Why did Stephen A. Smith suggest Jerry Jones and Dallas Cowboys had a bad offseason?

During his appearance on First Take, Stephen A. Smith voiced his severe disapproval of the way the Dallas Cowboys have behaved during the summer.

“Jerry Jones, my buddy, has done a horrible job this offseason,” said Smith, “Horrible dereliction of duty, all I know is that they they go out to drink and they have lunch and they have dinner I don’t know anything else that the front office for the Dallas Cowboys have done this offseason.”

Smith then went on to list some of the important players that the Cowboys have lost during this offseason, including Tyron Smith, Michael Gallup, Tony Pollard, and Jonathan Hankins, among others. He also harped on the fact that the team did not sign Derrick Henry, a former running back for the Titans.

It was then brought to the attention of the ESPN analyst that the three stars of the Cowboys, namely CeeDee Lamb, Micah Parsons, and Dak Prescott, are all poised to receive hefty contract extensions.

Smith stated that nobody believes the Dallas Cowboys are capable of competing for a Super Bowl title.

He also stated that he had no idea what the franchise was trying to accomplish during the offseason. He joked that he was resentful of the team for making it too easy to dismiss them.

Despite the fact that Smith stated that Jones ought to give up part of his responsibilities, he also stated that he would never choose to do so, drawing a parallel between Jones and the well-known New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner.

The National Football League Draft will begin on Thursday at 7 p.m. on ESPN, and the Cowboys will have the opportunity to acquire further talent.