By Mary Cunningham
So, how did Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (above) feel when his QB went down in pain?
Tony Romo immediately grabbed his left shoulder as his arm lay limp beside his body in the third quarter Sunday after he was driven to the ground at Lincoln Financial Field.
Jerry Jones, watching from above, dropped his head and put his hand across his forehead. He knew this was bad.
“Just about as low as a crippled cricket’s ass,” Jones told rthe Dallas Morning News. “And I was feeling sorry for myself. I thought the world was picking on me. How could anybody be as bad off as me? Of course, we know I’m afraid to think that because lightning can strike. And I’ve had it too good in my life. But I certainly thought about Tony, how simply disappointing it is because of his expectations.”