Found October 17, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told KRLD-FM on Tuesday that he believes hie team can win the Super Bowl this season.
“We’ve got to have some wins to make sure we’re in the hunt, but I keep pointing out we’re fresh off a world champion (Giants) that won nine of 16 ballgames last year,” Jones said on via ESPNDallas.com. “We know you want your team as healthy and as in sync as it can be as we get on into the end of the season. We know we’ve played one division game and won it. We got those guys (the Giants) coming back in here. We know that’s going to be a big game for us.
“All of those things give us a chance to take a team that is, if you look at the pluses (Sunday), evolving into a team that can compete for the championship. Not next year. This year.”
Jones was then asked if he meant the Cowboys could win a Super Bowl this season.
“Correct,” Jones said. “Let me emphasize that. I’m not into everybody getting better or learning for years to come. It’s this year.”
Jones really needs to learn to keep his mouth shut. Talk about putting pressure on your team.
4 Comments:
  • What has Jerry been smoking? He will never win a superbowl with ROMO. He can't even win a division let alone a Superbowl!
  • Jerry is always selling. It's the only thing he does well. There is no chance for this team this year, too many holes. If Jerry doesn't hire a GM, forget about building a team. We can only hope his son can convince him to get help.
  • Jerry is dilusional, always has been, Great guy and I **** him, but for all his brilliant business achievments he just can't let go of the football end and get a good general manager that has football smarts. He had two coaches that wre very good. He paid Jimmy Johnson a million dollars to get out of town and Bill Parcels left because of his meddling...He will never change. Don't look for it to happen until his wallet gets thinner from lack of fan support and that will happen, You can only hype success so far and soon or later you have to pony up with the real McCoy...WINS
  • Jerry Jones have to find some help with the team or for him self stop dreaming thi is for real be a wenner, Jason Garrett you have to teacher you'r studens beter than that revew the previous games to see what they do wrogn, but anyways go cowboys
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