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Jerry Jones believes the Cowboys ‘can take it to the house’

Despite the Dallas Cowboys currently holding a 6-6 record, owner and general manager Jerry Jones believes the team can run the table and win the Super Bowl.

Jones made an appearance on 105.3 The Fan to share his sentiment.

“I look at our team with our skillset and I look at other teams with theirs, and there’s nothing in my mind that jumps out at me that we can’t be playing well enough to take it to the house,” Jones said.

Dallas boasts one of the more talented teams in the NFL, with quarterback Dak Prescott, running back Ezekiel Elliott, wide receivers Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup, as well as one of the better offensive lines. On the other side of the football, defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, cornerback Byron Jones, and linebackers Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch top off what should be a well-performing unit.

But the talent isn’t registering success for the Cowboys. They have yet to win a game against a team with a winning record and many are calling for head coach Jason Garrett to be fired. Jones is adamant about keeping Garrett for the rest of the 2019 season regardless of what happens.

Even with a 6-6 record, Dallas remains in the first place of a weak NFC East division, with the 5-7 Eagles behind and fighting for a spot. Dallas will take on the Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Eagles, and Washington Redskins in the team’s final four games of the season.

Dallas and Philadelphia will meet in Week 16 in what will more than likely be a high-tension playoff stakes game.