The Dallas Cowboys no longer have shot at playoffs after Sunday’s Game.
Wired PR News.com – The Dallas Cowboys suffered another upsetting loss on Sunday, leaving no chances left for entering the playoffs this season. As reported by CBS 11 News, the Cowboys lost the game 44-6 to the Philadelphia Eagles.
As quoted of player Terrell Owens in the CBS 11 report, in regards to the major loss, “It just kind of summed our season up… It was just terrible.”
Some have speculated as to whether the season will have an affect on the job security of current Cowboys coach Wade Phillips. However, owner Jerry Jones has publicly stated, as quoted in the report “We won’t have a head coaching change, no.” Regarding Sunday’s loss, Jones also commented, “I didn’t think we’d have a score like we had tonight… I’m aware this is the National Football League and you can fall short. This is going to be hard to take. I’ll evaluate everything — everything — thoroughly. I’m not in the mood to be making any changes, I’ve said that. But that’s far different then making changes on how we approach things, what we do, and all of that is very appropriate.”
The Cowboys will spend next season in their new billion-dollar stadium, which was constructed to seat 100,000 people.