Nov 6, 2011; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on the sidelines with the team in the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Cowboys Stadium. The Cowboys beat the Seahawks 23-13. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Poll: Is Dallas Cowboys’ Owner Jerry Jones Too Loyal?


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Is Dallas Cowboys' Owner Jerry Jones Too Loyal To His Players And Coaches?

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  • californy

    The only thing JJ is loyal to is himself. JJ may be one of the most generous owner in the NFL. Nobody ever accused JJ of ever being a cheap skate. The problem is he over pays players here in the NFL. How many cap hits do we have on the fact that many players never reached their potential and never could finished out their career here in Dallas; Here are just a couple of examples, Roy Williams, Marrion barber, Terrel Owens,, Leonard Davis, Andre Gurode. Now lets look at the future cap hits in the making, we have Ratliff, Spears, Miles Austin and Doug Free.
    It like I said he is not loyal to no one. He is ready to throw any coaches underneath the bus for his lack of ability as this team GM with the dismisal of coaches like Wade Phillips, Dave Campo and Hudson hawk. Then if that was no enough he created the story line is the window closing, and many pointed out to the fact that Tony Romo has not won the big game here in Dallas as if it was his fault. I believe he ws ready to throw Romo underneath the bus, until the fans figure out that the Romo Friendly draft was just a sham. It didnt take the fans to long to figure out the Ol JJ signed in FA was much worst than the one we had last year. JJ is to stubborn to quickly admit to his short comings as this team GM and has let many better OL go without an attemp to upgrade the position. The trade for Cook, who was a 3rd string Center for Miami is the example on how bad of OL this team had in a player like Costa. It seem like JJ is looking for bad player just to pick up to show how great his player evaluation really is. Even a bad player in Cook is not bad enough that he can not beat out Costus. Gurode and Jason Brown are way better player, JJ know there out there but he wont go there because he wont admit to his short coming as this team GM.