Things are about to start heating up around the Dallas Cowboys defense.
Jerry Jones has found a source of his frustation, and it’s his defensive players alone. Jones has started calling out players for their lack of production, and he fired his first shot at the big dawg on the Cowboys defense.
Jones said in his weekly radio show that the team should be getting more from defensive end DeMarcus Ware. The 31 year old Ware has just 6 sacks on the season, and has been battling injuries the past two years.
That still didn’t absolve him in Jones’ eyes.
“I don’t know, as far as evaluating where he is at his talent level as it regards to age,” Jones said on KRLD-FM, via the Dallas Morning News. “He’s a remarkable athlete. That shouldn’t be the case at all. He should actually be in the prime of his career, candidly, strength-wise, explosion-wise. That’s one of the things we got to, I think, count on is him having more impact in the game as he moves away from his injury.
“He’s feeling better and we should be able to count on better production from him.”
Your move DeMarcus.Powered by Sidelines