Before you know it, RG’s not playing (the final three games of 2013). I’m not sure if that was his whole plan, but when the whole thing went about, we hear that Mike Shanahan’s not coming back the next year, then we hear the quarterback like, ‘Hey. Mm hmm.’ Like, basically saying that you got me out of here not playing last year, the last few games, then that’s what happens. You get fired.
After last Thursday’s surprising loss to the Chiefs, the Super Bowl champions will be motivated to bounce back. New England has not lost consecutive games since closing the 2015 season with two losses.
The Saints also will be looking to rebound from their season-opening loss in Minnesota and avoid a loss in their home opener for the third straight year. If they are going to upset the defending Super Bowl champions, they will have to find some way to establish what was a stagnant rushing game against the Vikings.
After watching what the Chiefs did on the ground, the Saints will surely try to exploit the New England defense, but Patriots quarterback Tom Brady just might have his way against the Saints defense. It could be a shootout between Brady and Saints QB Drew Brees.
We want them to do what’s in the best interest of the Dallas Cowboys, Jones said. That’s where the obligation is. And again I don’t want to get into this area of debate. But I do want to emphasize how important it is to me that we respect the sanctity of the flag.
Coach Jason Garrett has called the anthem sacred, but he chose not to comment Saturday after a rally in Alabama on Friday night during which Trump said, Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now? Out! He’s fired. He’s fired!’