Radio Station in Philadelphia Takes Shot at Jerry Jones and Dallas Cowboys With Billboard

By Dan Parzych
(Derick E. Hingle/USA Today Sports)

There’s been plenty of excitement and anticipation in the City of Brotherly Love following the Philadelphia Eagles big 54-11 win over the Chicago Bears in Week 16 as Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys will determine who will win the NFC East and host a home game in the playoffs the following weekend. From a rivalry perspective, Eagles fans couldn’t ask for a better regular season finale as there would be no sweeter feeling than pulling off a win on Sunday Night Football in the national spotlight and to help get ready for the big game–a radio station in Philadelphia has already started the trash talking towards Jerry Jones and the Cowboys.


97.5 The Fanatic had this digital billboard displayed in Philadelphia and they made it clear there are plenty more to come over the next couple of days in anticipation for Sunday’s big game. It’s no secret Jones has received plenty of criticism over the last couple of years as owner of the Cowboys considering the team’s inability to make the playoffs numerous times despite having one of the top teams in the league on paper and if Dallas loses on Sunday–the criticism will be taken to a whole new level.

If the Cowboys lose to the Eagles on Sunday, it will mark the third-straight season Dallas failed to clinch the NFC East in the final week of the regular season. And with reports indicating Jones will “clean house” this offseason if the team fails to make the playoffs–this makes Eagles fans want to see their team win even more on Sunday night.

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