More To Prove: Jerry Jones or Tony Romo

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Sep 15, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones and owner Jerry Jones talk to a Kansas City Chiefs staff member before the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Dallas Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

 

Jerry Jones Has More To Prove

Nobody has taken more blame than the general manager. Stuck in land of mediocrity for nearly two decades, fans are angry and lost somewhere in the 90′s.

Jerry Jones does deserve credit. As an owner and business man, nobody is more respected in the NFL than Jones.

It’s owning the title of general manager that has halted Jones.

But does his reputation change after a Super Bowl win? Will Jones be hailed as one of the greats? Will fans even like him?

The answer is yes. Everything will change. Jones will be the guy who won one without Jimmy Johnson’s blueprint (players, coaches, schemes, knowledge). He’ll be the guy who laughed back at the world who joshed at him.

Jerry Jones, with a ring, is validated. It all goes away.

Those negative messages in the media? Gone. All gone.

With another ring, even Tom Landry would have to clap. At that point it would be up to Jones to say, “I told you so.”

If he chooses.

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  • SmartThinking

    This story is inane. No information here. Speculative at best. Getting tired of wading through content on this website churned out by semi-pros with no real input of value.

  • disqus_kLJwdEdnOL

    Jerry Jones has nothing to prove. He has already proven he is a complete failure as a general manager.