Originally written on Players View  |  Last updated 11/16/14

The Dallas Cowboys are entertaining if they are not anything else.

As the team tries to rebound from their current 3-5 dilemma, there are no shortages of critics that are firing shots at everyone from coach Jason Garrett, to quarterback Tony Romo to the at-times rambunctious wide receiver Dez Bryant.  

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  • Dez career will be over by the time he reaches or realizes his potential. The only saving grace here is he will make a better wideout than Jerry will make a GM that is for sure
  • Jerry seems to like taking chances w/players who are good athletes and carry lots of baggage which results in negative behavior resulting in poor publicity for them and the team ie: pacman jones, dez bryant, and terrel owens come to mind.
    Man needs to hire experienced general manager who can do a better job of drafting players and talking with the press. He is obviously an optimist after announcing last week that Cowboys were going to make it to the Super Bowl. Looks like they will be in the toilet bowl instead!
  • What Jerry is really saying is" See, see I can evaluate talent as good as Jimmy Johnson or Bill Parcels, so there. This is not going to be another Pacman Jones, Quincy Carter or Ebeneezer Excuban or TO or Roy Williams or Tank Johnson or Leonard Davis or Bobby Carpenter or you get the picture.

    Jed has a long list of failed draft picks and free agent signing. "Jed ain't worth a damn as GM" as they say in the country

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