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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones likes to win.
So much so, that he is finally publicly stating that he has put his head coach on the hot seat.
Jones has always used colorful terms to describe the state of his team.
When he spoke with the Star-Telegram at the NFL Scouting Combine he went as far as to say that the Cowboys are “in a rut that is akin to lying dead in a coffin.”
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