Jay Ajayi thinks the Cowboys did more than slump in Week 11.
In fact, the Eagles running back believes the Cowboys flat out quit sometime in the third quarter of Sunday’s 37-9 loss at AT&T Stadium.
“We wanted to come out here and get the Cowboys because it’s always fun beating America’s Team at their place.”
The soaring Eagles (9-1) are set to host the Bears (3-7) in Week 12, while the Cowboys (5-5) will look to snap their two-game skid as they prepare for another home game against the Chargers (4-6) on Thanksgiving Day.
Smith-Schuster, 20, shared a video of himself on Snapchat last month after his bicycle was taken from his apartment, though it was returned the next day. He had been dependent on his bike for transportation but will now be able to drive on four wheels once he gets himself car. Given his breakout this season amid Martavis Bryant’s quarrel with the team, Smith-Schuster should be able to save up the money in no time.
Smith-Schuster, who turns 21 this month, has 24 catches for 424 yards and four touchdowns through the first eight games this season.
Dez Bryant was targeted 14 times Sunday night, which continues a bizarre trend in which he has reached double-digit targets every other game tracing back to Week 1. Bryant is averaging 9.8 targets overall and has handled a career-high 31 percent of Dallas’ targets.