Found August 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
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TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was caught living the high life on TMZ cameras in Beverly Hills recently with his wife, Gene, after eating dinner at the fine dining restaurant, Mr. Chow. Jones has been asked numerous questions this offseason about who will be calling plays this season, or is Jason Garrett's job on the line, but hasn't been asked about what he thinks are the Cowboys chances are to win the Super Bowl. Until now. The TMZ camera man, who seems to be a Cowboys fan, was only able to get one question out as Jones rushed to his car. "Are we going to win a Super Bowl this year or what?" Jones, who had his back turned to camera, confidently stated loudly, "yes." Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Jerry Jones -- We're WINNING the Super Bowl This Year, Period. - Watch More Celebrity Videos or Subscribe So there you go, Jerry Jones, ownergeneral manager of the Cowboys, says the Lombardi Trophy will be coming back to Dallas. Or he was just in a hurry to get back to his five-star hotel and answered with the quickest response he could think. You decide.
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