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Poll: Will Jerry Jones Ever Sell The Dallas Cowboys?

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Will Jerry Jones Ever Sell The Dallas Cowboys?

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  • californy

    JJ will never sell the Cowboys at least not in his life. I do see son hiring a GM when JJ is done. What JJ doesnt realise he can save millions per year vs paying all these dead money if he will only hired a real Football man. Despite JJ expereince as this team GM, he is hardly a football guy, if he were his team would not be 1 game above 500 in the last 14 years.
    JJ has cripple this franchise to the point that we have no depth, poor player development and guarantee huge cap hits in the future. I could of swore I saw a article about JJ extending JG contract out another 5 years and doing so with Witten also till 2018. I like Witten but this is a huge mistake by JJ. A good GM will not extend a player just so he could be a future Cap hit player.
    The way I look at the boys JJ only care about making a dollar he is the best in that department. I just want to see my boys as the franchise we can talk about with pride without having to revisit the history of the last 20 years in doing so. Most team would not of extended Spencer at least not with a 8.8 million dollar contract. A good GM would of found a middle ground. The Scandrick deal has to be one of the worst contract we have had in a while. This contract undermind Jenkins future with the boys. I don see Jenkins having a future with the boy despite needing him in case Claiborne under achieves like I think he would. A good GM would of never of drafted Jenkins, a player who is a poor tackler should not be part of a team like the boys. The Claiborne pick will come back to bite us, he was not worth the trade up for him. I always saw more value in trading down to the pick in the 20th range. There was so much value there. I would of traded Miles Austin in this year draft for a pick in the top 35 pick, the 49 ers and the Rams in the secound would of traded with us. Mark Quick WR the Rams pick at 33 would of been a great selection 6-5 4.5 speed, who Ray Sherman compairs him to the next TO.

  • Acheron

    Okay… I’m glad you’re not GM because none of your suggestions make sense.

    First, regarding Spencer – the franchise tag is actually a smart move as it allows us to keep him for another year at a position where there is no viable backup on the roster ready to step up as a full-time starter. Also, what is this “middle ground” you speak of? Spencer’s market value is easily $6 million a year (Ahmad Brooks got a 6 year/37 million extension in SF). Do you really want to commit to Spencer for 4-5 more years? I think this move was prudent as it allows us to see if another player on the roster will step up this season and challenge for his starting spot. Letting him walk would have been stupid, as the next best guy we have is Victor Butler, who isn’t nearly as complete as Spencer.

    And Witten is extended through 2017, but the last 2 years of his contract appear to have no guarantees, so that gives us some flexibility there.

    The Scandrick deal is debatable, but if you’re arguing that we should have not signed Scandrick and kept Jenkins instead, there is the issue of who would take his spot in the slot. Is Jenkins really better than Scandrick playing out of the slot? Jenkins is also much more injury prone.

    I’m also not really sure why you are so pessimistic about one of the most highly regarded corners to come out of the draft since Deion Sanders. Who exactly were you targeting in the 20 range? You wanted to trade down to the back of the first and take Brian (not Mark) Quick? I really think that using a first round pick on a WR would have been a huge mistake given our deficiencies at defense. The only pick on offense that would have made any sense at all in the first round would have been DeCastro.

    If you meant that you wanted to trade Miles Austin for a second first round pick to use on Brian Quick then that is probably the dumbest idea of anything you presented. We are already thin at WR. Why trade away a proven commodity and producer for a relative unknown? Rookie WRs generally take 2-3 years to develop. If we trade Austin, the only legitimate receiver we have is Bryant, which is just horrible depth. Not to mention that trading Austin would leave us with millions in dead money.