Stop us if you've heard this one before: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is making headlines for a very interesting statement about his team. Jones is easily the most-boisterous NFL owner and doesn't like to stay silent for long.
That brings us to something Jones said on Friday morning that had the NFL world laughing at its core. Jones thinks the Dallas Cowboys offense is comparable to that of the Los Angeles Rams - who just put over 550 yards of offense and 38 points up against the Minnesota Vikings.
"I don't think its a reach to think we could have that kind of productivity," Jones said on Friday morning, with regard to the Rams offense.
Here's more from Jon Machota of Dallas News.
The Cowboys offense with Dak Prescott under center has put up a total of 41 points through three games so far this season. That's an average of 13.7 points per game - which, unfortunately for Jerry Jones, isn't close to the 35 points per game the Rams are putting up.
Sorry Jerry, your offense is stagnant and the addition of Tavon Austin hasn't done much.