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JR explains why the New York Football Giants are currently in NFL Purgatory and why he feels bad for Daniel Jones

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In the Meadowlands at MetLife Stadium. Got a lot of callers here. Leave Cooper rushing, even when Dak is healthy. I was talking to you about Daniel Jones. I said Daniel Jones needs to start packing his bags and people are telling me about the interception that he threw tonight that wasn't his fault.

I'm like, hey, listen, that man needs to leave anyway. And then obviously earlier on in the show, we talked about some other teams, talked about the Bills and the Bucks, the Raiders who have yet to win a game, the Jaguars beating the Chargers. We talked about the Dolphins.

We'll have plenty of time to talk about the Dolphins I think over the next several weeks because they looking damn good right now. Russell Wilson. Is he looking good? I don't know what he's looking like. That was a tough watch between the 49ers and the Broncos. Ugh. What am I looking at? Slop?

No thanks. 8-5-5, 2-1-2 for CBS. That's 8-5-5, 2-1-2 for CBS.

So here's a little bit of a rundown. I told you, Cowboys beat the Giants 23 to 16. Cooper Rush has 215 yards passing. He throws the go-ahead touchdown to C.D.

Lamb. A one-handed pass, pretty much one-handed catch I should say. It's pretty much sealed the game from a scoring perspective.

And a matter of fact, let's hear it one more time courtesy the Cowboys Radio Network. Brown in the right slot. Elliott to the left of Rush first and goal outside the one. Snap back. Rush looking left. Fade. Lamb.

Caught in one hand. Touchdown, Cowboys. Ooh, Cowboys Radio Network. That's uh, that's Cooper Rush. He threw a touchdown.

Nice. And in the sealed the game, the New York Giants had the ball. Daniel Jones has the ball. And on one play, not only did Sterling Shepard blow out his knee without any type of assistance. Yes, the turf monster in MetLife Stadium got another player. And Odell Beckham Jr., he was on line telling everybody, listen, the NFL makes billions of dollars. We still got guys running around out there on that stupid turf.

Let's get some grass. So Sterling Shepard is probably done for the year. And then on the other hand of things, the receiver that the ball was intended for from Daniel Jones slipped and it ended up in the hands of someone who is really accustomed to just intercepting the football. That's Trayvon Diggs. He snatched it. Take a listen to this.

And that was, that's pretty much all she wrote. Diggs was smooth enough to get his hand under the football before it even hit the turf. I want to be careful not to call it grass. It was an INT. And so there was a lot of hype, a lot of excitement from Giants fans like, oh my God, we're, we're rebuilding. But we might have a chance to start 3-0.

Wow. Well, I think all the bright side, everything on the bright side has been punched to oblivion. It ain't happening. So the Dallas Cowboys improved to 2-1. The New York Giants fall to 2-1. And after the kick in that, the Eagles handed out to Washington, which will be the Cowboys next opponent. Eagles at 3-0. And then Washington is 1-2.

Ain't nobody thinking about that. And so congratulations to the Eagles just running roughshod through everybody. The name Hurts is an MVP conversation and you got to love it for a man who was pretty much on a prove it deal last year and is on a prove it deal this year.

To see him like go and throw three touchdowns yesterday and the Eagles already had one of the best rushing attacks in the league last season. And it's a beautiful thing in Philly right now. And by the way, Philly, I'll see you tomorrow.

Media for the Movement Tour. I can't wait to hit up Philly. But besides that, the conversation has been about Cooper Rush. We've taken a couple of calls. People like, hey, you roll with the hot hand.

I'm like, is his hand hot? Roll with the guy who's winning. Is he winning? Mike McCarthy said he was managing. Listen to Mike McCarthy praise Cooper Rush after the win tonight. Listen to the words that he used.

Take a listen. Cooper played very well. You know, he came out, wanted to get him a rhythm throw there and really on the first play. And, you know, I thought he did a great job exercising the game plan. We were in a bunch of run checks, you know, run pass checks, you know, all the way down to the one third dime that, you know, we had a chance for a big play there. So I thought he managed the game very well.

Manage, manage the game. Who the hell are we fooling? Is Cooper Rush going out there and just just balling out? Is that what you're saying? I'm not. And if you don't like Dak, that's fine, too. Well, within your right.

But to think that, oh, man, we're just going to just turn, turn over or not turn over, but not turn the ball back over to Dak is just ridiculous. 855-212-4CBS. Ryan is here from Charlotte. You're on the JR Sport Reshow. What's up, Ryan? Hey, thanks as always, JR. I wanted to say that Cooper Rush, what, what?

No, that sucks. Sorry, Ryan, your phone doesn't like you. Corey is calling from Baltimore. You're on CBS Sports Radio. What's happening, JR? I'm doing good.

Great to talk to you again, man. But I'm also getting sick and tired of this world-class donkey butt. Man, always trying to bring hype to his team every single year and they turn out to be a dud. All right, Cooper Rush is only doing what he's supposed to do as a backup quarterback. He's helping them win games, but everybody know he's going to have a good game against Washington.

Washington ain't nothing. Man, let Dak Gordon fully get healed and, and, and, and come back to the game and, and do what he's supposed to do, man. That's what he getting paid $40 million for, man, going to get healthy. But I just hope he just going and think to himself and not trying to rush himself back, you know?

No, reasonable, reasonable. I hear that. Thank you, Corey, for calling from Baltimore. Dak Prescott did have the stitches taken out of his hand. The next game on the 2nd of October is going to be against Washington. And so you want to run the risk of sending him back out there right now?

It is Washington, but if he can go out there and grip the ball, throw the ball, I see reason why not. Richard is calling from Idaho. You're on the JR sport reshow. What's up, Richard? Oh, JR, these people are driving me nuts. Cooper Rush replaced Dak.

He threw how many, how many touchdowns tonight? Yeah. With greater potential, you have greater risk.

That's a given, but Dak has far greater potential. I say, yeah, give him an extra week so that I'm more thoroughly healed. But when he's ready, he's the man. Yeah. On his shoulders riding. Yeah, I hear you.

No, Cooper Rush needs to be back on the sidelines holding Dak's water. I get it. Elliot Escola from Houston. You're on the JR sport reshow. What's up, Elliot? How you doing, JR? How's your night going?

It's absolutely amazing, man. I'm getting paid to talk about sports, so I'm good. What's up? I'm not going to be talking about the Cowboys and the Giants. I'm going to be talking about a team that actually probably has the potential of winning something. I wanted to talk about the Broncos and ask you, like, do you really think that this head coach is it for them?

Because I kind of doubted it. Like, if you needed someone to help you manage game day calls, I don't think you're really ready to be a head coach. Maybe go one year out and go get that Josh McDaniels. He's not doing too hot in Raider land, so why don't you actually get someone that's game day ready? Because we don't need a game manager. Like, we have a good team. We need someone that actually knows what they're doing and call good plays. Like, I just don't think he cuts it. No, I understand that, and you're correct, Elliot, for calling from Houston.

Thank you so much. We had a caller, even before the season started, he took a look at Nathaniel Hackett, and he basically buried him right away. And I said, listen, give the guy a chance to go out there and actually coach a game first.

And we know right out of the, it didn't take him too much, any damn time, right out of the gate, he had issues. We saw what took place in Seattle. You know, Russell goes back, and they got a, what, a fourth and five, and he didn't have him go out there. He decided to kick a 64-yard field goal. You know, they take on Houston, they walk away with a victory. Last night, they had a craptacular game against San Francisco, 11 to 10. And Russell Wilson sat around after the game and told everybody, oh, yeah, it's great. I love it. It's a great defensive matchup.

Well, listen, man, we know you want to throw around the rock. And I know that coach Nathaniel Hackett even brought out, I forgot the gentleman's name, but he brought someone out of retirement just to help with the clock management. And yes, it's not easy, first-year head coach. I'm not ready to completely bury the guy. I'm not all that sold on the Broncos as they are. I looked at this as a team that could get into the postseason as a wild card. I'm not expecting them to win the division. If they can hold on with their 2-1 record and do so, then God bless them. Okay, we know this much. This is a tough division.

We know that right out of the gate. And I don't see this as being a squad that's, especially in the first year, that's ready to do it, whether or not Hackett was there or not. And so the Broncos, I found them to be good. Do I find them to be Super Bowl good?

Like, like contend in the championship game good in the AFC? No, no, I don't. 855-212-4CBS, 855-212-4CBS, Cody from Colorado. You're on the JR Sport Brief Show. How are you doing, JR? I've been a long time.

I always get off work late. I love listening to your show. I originally wanted to talk about the NFC East, but having the Broncos brought up, man, I'm obviously from Colorado.

I bleed blue and orange. Nathaniel Hackett's not our guy. If you can't manage a clock, you can't manage a ball game. You know, I think Russell Wilson, we should have taken that one year we had with him before signing a quarter of a billion dollar contract. With that being said, though, I want to jump back over to NFC East and Cooper Rush.

The man, he can put the ball where it needs to be some time. We need a quarterback that can do that all the time. If you're going to be the quarterback of America's team with Jerry Jones, always doing the interviews, you need to perform. And I don't think he can perform, especially with you've got Hertz climbing in the East.

And you know, we don't worry about the commanders or anything. The Giants had a chance, but even the organization screwed up Daniel Jones. Honestly, Cooper Rush needs to go to the bench. I want the Broncos to win.

Don't think they will. And JR, you guys are awesome. Hope you guys are having a great night. Thank you, Cody. I agree with just about everything that Cody said there.

I agree with everything he said. What do we got here? Lou calling from Rochester. Go ahead, Lou.

Hi, JR. Listen, I think I agree with your moderator. I think that Prescott has reached some kind of ceiling. I think his best year was his rookie year. He is prone to a lot of mistakes like that collar from Vegas, which seems to be a Cowboys fan said. And I think that Jones can be a lot better quarterback. He just is not equipped with really good receivers, at least as how they're currently constituted.

They were really bad. Oh, well, you're covering both ends of the spectrum. You're talking about both the Cowboys and the Giants. Yeah, I'm not a fan of either team. However, I do like the NFL and I make various observations and I think that Jones can be a good.

Lou, let's hold on. We'll get to Daniel Jones. I understand what you're saying about Dak.

It's a simple question. Would you rather, throughout the course of the season, do you feel more confident putting Dak Prescott out onto the field or just leaving Cooper Rush out there? Of course, he has more talent, but maybe I didn't ask.

I didn't ask that. Who would you feel more comfortable with starting? I mean, Prescott, he has more physical talent experience. You know, we've led that team for a number of years and he is damn good, but he may have reached some sort of ceiling.

Maybe. Well, the thing is, when it comes down to Cooper Rush, whatever ceiling or floor that Dak has, Cooper may not even be in the same building. I'm not vying for Cooper Rush, although he has played well the last two games.

Well, that's kind of the crux of what we've been discussing is how you move forward. Well, if it's up to that, I mean, obviously it would be Prescott. The other element that you had mentioned was more so about Daniel Jones and his receivers tonight.

And you're right. The Giants offense for the past several years has just been hot trash. And unfortunately, Daniel Jones, for his own physical gifts, he's been given a little bit of a raw deal.

But then a lot of his decision making hasn't necessarily put him in the best positions as well. And whether it's a decision to throw a pass to the wrong guy, and I'm not referring to his singular pass at the end of the game to Diggs, or whether it's a matter of, man, do I slide? Do I challenge the runner?

Daniel Jones will knock himself out by going a little too far. There comes a point in time as a quarterback where you have to evaluate your role and how important you are to the team. Do you want to go for it? Do you want to run out of bounds? Do you want to slide? Do you want to go for extra yards?

Sometimes you have to do what gets the job done and what will actually keep you in the game so you can continue to make plays. And so Daniel Jones is a sitting duck. He's a sitting duck for a new regime who didn't select him, who did not extend his contract for a team that's going absolutely nowhere.

And it sucks. Daniel Jones is basically, he's an NFL purgatory right now. He is. He's just playing this season out. It's not like Lamar Jackson where you play the season out and you get paid big bucks. Daniel Jones is going to be looking around going, man, what the hell do I do next to my career?

Where do I go? Am I even going to get a chance to start? It's a disaster. And oh, yeah, by the way, he got his ass whooped. He was sacked five times tonight. Lawrence sacked him three times by himself and Daniel Jones after the game.

He said, oh, yeah, they were all up in my business. They're a good front. They're good defense. You got to give credit to them. They played hard. But yeah, I think there's things we can all do better with with that. And that starts with me and, you know, finding space to step up, finding space to move around the pocket and and make some plays.

So I'll study that and we all will. But credit to them. They're good front.

They're good defense. Oh, man, it's just. It's like, oh, man, this guy talks. He's on the road to nowhere.

It's just sad. Daniel Jones finishing out his contract. He God knows what's going on with him. You got Saquon Barkley, who is showing just glimpses of of what he was when he first came into the league. Looked like someone who could be a 1000 1000 Roger Craig type threat. Marshall Faulk type threat. And the injuries have eaten him alive in the New York Giants. They have no reason to give him one of these massive contracts at the running back position, especially knowing that they're rebuilding. They got dead weight on the books from Dave Gettleman. It is a sad, sad story for the Giants. If you thought trying to figure out whether or not Cooper Rush should still quarterback the team when Dak is healthy. Imagine being a Giants fan.

They look like some miserable individuals in the stadium by the time that game was done. Enjoy the two and one, because that might be as good as it gets. It's the J.R. Sportbrief show here with you on CBS Sports Radio eight five five two one two four CBS. I'm going to take more your calls on the other side. Don't move.

You're listening to the J.R. Sportbrief on CBS Sports Radio. Let me give you your flowers right now. I appreciate what you do. And I know there are young people who hear you and they want to model themselves behind what you're doing. And you're doing it so well. I know we'll end up with some really good people out there on the air in the near future. Call in now at eight five five two one two four CBS. Thank you. And good for them. Instead of flowers, I'll take Jack.

That'd be nice. Anyway, shout outs to all my friends up at Drexel University. I'll be rolling through there as we continue on the media for the movement tour. Thank you to all my friends with Special Olympics as we try to spread the good news about just giving everybody a chance and an opportunity to compete in things that we love, like sports and athletics. And also thank you.

Big thank you to Experian for also being an advocate for just the quality and treating people like people. And so the media for the movement tour continues last week where we were able to get things started at Fordham University in this week. I'll be in Philly, Drexel University.

I'll keep you up to date as I continue to move all across the country. But right now we got the phone lines open as eight five five two one two four CBS. That's eight five five two one two four CBS.

And before we went to break, I told you about what is a. Just a sad situation with a sad scene that is absolutely going nowhere. And I know there's probably some fans out there that was all two and one and they still winning and they still winning record. And that's the New York Giants. Like I didn't take anything that they've done so far this year serious. They're trying to figure things out with their first year head coach and their first year general manager. And there are players that are on the team from a prior regime who they are trying to get rid of. Daniel Jones, where is he going?

I don't know. I won't be with the Giants next year. The same thing for Saquon Barkley. What are the Giants going to pay this man for to lose? It has nothing to do with Saquon, but they basically drafted him to just try to help out Elon Manning.

And where did that get them? Is a reason that Dave Gettleman is gone. Jerry Reese, I mean, everything except for Ernie, of course, they have they've hit the skids. And so the New York Giants are just in a ridiculous rebuilding, rebuilding situation. And they're going to really move forward until they get a quarterback. They've been able to draft some decent pieces on on defense.

You have Thibodeau now. It's just it's just still sad. What is the New York Giants offense? What is it? Like, what is it?

Besides being pitiful. You look at Cooper Rush and just go, come on, you tell me you. Let's let's roll Cooper Rush out there. You see Daniel Jones play and not tonight. Not talking about tonight, period. 8 5 5 2 1 2 4 CBS. Taylor's calling from Atlanta.

Go ahead, Taylor. What's going on, Jay? How are you doing this evening?

Very well. Well, I wish I could say the same. I'm a Giants fan. I had to watch the game. My old man here, Cowboys fan.

And I try to come up with very excuse. But, you know, it's sad. You know, I'm still a believer that, hey, we need to establish an online and, hey, Daniel Jones was pretty much given his his warning. That's why they didn't pick up his fifth year option. But like I told ship and I know this might be being petty and making a reach.

But the only reason the reason Cooper Rush is doing good is because last year he was on the Giants and he got to learn. I know that's I know that's a stretch, but I got to say something to make you feel good. Okay. Have a good night. Oh, you as well, Taylor. Yeah.

Cooper Rush did an amazing job, you know, shuttling between the practice squad and the real roster. Whatever helps the case, right? Ron is here from Charlotte.

Maybe this time his phone works. You're on CBS Sports Radio. What's up? Hey, Jay. There was some kind of signal problem, but I'm back now.

Thank you again. Sure. But what I was saying, though, was, you know, what Cooper Rush is doing right now is that that's what a backup quarterback is supposed. A decent backup quarterback supposed to come in for two, three, four games, whatever, temporary. And, you know, hold the fort down. If they're a decent one, you know that they may win some game.

That's what he's doing now. Yes, they're winning. And I don't I don't think I don't think he looks great or looks awesome right now. I mean, it's been it's been close games.

There hasn't been a whole lot of scoring. I know defense has been taken over a lot of these games, but he doesn't look that great yet. I mean, it's still Dak's team. I still rather have Dak Prescott in there. Like we had a similar situation here with the Panthers a few years ago when Kyle Allen came in when Cam was injured.

And he looked great for a few games. Then he got a reality check and came back down to earth. I think that's what's going on here. But there's another point I want to make on this.

Also a concern I actually have a little have a little bit of baby too deep into it. But I think Jerry Jones's comment the other day. I just think that was so stupid and ridiculous about a quarterback controversy when you're paying the quarterback this much money.

I think there might be an ulterior motive behind behind this because you we saw a similar situation to that. You know, when when Jack first got there and Tony Romo was there and then Robo got injured and there was all the Romo still our quarterback. We're going to stick with him and but then Jack it's up looking better and next thing, you know, Tony Romo was gone. You have to you have to wonder a little bit is Jerry Jones.

Like if Dak maybe rub him the wrong way with somehow or something else going on. And he's wanting this to happen. I don't know. Did you did you start off your statement by saying? Jerry Jones said something stupid. Well, this isn't the first time. Well, exactly. I mean, we got we can probably publish an entire book of Jerry Jones saying stupid things.

This would this would probably sit somewhere in the back. It's this is just this is how he how he operates. And thank you, Ryan. Jerry Jones runs his football team like it's like it's Hunger Games. Like, let's put everybody in the woods and and see who comes out on top.

May the best man or woman win. Hey, two coaches. Yeah, I'm paying a head coach and I want him to do the best job. But let me put the fear of God into him that the assistant will take his job.

I'm paying a quarterback 40 million dollars. Yeah, who cares? We got the backup in there right now. The backup throw in the touchdown or interception.

He did neither. Well, anyway, let's just leave him out there. Let's hope for a controversy like there is a way to push competition.

The NFL is inherently competitive. It's doggy dog. You don't do the job.

Someone takes yours. That's just flat what it is. I don't think we need to to overpressure or prod or or be an annoyance for what? There comes a point in time where it is useless outside of being annoying. And it does and does the opposite. It doesn't team build.

It's not iron sharpening iron. It's just Jerry Jones being a pain in the ass. That he's a pro at. And making money.

But not winning. It's the JR Sport Reshow here with you on CBS Sports Radio eight five five two one two four CBS. I'm going to get some more your calls before I am forced to roll out. You are listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio.

First time caller and listener. I'm loving the show. Your show is just absolutely outstanding. I got to tell you, I've been listening to you.

I've been feeling and agreeing with your flow. Call in now at eight five five two one two four CBS. It's the JR Sport Reshow here with you on CBS Sports Radio. Man, there's so much that has gone on today that we couldn't even fit it all in. NBA media day.

We'll get into that, especially as some of these stories just continue to roll on. Zion Williamson looks like a completely different human being. Yes, it's like a.

And this is just going to sound weird. It's like he dropped the baby weight. He looks he looks like an adult. He doesn't look like a young chubby dude who's a bully. He looks like someone who's just taken his diet serious, has been in the gym. His face is slimmer. He just looks like a he looks like an adult at 22 years old.

I know it's a difficult thing to say. Well, what did he look like last year, chubby? It looks like he's ready to bust ass.

And I just hope that he can last during the course of the season. Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis and LeBron James sharing photos on media day. Kevin Durant saying I was looking for accountability through the entire organization. Kyrie saying, yeah, my vaccination or the decision not to get vaccinated cost me money. Just so much that's going on.

So we'll have plenty of time to get into that. If you did not hear Miles Garrett, unfortunately, leaving the Browns practice facility, he was in a car accident. His Porsche overturned multiple times to say he walked away without any broken bones. And so we wish him nothing but the best in his recovery. And then also before the break, obviously, we talked about Monday Night Football as the Dallas Cowboys handled and took care of, especially in the second half, the New York Giants, the final score, 23 to 16.

And before we went to break. One of our callers just really pointed out that Jerry Jones is known for just saying wild things like you would think Jerry Jones wants all of the coaches to get into a room and battle it out to the death. Wants his players to go out there, battle it out to the death.

And you think he's, I guess, trying to motivate his guys. He's done it with his coaches. Mike McCarthy is my head coach. But he knows he's not going to be the head coach forever. He had Mike McCarthy. I hired him as my head coach, but I hired some people that could take the job in case it needs to happen. And so even with Dak Prescott going down to a broken hand, he's he's just saying this out loud. He's just like, yeah, I'd love it if Cooper Rush does so well that we have a quarterback controversy.

And sure, of course. If why wouldn't you want Cooper Rush to go out there and throw, you know, six touchdowns a game? It ain't going to happen. It'd be a nice problem to have.

But why don't you root yourself in reality, man? This is what Jerry Jones had to say about a wanton dilemma. So you'd want that? You'd want that controversy? Of course I would. OK. Of course, that means we'd won.

If it comes in here and played as well as Prescott played, Rush played that well over these next games ahead. I'd walk New York to get there. Do you think you can do that? Well, I don't know that. But I would. You can't find on record where I said I thought Dak Prescott could do it.

Yeah, OK. Well, listen, it's it's not the worst thing in the world, but he has a habit of saying things like this all the time. He can't get out the way. And I think we all know that.

Otherwise they'd be having a couple more trophies in the. In the room. 8 5 5 2 1 2 4 CBS. Let's get more of your calls in before we have to roll out. Ben is calling from San Diego. You're on the J.R. sport.

We show you on CBS. What's up, Ben? Hey, Ben, they let you outside where you at?

Oh, damn. He's having a hell of a party. Ezra is calling from Atlanta. You're on CBS Sports Radio.

Yeah, what's going on, man? I saw that game tonight. And I could tell you right now, the Giants. I'm glad I'm not a Giants fan. I'm from New York.

I'm still here, though. But man, the Giants that is so sloppy the way they team look. And I can only just think about the coach because here it is with three minutes going into the two minute warning. He doesn't call a time out and the Cowboys. They burn 40 seconds off the clock, right? And I've never seen this before in all my decades of watching football, a team at midfield. With 10 seconds left and three time out.

I've never seen that. It's almost like he he wasn't thinking like, let me give my offense an opportunity to at least kick three or something. You know, they had the ball at midfield with three timeouts and it was 10 seconds left. And it got me to think, man, there's so many coaches in the league right now.

Not for nothing. And three of them are in the same division, in my opinion, in Brandon Staley. No, Josh McDaniel's.

Oh, no. And I mean, gave Nathaniel Hackett. Go ahead, say it, Nathaniel Hackett.

There you go. Hackett, Brandon Staley and Joshua Daniels are making Andy Reid look. Andy Reid is loving it.

Loving it. Because they're terrible coaches. And Brian Dabo, again, like with Joe Judge, Giants need to get rid of him, man. Wow. Well, it's it's it's well, it's it's early, Ezra.

Can can these guys, can they get a couple of games under their belt? There are no expectations here. Guys are going to have growing pains.

It's just flat what it is. If I'm a New York Giants fan, the last thing I'm worrying about right now is Coach Deball. And yes, it's one thing to be the offensive coordinator or the defensive coordinator. It's one thing to sit in a big boy's chair and make all of the decisions where they will be picked apart and people will look at you after and go, why did you take that chance? Why didn't you take this one? It's it's there's no winning.

There is none, really. Josh Allen. Praise Deball to the high heavens. And now Dorsey took over and we see he's flipping over papers, you know, after the loss of the Dolphins. But, you know, Josh Allen loved them. Thought he was great. Thought he was awesome. Thought he would do a terrific job. And so what, are you going to bury the guy after three games?

They're two and one. We want to fire him like Joe Judge. Joe Judge has different problems, though. Mac Jones has a high ankle sprain that looks like it'll need surgery. And so a Patriots season down the toilet and Bill Belichick. Well, I don't even want to know what Bill Belichick is thinking.

Not at all. Chris is calling from Jacksonville. What's up, Chris? You know what's going on? Love your show, Jay.

Our first time caller. Listen all the time. I was just piggybacking on the stuff from earlier about when you put in Mike McCarthy saying managing the game. Yeah, that's what a backup is supposed to do. Go in, manage, do what Dilfer used to do.

Manage, don't screw up. Not saying he's a Dilfer, but the dude, when he came in, he manages what he's doing, what he's supposed to do. They won the two football games that he played and beat Cincinnati. Hey, that was a hell of a football game tonight.

Giants proved that they shut. But no, I think everybody's overthinking the managing the game that what he said after. Prescott's coming back when he gets healthy a hundred percent and we all know Jerry always says asinine things and which he did the other day. But then when they interviewed McCarthy after that, they asked him the question. He said straight up. No, there's no quarterback controversy.

Yeah, we heard. That's what I'm saying. I just think everybody's overthink. Yeah.

No, it's not overthinking. These are the dumbass things that Jerry Jones says. That's what I'm saying. He says asinine things. But yeah, but he's the one who can pull the trigger.

I mean, I wouldn't be I wouldn't be shocked and I know you wouldn't be as well. If we get three quarters down the way through the season and Jerry Jones isn't happy where he goes. Hey, Dan, it's your time. Yeah, you know that comes back in and doesn't play well, I can see it. But I mean, no, no, no, not that.

No, I'm sorry. Not not Dak. Dan as in Quinn.

What in fire McCarthy and bring Dan Quinn as the head coach. Yes. Yeah. I think Kellen Moore would be a better spot at it first than Dan Quinn would.

He didn't do crap at Atlanta. Yeah. Well, well, that's yes. I let me say that. Hold that. Okay.

He got one super. Yes. Okay. Well, let's sound because they didn't run the ball, right? I mean, let's be I don't know that.

And if we have to if we also have to think about. Who he who he who he's really talked up. Kellen Moore. It's been Dan Quinn.

Okay. I'm pretty sure if you do these two dudes in the room and said, hey, Mike McCarthy is done. Jerry Jones would find great joy and great pleasure by watching these two dudes pummel each other in a room to figure out who's going to be the coach.

And then you got Sean Payton, I guess, waiting in the wing somewhere when this season is done. This is just welcome to Dallas Cowboysville. Welcome to Jerry's World. Let's run the circus. I know they don't we don't have circuses too much because, you know, you can't bring animals and it's inhumane to shepherd them around the country, whatever the case may be. We don't have the circus like we used to. Ringling Brothers is gone for now. I think they're trying to bring it back with less animals.

But who needs a circus when you got Jerry Jones and the Cowboys? We need a whole lot now, do we? Sean is calling from D.C. Go ahead, Sean. Hey, what's going on, Jay?

First time caller. Long time listener. I die hard. Die hard. Cowboy fan.

Senator figure out lounge smoking a stogie, enjoying myself. But the calls tonight, it's like they wanted the Giants to win. That hole in the end zone was just like could have changed the whole game around.

I mean, clearly they would be receding. But I mean, we got the victory. I'm happy about that. Jerry Jones is who he is.

The place to stay in the locker room and kneel instead of going out to kneel. I started to burn every jersey I had. I'm sorry, Sean. Hey, Sean, I appreciate you. You roll. You smoking a cigar now?

What you rolling up? No, I'm not. I'm sorry.

I just got in, man. Just try to get me a little salad. Give me a little salad. Oh, that that was salad leaves or something else that the salad leaves, you know, trying to get me a little healthy time.

Be healthy. OK. Yeah. I love your show, man. I keep doing what you're doing, even when the people controversy controversial and talking against you.

I love the way you hold your own. I wish I was in Philly. Not too far away. I'm not doing that now. Get free. I'm going to try to make it up to Philly just to meet you person. Well, listen, Sean, I swing through D.C. quite a bit.

So don't worry about that. OK. Got to work. All right. Thank you, Sean, for calling from D.C. And thank you to everybody for listening all over North America. Thank you to super producer and host Dave Shepherd. I'll be back with you tomorrow.

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