‘Marvelous!’ The ‘Sugarplum’ Cowboys’ Reaction to the Eagles

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FRANCESCO – Those who are familiar with Jerry Jones are aware that Christmas is one of his favorite times of the year. This is because he is known to regale his Dallas Cowboys audience on an annual basis by literally saying, “Visions of sugarplums are dancing in my head!”

Cowboys Nation, you should brace yourself. In the event that Jolly Ol’ St. Jerry has not yet addressed it in public or on the radio, he will do so in the near future.

And what kind of shape are those “sugarplums” taking this week as Dallas gets ready to play the Miami Dolphins on Christmas Eve? Jones is hoping that this game will serve as a springboard to postseason success for the ‘Boys,’ who are headed to the playoffs after this season.
This was the first sugarplum that fell on “Monday Night Football” in Seattle. The Seahawks were able to improbably mount a late-game comeback and benefit from two interceptions by Jalen Hurts, which allowed them to upset the Philadelphia Eagles, who are a team that is hated by many. This kept Dallas’ hopes of winning the NFC East open.

‘Marvelous!’ The ‘Sugarplum’ Cowboys’ Reaction to the Eagles

When asked about the conclusion, Jerry stated, “It was marvelous!” in an interview that took place on 105.3 The Fan the following year. “I watched each and every second of it!”

It’s possible that practically all of it is included. The Cowboys had just received their return from a night flight back from Buffalo, where they had been humiliated by the Bills in a 33-10 flogging. The Bills had given them coals in their stockings. And Jerry is 81 years old; he is permitted to take naps!
“I thought I was about to doze off,” Jones admitted, “but then when (the Seahawks) made those (late-game) plays, I couldn’t sleep until four in the morning because of the impact it can have in our year.” Jones was also referring to the fact that the Seahawks made those plays.

 

The Eagles, who have suffered three consecutive defeats, are currently in second position in the division, while Dallas is currently in first place with a record of 10-4. In the final three games of the season, Philadelphia will have an advantage due to the tiebreakers that will be used. On the other hand, what if Dallas does not fail and the Eagles don’t?

It will increase the likelihood that the concept of “The Cowboys in the Super Bowl” will emerge from its lengthy winter’s hibernation as a result of this new development.

In the end, veteran linebacker Shaquille Leonard decided to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles, who are presently in first place in the National Football Conference East rankings. Leonard visited the Dallas Cowboys before making his final decision.

‘Marvelous!’ The ‘Sugarplum’ Cowboys’ Reaction to the Eagles

According to what Dallas owner Jerry Jones stated during an appearance on 105.3 on Tuesday, there were no ill will or animosity between the two parties. According to Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk, the Eagles, led by Leonard, will be traveling to Dallas to play the Cowboys on Sunday night. This is a rather interesting turn of events.

An Eagles squad that has struggled at the position this season, especially with stalwarts Nakobe Dean and Zach Cunningham out during Sunday’s blowout defeat against the San Francisco 49ers, was able to make a significant boost with the arrival of the 28-year-old linebacker.

Since undergoing two back operations during the previous season, the guy who has been selected to the Pro Bowl three times and has been named to the first team of All-Pro three times has not exactly appeared to be one of the best players at the position. If, on the other hand, he still has something left to offer, he will be a very good boost for an Eagles team that has legitimate dreams of winning the Super Bowl.

 Dallas Cowboys Owner and General Manager Jerry Jones not only gave props to his current players Dak Prescott and Daron Bland on his weekly radio hit with 105.3 The Fan’s Shan & RJ, but he also praised former Colts All-Pro linebacker Shaquille Leonard, who was visiting the team Tuesday.

Jones said Leonard was being evaluated at the team’s medical facility and added he would have lunch with Leonard.

Leonard is also set to take a visit with Dallas’ rival, Philadelphia Eagles. Jones said it doesn’t surprise him that the Eagles were also interested.

“I don’t know that you would stop there. There are probably several teams [Leonard] could make a contribution to,” Jones said.

At the end of the interview, Jones praised the play of both Prescott and Bland. Jones said Prescott’s performance as of late is as good as it has ever been and credited head coach Mike McCarthy for his coaching development of Prescott.


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