The Dallas Cowboys have struggled on offense through the first three games of the 2018 season and fingers have begun to point in different directions. While Dak Prescott seems to have limitations at quarterback, it's also noticeable that Ezekiel Elliott has regressed at tailback. So who is to blame for an offense that looks like a shell of it's 2016 form?
Dan Beyer and Kelvin Washington, in for Doug Gottlieb, say that the Cowboys' biggest problem is at the top of the organization. Jerry Jones has built hype for a mediocre team that simply can't back up his polarizing rhetoric. The Cowboys don't have the winning culture they once had under Jimmy Johnson and it's left Jerry Jones to try to take it upon himself to turn everything around. Listen as the guys explain why Jones stepping aside may be the change needed to finally bring the Cowboys to familiar heights.
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