• Troy Aikman: Cowboys’ turnovers aren’t all the line’s fault

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Oct 12, 2012
    Aikman: I haven’t seen all the turnovers that have happened for the Cowboys, but I know in the Tampa game when Tony would get hit, it’s hard to hang on to the ball when you get hit like that. Aikman: In our best offensive years, we would hit a stretch, you know, a couple of games, and you wonder whether or not you’re ever going to get a first down. Aikman’s comments come on the heels of a Cowboys home game against the Bears that featured thousands of fans from Chicago making the trip to Dallas to support their team, to such an extent that Bears players said it felt like a home game. Jerry Jones’s new stadium is big and fancy, but it doesn’t necessarily give the Cowboys much of a home-field advantage. I’ve always believed, and I think it was Norv Turner who got this in my head, you know, even if you’re getting hit as a quarterback, I always took responsibility if the ball was on the ground.
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