On Sunday at AT&T Stadium, the Cowboys hosted quarterback Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams for a homecoming.
After Dallas wins, owner Jerry Jones provides an update on the trade situation.
ARLINGTON - On Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys hosted the Los Angeles Rams in an attempt to increase their home winning run to eleven games. Matthew Stafford,
the quarterback for the Rams, was making his first journey "home" after moving to Los Angeles and winning a Super Bowl.
And everything went perfectly for Dallas, as they won 43-20 to improve to 5-2. However, does this mean the Cowboys decide not to make a move before Tuesday's NFL trade deadline?
After the game, Jerry Jones, the owner of the Cowboys, expressed his excitement about the trade possibilities by saying, "It doesn't look like we'll be doing anything."
Naturally, that might alter. But right now? Gratitude after a convincing victory over the Rams. How was the day going? Join us for a look back in time...
Stafford remarked, "I know a bunch of buddies in town who are still in the area." It will be wonderful to have my family attend the game because they still reside in the region.