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

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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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