Deion Sanders refused to give the names of those he blames for the Dallas Cowboys' flaws but he confirmed that Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett are not on his list.
While doing a local radio interview Thursday, the Hall of Fame cornerback discussed why the Cowboys haven't had recent success.
"Jerry's not the problem," Sanders said on the Ben and Skin Show on 103.3 KESN-FM. "I think some of the players are the problem but you won't call them out. Tell me, was Jerry the problem on the field in Washington? What was the problem?"
Sanders, an NFL Network analyst, then said he wasn't calling out the "big name" players like Tony Romo and DeMarcus Ware because that would be "too easy." Instead, he focused on "some role players" that "aren't playing their roles."
"You don't have that many Geronimos or Lone Rangers on the Dallas Cowboys," Sanders said. "You got a bunch of Tontos. A bunch of Tontos, not too many Lone Rangers that are really riding the horse and calling the shots and able to p...