By K.D. Drummond
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones didn’t toe the NFC East company line over the Eagles making the Super Bowl. One can only imagine what he may be doing now that they won the whole darn thing.
After watching the Philadelphia Eagles return to the Super Bowl for the second time since his franchise has made it, Jones told Clarence Hill of the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram he had to stifle his disappointment.
“The muffled voice you have been hearing his me screaming in my pillow over not being here and seeing Philadelphia,” Jones said at the NFL Honors Saturday night.
After watching the Eagles finally get off the schneid and bring home their first Super Bowl victory, Jones’ response may not be fit for repetition.
The Eagles took down the New England Patriots 41-33, becoming the third team to emerge victorious in eight tries over Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. The other two? Also NFC East teams not named the Dallas Cowboys. The New York Giants accomplished the feat after the 2007 and 2011 seasons.
The East now has 13 Lomardi trophies and is 3-0 against New England. All without Jones’ Cowboys playing any sort of...