Originally written on Silver and BlueBlood  |  Last updated 11/10/14

ARLINGTON, TX - JANUARY 09: Running back Felix Jones #28 of the Dallas Cowboys runs the ball against the Philadelphia Eagles during the 2010 NFC wild-card playoff game at Cowboys Stadium on January 9, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
Long-suffering Cowboys fans have looked with a wishful and hopeful eye to the future. Jerry Jones cannot go on forever. Some day, he will give into the advancing years or the Grim Reaper and his son Stephen will take the reins. Then, sanity will be restored to team leadership, Stephen will save the day! Jerry Jones is sick. We all know it. He has a horrible case of Optimisticitis, which causes him to see everything he does and sees as better than it actually is. This dread disease robs the mind of a realistic view of the world. Couple that with Spinster’s Disease, which causes its host to put a spin on every topic, regardless of how insane the spin may be, and you have one very sick man. After getting off to one of the worst starts of any owner of any professional sports franchise in history, Jerry Jones earned the respect and trust of Dallas Cowboys fans by hiring Jimmy Johnson and subsequently delivering three Super Bowl championships. Then, he lost it when his pride got in the wa...
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