Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones needs to be proud of his team’s most recent blowout win against the resilient Minnesota Vikings. Having already won against Buffalo Bill’s encounter, the Vikings were not allowed to score a single point in the first three-quarters of the game on Sunday.
In just a week, Jerry Jones went from being frustrated after the team’s miserable loss against the Green Bay Packers to expressing his views upon his team finally clinching the Super Bowl in the 2022-23 season.
“A resounding yes. Yes. Unequivocally yes,” Jones said when asked if his club is championship-caliber, as per NFL.com. “I think we’ve had adversity. We very easily could have some more adversity….Yes, I think if we use the experience of what we’re having in the season, then we’re going to be playoff-ready. But I sure do think that what I see out here right now is the team like that you could go get a Super Bowl with.”
Jerry Jones gets real on Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl aspirations
Dallas Cowboys generated a season high tally of seven sacks against a Quarterback (Kirk Cousins) who has dismantled the best of defensive units in the 2022-23 season. Moreover, special mention has to go to – Brett Maher who nailed all four of his kicks, including 2 of his 50-plus yards and a 60-yard at the end of the first half.
“I too thought this game was going to tell us what we are,” Jones added. “I don’t know that we’re that. I really don’t. But I know this, that we’re not a team that doesn’t respond when it’s wounded. Everybody thought against the Packers that we underplayed.
“I think you saw what happened when we got out here tonight and the team all came together. We’ll build from this.”