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Jerry Jones started down the right track after the Dallas Cowboys missed the playoffs for the third consecutive year. He questioned everything, including the coaching. The only thing he was sure of was Tony Romo, because when you look out into the NFL horizon this year, there isn’t much better. Now, he’s changing his tune and showing complete confidence in the puppet he created, Jason Garrett. In a video posted at the team’s official website (via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram), “However he comes up with how he wants to design how the offense runs, coupled with the fact that we’ve made the changes defensively and with special teams, I’m going to be excited about it,” Jones said... Read more
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  • JJ is in a tough spot with Garrett. The proverbial rock and a hard place. Here goes... If he fires Garrett, he admits that he sucks as a GM and hired the wrong puppet. If he continues to let Garrett run the offense, Garrett will prove that he sucks as a GM and that he is supporting the wrong puppet. Either way, oh well, you get the drift. The only way to fix this turd is to tear it down from the top and start all over again. But, that is not going to happen because JJ is under the illusion that he is EXCELLENT. He thinks that playing offensive line at Arkansas makes him a great judge of football talent. Never mind that he played in an era when players used leather helmets with no facemasks. The only accurate part of that statement is OFFENSIVE. Offensive is what he continues to construct from his perch at Valley Ranch. I don't know about y'all, it's almost as much fun watching JJ dangle from his self emposed noose as it is to watch the Cowboys succeed. Till next time.
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