Jerry Jones was not a happy camper after the Cowboys dropped to a 3-5 record on Sunday night, but it may not have all been due to the loss.

The Cowboys' owner/general manager was locked out of the locker room after Dallas' 19-13 defeat, according to Matt Barrie from NBC5 in Dallas. The Cowboys had confidence going into the game with defensive coordinator Rob Ryan even guaranteeing a win over the Falcons.

Unfortunately for Dallas, it wasn't meant to be and the Falcons remain undefeated, while the Cowboys are falling further out of the playoff picture. Jones told Bob Costas before the Sunday Night Football broadcast that as an owner, he would have fired himself as general manager by now. Maybe he should consider doing just that, and giving someone else the reins to the everyday operations of the team.

Take a look at Barrie's tweet below.