It is likely that he will never see Odell Beckham Jr. again force his team to the wrong side of a featured package.
That is why Jerry Jones is beyond exuberant.
“Thank you, thank you, thank you!” He said to the 76-year-old Fox on Saturday when asked about the Giants and Browns’ low-season box office success.
The Cowboys, of course, suffered the first sensational blow from Beckham with one hand in the NFL in 2014, and while Jones’ team won the romance, 31-28, the still image of a rookie No. 13 looking for the catch that It looks everywhere the world is still rooted In the minds of football fans everywhere.
Beckham, who faced the Renaissance Browns last week, burned Dallas for 61 passes for 732 yards and six touchdowns in seven games (3-4), according to the Pro Football Reference.
Jones can also be just as fun to see the Giants in no man’s land.
While his goal for the Cowboys is to build a first place in the NFC East, Big Blue continues to make curious moves, permanently stuck between a rebuilding and contending aspirations.