry Jones that they faked injuries during a long touchdown drive by the Cowboys in New York's season-opening loss.
Jones said after a 36-31 Dallas victory Sunday night that ''it was so obvious it was funny'' when linebacker Dan Connor and defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins went out on consecutive plays in...
Looks like Chipotle to me. Burrito bowl. Black bean. Probably went with the vegetables. Hot salsa. Extra sour cream. Cheese.
Witten isn’t pussin’…
Hope you’re not eating while watching Jason Witten puking on the sideline.
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