SJ - October 23, 2020
Cowboys fans are six games into another disappointing season. Their first look at the new and improved offense with Andy Dalton at the helm didn't inspire much confidence in the rest of the season.
Not surprisingly owner Jerry Jones doesn't share the lack of confidence his fans have in the Cowboys. In fact he thinks Dallas will be buyers at the trade deadline.
From Larry Brown Sports:
The Dallas Cowboys did not give fans much hope for a postseason push in Andy Dalton’s first game under center last weekend, but Jerry Jones is nowhere near ready to give up on the season.
During his appearance on 105.3 The Fan Friday morning, Jones said the Cowboys are “more likely to add” a player or players at the Nov. 3 trade deadline than they are to be sellers. He would not go into specifics about positions of need for Dallas, but Jones said the team has its “eyes wide open,” according to Jon Machota of The Athletic.
What will the Cowboys be buying? A quarterback? A new defense? They need a lot of work.
Despite the holes in the roster and the 2-4 start they're somehow still in the mix in the NFC East.