The Dallas Cowboys are once again fighting to stay in the hunt for a playoff birth. At 2-2, they're by no means in a do-or-die situation, but Jerry Jones hasn't been able to help his team with new talent, and it looks like it's time for Jones to give up the keys to his team's personnel department.
Jerry Jones suffers from a bad case of narcissism. His success in the mid 90s as the man calling the shots in Dallas probably gave him too much confidence in himself, and it's created a big problem from a management perspective.
That problem is that someone's head has to roll for a bad team's performance, and he can't fire his general manager if he believes there's not enough talent on his team. As the acting GM, his scapegoat has to be the head coach, and that's not always a good idea either.
I have and always will subscribe to the notion that stability is as important as competence at the head coaching position. By that, I mean that an average head coach will be able to functi...