Those complaints about on-field glare at the Cowboys’ $1.2 billion stadium? Youstick ’em where the sun doesn’t shine, Jerry Jones says.
“But the sun has not been a factor at all in any win or loss we’ve had in that stadium.”
The Cowboys play their two remaining home day games in the 3:30 CT time slot, meaning the sun could again be an issue. Their other two remaining home games are in primetime.
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“It’s a tough one,” he said. “Thankfully, we get to go right back at it Thursday. I’ll watch this a couple times and hopefully forget about it and move on.”
Prescott was without both a suspended Ezekiel Elliott and an injured Tyron Smith for a second consecutive game, but he said ”there are no excuses.”
“We’re not putting it together,” Prescott said. “We get the running game going and the passing game is not, we get the passing game going and the running game is not. Us as players, we’ve just got to find a way to get it done better on the field.”
Luckily for Prescott, his shot to rinse the taste of Sunday out of his mouth comes quickly as Dallas hosts the Chargers at 4:30 p.m. ET Thanksgiving Day.
Instead, Jagr got a contract with the Calgary Flames, which means a full season of Jagr assaulting the record books, Jagr defying the expectations for what a 45-year-old athlete can accomplish and Jagr extolling his Hockey Jedi wisdom during every tour stop with bon mots like, “If someone loses their speed, they are going to replace him with somebody quicker. That’s why you have to have something that nobody has, so that they can’t replace you.”