Cowboys | Owner not happy with defense
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said the team's defense should be playing better, even though the unit has endured many injuries this season. "There are teams in the league that don't have their pressure players," Jones said. "Spencer's having an outstanding year. Ware got a little dinged up early the other night, but he's outstanding. We've got top corners, so you got your guys to put the pressure on them and you got the guys (on the back end). I'm just looking at fundamental defense out there. Our strength of our defense is where you're supposed to have it. We ought to be playing and can be playing better defense." The Cowboys allowed 343.2 yards and 21.7 points per game last season, and through 12 games this season, they're allowing 336.7 yards and 24.6 points.
2012-12-05 06:26:33 | Source: FOXSports.com
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