The Dallas Cowboys offensive line was brutal in Week 10, and Jerry Jones doesn’t want to see the same kind of performance against the Philadelphia Eagles. With Tyron Smith sidelined again with an injury, Jones is threatening the unit to figure things out.
What exactly the consequences would be for a poor showing has been left to our imagination:
Jerry Jones does NOT want a repeat performance by the Cowboys offensive line from last week, "They've been forewarned ahead of time what can happen to them if they don't get it right" #DallasCowboys— Troy Hughes™ (@TommySledge) November 20, 2017
Hmm ... what are you going to do, Jerry?
It sounds like he’s going to send them to bed without supper. Maybe he’ll sue them considering, you know, he does like to do that.
The offensive line is relying on Byron Bell at left tackle, who got the spot after Chaz Green got demolished by Falcons defensive end Adrian Clayborn last week. There really isn’t much reason to be optimistic that the Cowboys will suddenly fix things against the Eagles.