Found January 02, 2013 on No Guts, No Glory:
Dallas Cowboys owner and GM for life, has finally seen enough after seeing his Cowboys finish the season 8-8 and miss the playoffs. And since his owner and GM for life, it’s his job to do whatever he can to help the Cowboys finally win more than eight games. Something they haven’t been able to do in the past two seasons. So when speaking with Jasmine Sadry of KRLD-FM, Jones vowed that changes are on the horizon in Dallas. And even went as far to say that the offseason will be “uncomfortable” for those in the organization. Jerry Jones’ feelings on how the season ended: “I’m very disappointed. I thought we missed a great opportunity (to win Sunday)” #Cowboys — Jasmine Sadry (@JasmineSadry) January 2, 2013 Jerry Jones says his takeaway from loss to Washington: “We’ve got a lot of work to do” #Cowboys — Jasmine Sadry (@JasmineSadry) January 2, 2013 Jerry Jones cryptically says: “Change is necessary at 8-8. A change will happen” #Cowboys — Jasmine Sadry (@JasmineSadry) January 2,
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  • I'm sure that he will find someone else to blame instead of admitting that he is not a GM and shouldn't be trying to act like one.
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