Terrell Owens Makes Harsh Accusation Around Jerry Jones' Cowboys Ownership

Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens takes a shot at ownership with Jerry Jones in charge.
Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens stands on the Jackson State University sideline during the
Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens stands on the Jackson State University sideline during the / Tori Lynn Schneider/Tallahassee Democrat

Terrell Owens played for the Dallas Cowboys from 2006-2008 and put up some solid numbers. Owens caught 235 passes for 3,587 yards and scored 38 touchdowns. He knows what it feels like to have the pressure of being a Dallas Cowboy.

Owens was a guest on the Up And Adams Story with Kay Adams and he made some interesting comments regarding Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys. The 50-year-old doesn't believe that Dallas will be winning anything in the postseason and Jerry Jones could care less.

"He's selling the fan base fool's good every year. He's not losing. They're losing, but he's winning every year. Regardless if he wins the NFC Championship or gets deep in the playoffs." Owens said. "He's still winning because those fans are going to those games, filling that billion dollar stadium."

Owens added that things may have been different if they hired Bill Belichick to replace Mike McCarthy.

The six-time Pro Bowl selection stated, "If they would have got Bill Belichick, they got something."

He also said that some of this falls on Dak Prescott. Owens said," A lot of this is on Dak too. When you think about the quarterbacks that played in the NFC Championship, they did some remarkable things for their team."

It's been 29 years since the Dallas Cowboys last made the NFC Championship Game. Since that matchup, Dallas has gone 5-13 in the playoffs and has failed to advance past the Divisional Round.

This past postseason ended in misery for Cowboys fans once again. They locked down the No. 2 seed in the NFC but lost 48-32 to the Green Bay Packers in the Wild Card Round at AT&T Stadium.

The pressure only continues to mount as the playoff woes continue.

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