"Last thing I'm worried about is the fragileness of our team. We completely support Dak," Jones told The Dallas Morning News on Thursday. "We completely support Dak as our starting quarterback, unequivocally. That's that. There's no issue there at all."
"I'm not sure that Tony, if it was left up to the owner, wouldn't be the starter now, just based on the comments that I've heard in the last couple weeks," Aikman said, per The Dallas Morning News. "I'm just really dumbfounded by the comments, and not only the first time, but why they continue."
Jones said he doesn't believe Aikman's criticism of Prescott will weigh heavily on the rookie's psyche.
"I appreciate (Aikman) saying it," Jones said. "I respect him. But Dak Prescott's No. 1 quality is that he doesn't get distracted."
Prescott had a very mortal-like performance in Sunday's loss to the Giants. He completed just 17 of 37 passes for 165 yards, threw two interceptions and was sacked three times. With Romo on the bench, it's only natural to think the Cowboys might be contemplating a switch at quarterback despite the rookie's body of work prior to last week.
Still, it seems like Prescott will have to have another bad game before Jones contemplates a serious switch at quarterback.