Cowboys owner Jerry Jones calls for ‘new energy’ at team after ‘bad season’
Dallas Cowboys owner and president Jerry Jones called on the team to turn its attention to “new energy” and put its focus on winning the 2017 season.
“There’s no reason for us to sit here and pretend we’re not competing,” Jones said.
“We need to be playing at a high level.
If you have a great year, we need to play at a great level.”
Jones said he believes the Cowboys have the right people to lead the team.
“I think we have the people that are going to get us to that place,” Jones told reporters.
“And I think we need the energy.”
The Cowboys have not won a playoff game since 1999, and the team has lost six straight home games, including two by double digits.
Dallas has gone 1-9 in the last 12 games.
“We have a lot of things we need from this organization, but our first priority is to play,” Jones added.
“I think that’s been proven.
We’re at the stage now where you need to take your focus off what you’re doing.
We’ve got to be the best we can be.
It’s time to move on.”
Our goal is to go to the playoffs.