Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Jerry Jones must be getting to a point where his patience runs out. His hot and cold Cowboys can’t get untracked from inconsistency. However, Jones still has a lot of confidence in his team. The Cowboys are coming off their bye and know they have to start making noise. Falling behind New York or Philadelphia doesn’t bode well going down the stretch. Jones spoke to Elf & Slater on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas: “We thought we would play better in the last three ball games. … I would say that we’re not up to expectation, but certainly at this juncture not in any way dismayed and not in any way thinking we won’t be the team that we want to be. All over the league I see a league that’s basically 2-2. … Basically it really speaks — starting the year — to how even everything is. And that’s a plus for us as we sit here at this time looking ahead. We haven’t really lost ground. We might have missed some opportunities to gain ground, but we haven’t lost ground. Secondly, I think we’re going to have a chance to be significantly better — the kinds of things that are beating us are the kinds of things that coaches and players can correct. I think that we’ve got a chance to be healthy. This bye week came along at a good time. Normally you don’t want a bye week when you’ve got to stew in it. You’ve had a disappointing game, you’ve gotta live in it for two weeks. But in this particular case, considering getting some nicks and bruises healed up as well as stewing in it and reevaluating, looking at some of the things that, nuances we can do better, Looking at some of the tendencies that we might change. All of that can be a plus for us.”
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