Found January 04, 2013 on Football Nation:
When exactly is enough? What is the tolerance level?What happens when you reach that mark, when you've finally seen all that you built and pushed your hopes and dreams on, and it doesn't bear the fruit that you promised?Rip it up and start again? Not exactly. It's too far down the road for that now.Its not exactly an ivory tower that Jerry Jones looks down upon his empire from, but it's as probably as close to one that you will find amongst all the steel and glass in his magical kingdom.The rose tinted glasses have been dislodged, and now a sense of mild panic has settled in. Jones is too proud to admit when he's wrong. Anyone with the history behind him as he has in the NFL, will not start to look at, and question himself."I can tell you change is necessary at 8-8...We're going to have to have changes."So what we can we expect after a statement like that?Sweeping wholesale changes of the coaching staff? Well, for all his shortcomings Head Coach Jas...
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