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Dak Prescott ‘not the star’ of Dallas Cowboys as Patriots comparison made

The Dallas Cowboys have been given some advice as to how to copy the success of the New England Patriots.

The NFL franchise is 10-1 this season and Tom Brady and co are eyeing another Super Bowl.

But the Dallas Cowboys are 6-5 this campaign and are struggling at times.

But Osi Unemyiora has some advice for owner Jerry Jones, who he claims is the star of the franchise above the likes of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott.

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"Jerry Jones is the star. It's not Dak Prescott, it's not Ezekiel Elliott. It's Jerry Jones," he told the BBC.

"Where as in New England, they don't care who gets the credit.

"Everyone does everything, they pay meticulous attention to every single detail.

"And this is what has allowed them to have 20 straight winning seasons.

"And if you model yourself after that, after Bill Belichick, you're going to come out winning every time."\

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Jones is rumoured to be considering sacking Jason Garrett.

And the college legend Urban Meyer is the surprise candidate to replace him at the Cowboys.

But Jones has been warned against the move.

Rivals National Recruiting Director Mike Farrell tweeted that Meyer would be a disaster at the Cowboys.

And now he has elaborated on his thoughts.

“Some coaches are college coaches and are made for that," he told Yahoo.

"They’re made for recruiting and development and roster turnover and juggling all the things that come with being a college coach.

"Urban Meyer is that guy. As an Xs and Os guy, he’s just OK.

"He wins with superior talent and has had a few games where you just shake your head and wonder how he lost it. Not many of course, but some.

"Meyer sells a vision better than anyone else to young future pros but he won’t be able to use his vast array of skills on men getting paid millions. That’s just the way it is.”

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