Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was understandably down after Monday night's 34-18 loss to the Chicago Bears.
Speaking Tuesday morning on Dallas radio station KRLD-FM, Jones, said, "I know this: I couldn't be more disappointed. Frankly, I'm surprised we didn't play better."
Quarterback Tony Romo equaled a career high with five interceptions in the rout.
"We all see what happens when your quarterback tries to do too much," Jones said.
The Cowboys fell to 2-2 entering a bye week.
"They made plays with the ball. We didn't," Jones said. "We got beat soundly. That's all there is to it."
Jones did offer some good news, saying center Phil Costa (back) could return when the Cowboys face the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 14 and that starting nose tackle Jay Ratliff (ankle) and defensive end Kenyon Coleman (knee) also might be ready to go.