Jerry Jones: Cowboys 'not in anything' without improved play

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The 25-year-old Titans safety then ran to midfield and posed on the Cowboys' star logo.

"I think we realize we have eight games to go, we've got a long way to go in this season", Jones said. The Cowboys will have big financial decisions to make about defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, running back Ezekiel Elliott, wide receiver Amari Cooper and cornerback Byron Jones that could impact the timing of any deal for Prescott. "I thought we would be sitting here with a positive result". "We want to play better than we played tonight, so I certainly think each individual and coach and front office person is going to have to do better, including me".

Jones was peppered with questions about Garrett's job security after the loss to the Titans, at one point flatly saying he wouldn't fire him during the season.

"I very candidly didn't see this coming", Jones said.

When asked whether there could be a change with offensive coordinator Scott Linehan, Jones said, "I'm not anticipating any more coaching changes". Now when you're halfway through the season, losing a ballgame in the National Football League, if that causes you to be deterred or to not think that there's a future ahead of you, then you've picked the wrong world to operate in. "Our record could be better than it is right now, and we'd still be in trouble".

After leading the Cowboys to a 13-3 mark in 2016, when he threw 23 touchdown passes and just four interceptions on his way to winning the Rookie of the Year award, Prescott is 12-12 in his past 24 games with 32 touchdown passes and 18 interceptions. We're not in anything if we don't play better.

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