Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones on Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin: ‘Watched in Fear’

Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones on Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin: ‘Watched in Fear’

He is worth $13 billion and has three Super Bowl rings. On Monday night, Jerry Jones was all that and more on an extraordinary Monday night.

A football fan who is scared.

On Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys owner said that he was afraid of his team. In what we now know was cardiac arrest, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed in Cincinnati on the field..

“No, I don’t recall ever seeing that level of fear in a game.” Jones spoke on his weekly radio broadcast on 105.3 The Fan. “It was definitely the most different thing I’ve ever seen.”

Different. Difficult. Disturbing. Devastating. Evidently, Jones’ sentiment is echoed throughout America.

Jones expressed pride in the way Hamlin was treated on the field. The terrifying situation It was handled.

He said, “I never felt that there was only one thing in everyone’s mind there and that was his care. His well-being.” “It was extraordinary to see the emergency treatment that he received. This care could have made a huge difference. Everyone involved is a credit to me.

The NFL must now make difficult decisions about how to proceed with the Bills-Bengals crucial game and its Week 18 schedule.

In its 103-year history, the league had to cancel or reschedule games due to players’ strikes, owners lockouts, dangerous playing surface, natural disasters like earthquakes, hurricanes and wildfires. This was in response to 9/11 and most recently because of COVID. It has also chosen to play games in spite of dire circumstances, such the Cowboys playing in Cleveland against the Browns two days after President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963.

This is a unique situation that does not have a clear solution.

Jones stated that Jones had pushed for a lot of important games to be scheduled in the final two weeks of the season. Jones said that he doesn’t know what you do there. It involves, as we discussed, an agreement between the teams. We haven’t had a chance to get any information about the game.

“I know that I made the right decision (to postpone) All the right decisions were made.”

Reports indicate that Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, will soon make a decision about the Bills-Bengals match. This could include playing the game in two days or adding a week 19.

Jones stated that Jones will be available to assist players whenever play resumes. His team faced the Washington Commanders in a regular-season finale. The 12-4 Cowboys have secured a playoff spot. However, they are still in contention for the NFC East championship and No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs.

“I like to have the best chance going into playoffs so I’d love to have a home match. Jones stated that this is at the top of his list. Jones said, “And of course, I’d love to get bye.” We must take care of business and beat Washington. Otherwise, none of this is possible.

Jones stated that he expected his starters to play, and his team will play to win in Washington.

Jones said, “There’s too many to play for.”


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