NFL: Cowboys Owner To Make Crucial Changes
About a couple of weeks ago he would claim that Wade Philips’ future at Dallas Cowboys isn’t uncertain. After Sunday’s night embarrassing defeat in front of Green Bay Packers, Dallas’s owner Jerry Jones refused to speak about coach state at the club. The Cowboys suffered a 45-7 defeat against Packers at Lambeau Field, thing which made Jones a bit nervous. Dallas has never fired a coach in the mid-season. Jones didn’t tell media that Philips would stay in Dallas, but on the contrary, he said that there’ll be some people who will suffer all the consequences for the situation.
On the other hand, Jones wouldn’t blame all the aspects that drove Dallas in this unpleasant situation. But in the same time, he claimed, there are several important issues that must be resolved immediately. Cowboys are to a 1-7 match record this season, five of the seven losses being conceded in a row. They are also to a 1-3 away negative record. Jones declared after Sunday’s game that he’s got no a lot of decisions to make, plus another several changes. Said the owner: “I’ve got a lot of work to do, got a lot of decisions to make. And it’s not just one, two, three or four. There are several decisions. I think everybody in this country would agree that there’s a lot wrong with this team that we’ve got to address, and I’m certainly the one to address it.” On the other side, coach Philips declared after the shameful defeat that indeed his team played like a poorly coached team.
Nevertheless, Jones assumed Dallas’s defeat, considering that the Packers simply dominated the Cowboys in every phase. The first quarter went clean for both sides, but the second saw Green Bay scoring 28 points, unlike Dallas’s seven. The second period was also the one in which Dallas has most of the points in a quarter. Aaron Rodgers threw for 289 yards on Sunday to add other three touchdowns. This was also Packers’ third win in a row after they also beat Minnesota Vikings. Green Bay are to a 6-3 match record, 4-1 at home. J. Jones threw for 123 yards and one touchdown, as well. Coach Mike McCarthy couldn’t believe his eyes the final result, claiming that he expected his team to play very well, but not win that clear. What Philips could only say was that Dallas needs to work over and over again in order to put Sunday’s result behind.11