Dallas Cowboys: 10 takeaways from All or Nothing (Part 2)
The world cannot talk about the Dallas Cowboys without discussing its owner. Whether we like it or not, Jerry Jones has his DNA all over America’s Team. From Jerry’s World to his flying helicopter (how cool is that chopper?), to his meetings with his family/staff, the cameras rolled and we just watched.
Here’s a secret you may not know already: Jerry Jones loves the Dallas Cowboys. Maybe a little too much? There’s no question the general manager is thirsty for another ring. No question. But how he goes about it is questionable.
After watching the full slate of eight episodes, each an hour-long, you get the impression Jones is too involved. From giving locker room speeches to offering his support to each and every one of his players.
He’s been a father figure for wide receiver Dez Bryant. He’s professed his love for the Dallas Cowboys, the staff, and his thirst for another Lombardi Trophy. The question is, does the man get too involved to the point his feelings impede the growth of the organization?
Regardless, Jerry Jones isn’t going anywhere. The man knows how to dial-up extra butter on the popcorn for some great television. Though, his ability to create entertainment doesn’t translate to wins on the football field, especially during the month of January.