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Jerry Jones 'extremely disappointed' after Cowboys' playoff loss to 49ers 

1/17/2022 1:24:31 PM
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Jerry Jones has seen three Super Bowl championships and his share of playoff heartbreak in over 30 years as Cowboys owner and general manager but this one might be the biggest, Rob Phillips of the team's official website reports.

When was the last time he felt this disappointed after a loss?

"I can't remember," Jones told reporters in the field-level tunnel of AT&T Stadium.  "Extremely, extremely disappointing and surprising."

"This was a game that we needed to show. Against a team like San Francisco, as solid a team as they are, no matter how good we looked on paper we needed to make this happen. I'm really disappointed for our fans. They really deserved to see this team advance on into the playoffs."

Jones deflected reporters' questions about McCarthy and the coaching staff -- the team's preparation level, whether a loss like this could cause him to consider coaching changes, etc.

"I'm not going to discuss coaching, the preparation, any of those things. That's not on the table. The game speaks for itself," Jones said. "Really, I thought the score was not indicative of the game. But the way our team fought back and got back in the game, gave us a chance to give a shot. I was really proud of (that)."

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