Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been known to offer some
confusing analyses on his players and team.
The latest came after Dak Prescott helped lead the Cowboys to a
31-26 win over the Washington Redskins in Week 12.
Seemingly discussing Prescott’s 39 rushing yards and rushing
touchdown against Washington, Jones remarked, “You see him run by
a secondary player, and then he puts that stiff arm, you quit
worrying about him. He’s the daddy.”
When asked about Jones’ comments, however, Prescott was not so
sure about the meaning.
“I don’t know what that means,” Prescott told reporters.
“I have no kids. Don’t want any,” Prescott added.
It’s certainly not the first time this season Jones’ comments
have confused the NFL world. Back in September, Jones was asked
about who the Cowboys would play at quarterback when Tony Romo
returned from injury, and he said the team wouldn’t need to spend
“circumcising a mosquito.”
The Cowboys are rolling at 10-1, winners of ten straight, so
Jones can say all of the confusing things he wants. Watch video
of the interaction below: