Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Calls 'Bullsh*t' During Interview About Team's Performance

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Calls 'Bullsh*t' During Interview About Team's Performance

The Dallas Cowboys haven't been doing too hot recently, and it's got Jerry Jones frustrated. After it was reported that screaming was heard from the Cowboys locker room following their Thanksgiving Day loss to the Buffalo Bills, Jones sat down for an interview on 105.3 The Fan to discuss how everything is going. Needless to say, the owner was not in a great mood.

"We're not playing very well," he explained as the interview started, before the tone turned sour. When asked if he is embarrassed of the Cowboys' losses and the organization, Jones responded, "Get your damn act together, yourself, ok... Settle down just a little bit. We have a lot to go over now go on with your question... I don't like your attitude. I've been traveling all night and I don't have the patience to jack with you today... Just ask some questions." 

While the interview did later settle down, Jones was dropped by the radio station for a short moment after he was heard muttering "bullshit." He returned after it was explained that the system at the station prevents guests from using curse words by cutting them off, and Jones has swore twice during the interview. 











Jones wasn't exactly in high spirits after the Cowboys loss on Thursday, either. As NFL reports, Jones made it clear to reporters that he was tired of "losing, losing, losing." He added, "I'm not trying to be funny here, but the point is that we've got to win a football game."