“When you look at the context of my answer to that question, you’ll see that I never got into specifics about one side of the ball or the other in that response,” said Jones. “I was talking about our team’s performance as a whole in those games, where we pretty much had our full complement of starters on both sides of the ball.”
The Cowboys spotted Seattle 10 points back in Week 2, thanks to a fumble on the opening kickoff that resulted in a field goal and then a blocked punt returned for a touchdown. The Seahawks used the early lead to cruise to a 27-7 win. Two weeks later against the Bears, the Cowboys turned the ball over six times, including five interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns in a 34-18 loss.
Remember the part where I said the whole team was healthy for the Seattle game and I said only Church was out for Chicago? Remember where I said that the defense or Rob Ryan were never mentioned?
Yeah I am patting myself on the back, but sometimes you have to shove a dogs nose in the feces to get the message across.
So who is going to be the first to claim that Jones and Eatman are lying?