Roger Staubach saved the Cowboys many times as a Hall of Fame quarterback. Now he would like to see Cowboys owner Jerry Jones loosen his grip on his general manager duties, which might be Staubach's greatest Hail Mary attempt of all.
Staubach, who quarterbacked the Cowboys' first two Super Bowl wins in the 1970s, said Friday he would like to see Jones scale back his dual roles while on the Mike & Mike show on ESPN Radio.
"Jerry is trying real hard," Staubach said. "He goes back to the old days when they won three Super Bowls. I think the formula is he's got to find a medium ground there and delegate more authority."
The Cowboys are 3-5 at the midway point of the regular season and on a two-game losing streak going into Sunday's game at Philadelphia.
The disappointing first half combined Jones' reiterating in interviews that he will not give up the GM title has rekindled the hot-button issue of his handling of the team. Things got even hotter later this week when former coac...