DALLAS, Texas (105.3 THE FAN) – The Cowboys suffered one of their most humiliating home losses this season on a day that was meant for giving thanks.
The NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles, both with an impressive NFL Week 13 record of 8-3, got together Thursday night in what many thought would be an evenly-match game. It turned out to be any but that as the Eagles easily beat the Cowboys 33-10.READ MORE: Rowlett Restaurant Owner Explains No-Mask Policy After Asking Family To Leave
Cowboys owner/General Manager Jerry Jones sounded anything but positive on his weekly Jerry Jones Show on 105.3 The Fan, in fact Jones was down right apologetic to the people who decided to spend their holiday at AT&T Stadium.
“We really stunk it up all the way around,” said Jones. “I’m very disappointed for our fans.”
Romo looked ragged in the first quick turnaround for his surgically repaired back as the Cowboys lost their third straight home game.READ MORE: Rangers Stop Lynn, Beat AL Central-Leading White Sox 2-1
“He (Romo) was more frustrated than all of us” said Jones.
“Their fronts on both sides of the ball beat us real good. I’d like to think that won’t happen again.” said Jones knowing that the Cowboys will be facing the Eagles again, in Philadelphia, on December 14th.