Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones couldn’t watch as the Buffalo Bills smothered his team during Thursday’s Thanksgiving game at AT&T Stadium.
Jones flew the coop with two minutes left on the clock after the Bills pulled out all the tricks, scoring touchdown after touchdown.
The Bills dug deep with a wide-open touchdown pass. After a double-reverse play from receiver Andre Roberts, the ball was passed to wide receiver John Brown and hurled downfield to running back Devin Singletary, wide open for a touchdown.
Teary-eyed Jones told the Dallas Morning News in a post-game interview that he knew the Bills would be hard to beat.
“I believe in this group,” he said. “That [game] certainly was something that causes you to have to check, causes you to reach deep to find out what you’re thankful for.”
The Bills came out victorious with a final score of 26-15.