Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Obviously Not Expecting Football Games in 2011

January 5, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Since taking over the Cowboys in 1989, Jones has been at the center of the parade and has generally done a masterful job of marketing the team. He has spent big money and also brought hope to the biggest fanbase in the NFL even in years past the Super Bowls. The results have obviously been mixed, especially considering trades and head-coaching hires. But you get the sense that Jones, in the wake of yet another head-coaching search (if we can even call it that), is just sort of mailing this one in.
Apparently Jones will name his “adopted” son, Jason Garrett, the eighth head coach in the history of a once-fine franchise that surpassed all others in terms of loyalty, visibility and achievements. This will happen as soon as Jones has “interviewed” a couple of African-American assistants from here and there.
Sadly enough, Ray Sherman and now Todd Bowles will play the part of Rooney Rule enablers while knowing full and well that they will not get the job. Wh...

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