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Jerry Jones on Cowboys starting out 3-1: 'I really didn't expect it'

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has never been accused of being a realist, and sometimes what he says about the state of his team — good or bad — is best served with a quiet eye roll. But we can’t help take Jones at face value with his most recent comments about the 3-1 start for the team. Frankly, Jones didn’t see it coming with a familiar refrain in both Tony Romo and Dez Bryant (among others) missing time with injuries.
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