Found January 02, 2013 on Helmet2Helmet:
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He may have spared head coach Jason Garrett, but let's be clear: 'happy' is not an adjective you'd use to describe Jerry Jones. Appearing on his weekly radio show, the Cowboys' outspoken owner angrily said the coming months will be "very comfortable" at Valley Ranch, the team's headquarters, following an 8-8 season. "I can assure our fans this, that it's going to be very uncomfortable from my standpoint, it's going to be very uncomfortable for the next few weeks and months at Valley Ranch," Jones said, via ESPNDallas.com. A "frustrated, angry and perhaps flustered" Jones vowed to make changes to his club, declaring it in such a way that would make even Sam Cooke proud. "I can tell you change is necessary at 8-8," Jones said. "Change is in order when you spend the two seasons in a row down to the last two games and lose them, so we're going to have to have changes." Those changes could ...
9 Comments:
  • The change needed for the Cowboys is a change in ownership Jones destroyed a great management when he took over and has gone downhill ever since so could some one please buy this A__hole out
  • Move Romo to punter, Since he likes to send the ball downfield to the opposing team !
  • Jerky Jones won a couple of Super Bowls with a team put together by someone else; with a couple of has been college coaches, now that he is responsible for everything on the field, the Cowboys look like they are straight out of Pop Warner.Now he wants to blame everyone but himself, Shame, Shame.
  • Oh heck Buffalobutt! I know a good Pop Warner team here in Fort Worth that could beat the Dallas Cowboys! Here is what changes need to be made if Dallas is ever going to play football with the big boys again. 1.) Fire the pathetic GM by buying him out, and get someone in that position that actually knows something about football to run things. 2.) Hand Jason Garrett his walking papers and point him towards I-635 while waving"byebye" to him. 3.) Get a good quarterback that knows how to read a field, call an audible when needed, and knows the difference between the Cowboys' jerseys and those of their opponents. 4.) Finally, get the first and second string players healthy again so they can be out there playing football instead of the third string players that couldn't find their backsides with a GPS and a flashlight. Do those four things and maybe, just maybe the Cowboys will make it to the playoffs again.
  • What a tool! The only change that needs to happen is at GM, Jerry aka you,ahole! Jerry created this diaster by himself. We all know he wants to take all the credit, but he refuses to take any of the blame.
    What a hillbilly punk!
  • Owners Own, GMs Manage, Coaches Coach and Players Play! If you attempt to combine any of those responsibilities there are problems. This has been an issue since Jerry Jones took over. As long as Jerry Jones is at the helm we are going to keep seeing the same thing season after season. I have been a fan since the 70's (Pre-Jerry Jones) and I would like to see the day that he realizes this! Unfortunately, hell will probably freeze over first!
  • Don't change anything about the cowgirls. Keeping things the same will give the rest of the league a good laugh, especially JJ and his ego.
  • Hey don't compare the cowboys to girls. I could take a bunch of girls and beat the COWBOYS. Nothing is going to change for the cowboys until JJ sets in his office and stays out of it Jason Garrett is gone Tony Romo is gone the OL is replaced and all of the players learn to play through injurys just like the rest of the NFL teams do. I have never seen such a big bunch of weenies in my life.
  • You people are a bunch of idiots, Jerry Jones brought more Super Bowl victories to Dallas in 5 years than the Cowboys have had the rest of their franchise lifetime. If I owned a team worth over a billion dollars I would run everything I could. The problem is the salary cap that has brought this league to mediocrity and allows 9-7 teams to win the super bowl like the punks from new york last year. Kill the salary cap and let the big boys eat.
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