Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray faced a barrage of questions from ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, who continuingly tried to hammer his point that the team shouldn't be referred to anymore as "America's Team" after only one playoff victory in 16 seasons, reports Jim Machota of the Dallas Morning News.
“The stats say we haven’t done those things you’ve said but all that matters is this year and right now,” Murray said. “We’re ready to take the next step and get things going.”
While criticism is prevelant among fans and the media, Murrray only has time to hear from those inside the organization. “We understand the expectations here in Dallas Cowboys Nation. We have a lot of great players and we’re definitely ready to change some things around here. We moved some things around in the off-season and we’re getting better. This year, we’re doing some things differently and we’re excited about where we’re going, where we’re heading.”