Cowboys owner and General Manager Jerry Jones was adamant during the offseason that quarterback Tony Romo and offensive coordinator Bill Callahan would have a greater role this season in shaping the offense, and that we’d see a more innovative offensive attack out of Dallas.
So how are the results? Jones says he liked what he saw in training camp and the preseason, and he likes what he sees in practice, but he wants to see it on the field.
“I saw it really good in preseason,’’ Jones said, via the Dallas Morning News. “I saw it good in training camp. And I’ve seen it good here in game preparation. I have seen us limited in sometimes what we practice out there as to getting that to the field during the game. That’s one of the things that we reviewed and are trying to get better at, to get those adjustments that we have made offensively to actually get that involved in the game.’’
Jones sounds a little disappointed that the offense in the regular season hasn’t looked the way he envisioned before the season.
“The more we can do that means things are going as planned and we’ll be better if we can get a lot of the things we’ve practiced on and implemented during the offseason on the field,’’ Jones said.
Whatever disappointment Jones has about the offense, they don’t affect Jones’s opinion of head coach Jason Garrett, who will return in 2014.