Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talks about the critical comments by Troy Aikman, the expansion of Dak Prescott and the new team of Dez Bryant

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talks about the critical comments by Troy Aikman, the expansion of Dak Prescott and the new team of Dez Bryant

Jerry Jones has beaten some waves as he can, when he assured listeners on his radio show at 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM] Quarterback Dak Prescott would get a contract extension. The team owner explained this statement, his reaction to the criticism of Hall of Famer Troy Aikman and his thoughts on landing Dez Bryant in New Orleans during his radio appearance on Friday morning. The 3-5 cowboys visit on Sunday the rival Philadelphia.

Why does he want to extend Prescott despite the fighting of the crime?

"First of all, in terms of timing, when it was not addressed, I think Dak is now and in the future our quarterback without ambiguity, and that's the reason for that statement."

Troy Aikman, the quarterback of the Hall of Fame, said this week that the organization needs an overhaul. Jones noted that he expects criticism as owner / CEO. He's trying to build a competent team, but the organization's decisions are his, he said.

"We've been through difficult stretches as he's played here, these are difficult stretches, people are getting critical, take their shots, I'm aware that this is a time when we should be criticized."

On the former recipient Dez Bryant landing with the saints and what he expected when New Orleans visited Jerry World on November 29:

"I did not speak to him, no, but I congratulate him. I'm really proud of him. I think a lot of these guys in New Orleans. … I want the best for Dez and the best for Dez is that he's on this football field doing what he loves most. … you have a great year and I think it will be a great place for him. …

"I expect he'll have a lot of fans cheering on him, I'd hope so, he got our fans and the cowboys and gave us some great days, great pieces, great moments."

To the offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, who states that the below average offense begins with him:

"All I know is that it is impossible for anyone to be able to take possession of the disappointment we had against Tennessee, and everyone should have that possession, every person who is connected to the organization, there is no doubt that we that all have done.

You can lose a ball game in the NFL I'm banal and I know it, but it can happen to you The real test is how to get back from these setbacks. "

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