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Jerry Jones Reacts To Washington Football Team's Bench Move

Jerry Jones meeting a fan.

LANDOVER, MD - OCTOBER 29: Cowboys owner Jerry Jones meets with fans prior to the start of the Dallas Cowboys against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field on October 29, 2017 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Roughly a week ago, the Washington Football Team decided that it would take their heated benches on the road with them for contests against the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles.

Washington's custom benches didn't give its players any advantage on Sunday night against the Cowboys, that's for sure.

On Tuesday morning, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones shared his thoughts on Washington bringing its own benches to AT&T Stadium. His response was epic.

"Those benches, I just assume keep them, if we can lock them down out there and maybe keep them there permanently," Jones said. "We’ve had good luck with those benches."

Cowboys fans are loving this response from Jones.

At the end of the day, the Cowboys got the last laugh. They absolutely dismantled Washington on national television, winning by a final score of 56-14.

Dak Prescott had one of the best games of his career, completing 28-of-39 pass attempts for 330 yards and four touchdowns.

The Washington Football Team won't have to worry about traveling with their benches this weekend. On Sunday, they will host the Eagles in a pivotal NFC East matchup.

As for Washington's regular season finale, it's unclear if the custom benches will make a trip to MetLife Stadium.