Despite the fact that the Dallas Cowboys were one drive away from defeating the Denver Broncos on Sunday, but ended up squandering the game away with another Tony Romo fourth quarter interception, owner Jerry Jones believes his team had a morale victory.
“I do. I know what’s going to happen to me when I say this, but that’s a good term,” Jones said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.” This is a morale victory. It’s not a loser talking here. We can build off this. I feel as good as you could possible feel at 2-3. We are going to win enough games to get where we want to be. And get knocking on the door to where we want to be. This was a moral victory to day for us..Yes.”
Jones praised Romo’s performance despite the interception.
“I see the fundamentals of what our plans were when we were in the off season and Romo was going to take more of a responsibility,” Jones said. “If he plays like that. We are going to have a heck of year and will be knocking on the door. We will beat most teams if we play like that.”