DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) – Straight out of the gate Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tells 105.3 The Fan’s GBag Nation “We did not play well” referring to the last minute 31-30 loss to the Detroit Lions last week.

“I think we are turning the corner in terms of getting our minds off that loss and we’ve got our eyes on where it ought to be against Minnesota. ” said Jones.

Looking back at the game in Detroit, when asked about Dez Bryant’s level of ‘maturity’ after the emotional outburst Jones replied, “I can only say that, off the field, in terms of his responsibility, doing things, attending meetings, being the kind of off the field, player of the team, then there has been dramatic improvement from when he got out of college.” Jones said “But we need more. Plus, it’s one that you really want to continue to get better.”

Looking forward to the Vikings game Sunday, Jones remained cautious even though the club is has only won a single game so far this season.

“I’m reminded of the two disappointing losses we had 2009 and 2010 – and we know we have a challenge this weekend.” said Jones.

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