GLENDALE, AZ - SEPTEMBER 25: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talks before the start of the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium on September 25, 2017 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talks “screaming into (his) pillow” during Super Bowl LII

Jerry Jones is... jealous?

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is apparently not taking the Philadelphia Eagles winning the Super Bowl well. In fact, he has admitted that he screamed into his pillow while watching his NFC East rivals play the New England Patriots in The Big Game.

"The muffled voice you have been hearing is me screaming in my pillow over not being here and seeing Philadelphia," Jones said at the NFL Honors on Saturday night.

That is Jones admitting he was a bit upset that it was the Eagles, not his Cowboys, playing in the Super Bowl.

Jones was not done being brutally honest. When the idea of Jones maybe getting too comfortable with not being a dominant team, he responded in kind:

"Did I look comfortable this year around the NFL?" Jones responded rhetorically. "I'm just as uncomfortable about this. I really do naturally look to change. I really do look to change."

Jones saying stuff like that isn't exactly shocking.

Unfortunately, this isn't the only news to come out of the franchise this weekend. Longtime NFL scout, and father of Jason Garrett, Jim Garrett passed away. He was 87.

(H/T The Star-Telegram)