Dak Prescott says, "Pour honey on me," but Jerry Jones doesn't want to "poke the bear" by going ahead of the Cowboys-Eagles game.

When speaking about Dallas' next game, Jones was surprisingly composed, and Prescott is excited about everything about it.

 Jerry Jones, the general manager and owner of the Dallas Cowboys, is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for his leadership in elevating his franchise to the top of the global market value. 

Having the mindset that "all news is good news" in regards to media attention is a component in Jones' playbook. 

 He hardly ever hesitates to declare that his Cowboys are a "Super Bowl or bust" or that the club he now leads (5-2) is the best in his organization. 

In his customary postgame conversation with media members on Sunday

 he adopted a humble demeanor after Dallas' 43-20 thrashing of the visiting Los Angeles Rams in Week 8. 

When asked if he would consider the Super Bowl following a convincing team victory

 Jones responded, "Well, no, I think we just need to call it for what it is," following the game

We had a great game tonight, and we get to come back here next week to repeat it. 

I've been watching the Washington-Philly game on the side up there [the Eagles won 38-31], and both of those teams have twice as many wins as we have.

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