Jerry Jones locked out of Cowboys locker room following loss vs. Falcons

Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, was locked out of his own locker room following his teams loss to the Atlanta Falcons
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The Cowboys have had a rough go at it this season, and currently sit at a disappointing 3-5, following their loss to the still undefeated 8-0 Atlanta Falcons. Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner and self-proclaimed general manager, was not allowed into the locker room after the Cowboys’ fourth loss in five games.

Jones has reason to be angry, as the Cowboys once again had a game of mistakes that piled up to a loss, this time, they just weren’t on the stat sheet. The Falcons played better, more consistent football on both sides of the ball.

Despite the Cowboys’ struggles and a 3-5 record, their hardest days are behind them. Seven of their final eight games are against opponents who currently have a losingrecord. Two games behind the division lead, the possibilities of a division championship still aren’t out of reach. However, if the Cowboys continue to make a mistakes, I can guarantee that Jerry will be doing a lot more than pounding on locker room doors in the off-season





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