During an appearance on 105.3 The Fan on Friday, host Mike Bacsik asked Jones if he watched the Los Angeles Rams play the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday Night Football, which Jones said he didn't. Bacsik then asked what Jones has seen out of the Cowboys this season that could match the Rams' accomplishments.
"The quarterback -- I remember Goff when he first came in, they moved him along at a little slower pace than Dak got to come in -- but I know that we've been just as proud of Dak as those that are Rams fans that are proud of their quarterback. We've done that and had that feeling in the past. So when I see them executing in a way that creates the offense they got, I look at our personnel -- I don't have to reach to basically see that."
At the quarterback position, Prescott hasn't thrown for 200 yards in nine of the past 11 games with eight total touchdown passes. Goff, however, has just two games of not hitting 200 yards and has 26 touchdown passes in the same span, including five Thursday night against the Vikings.
"You say, 'Well, but we might not have the established receiver that they have," Jones said. "Well, last year they had [Tavon] Austin. We got Austin this year. They made the trade with us, we got it. So when I look at what we might be able to do -- and I put my finger on personnel and then move up with what we know we want to do with our personnel -- I don't think it's a reach to think maybe we can approach that kind of productivity."
The radio host wasn't buying it, though.
"That's why you're doing radio and they're doing the coaching" Jones responded.