Normally after a Cowboys win, there's no one inside AT&T Stadium happier than Jerry Jones. The boss loves when his team gets the W, no question.
But tonight, Randy Gregory must be thanking his lucky stars Dallas was able to come away with a victory. If not, the loss would have 100 percent been on him.
Cowboys fans are still furious over his terrible play tonight. Not one, but two costly mistakes nearly put the victory on a platter for Drew Brees and Co.
Randy Gregory called for lining up in the neutral zone
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On this play early in the fourth quarter, Gregory, showing how undisciplined he is, lined up in the neutral zone, wiping away a forced fumble on Brees. Dallas got the ball and would have had the rock in Saints territory. No such luck.
Before this bone-headed error, though, came the roughing the punter penalty earlier in the second half, which gave New Orleans a first down. It led to Brees tossing a 30-yard touchdown to Keith Kirkwood. You can't just give seven free points to this offense.
Bro, what are you doing?
In the end, Gregory was saved by Jourdan Lewis picking off Brees late in the game to secure the 13-10 win for Dallas. If Gregory continues to play like this, though, it could spell BIG trouble for the Cowboys.