Dallas Cowboys: Why Owner Jerry Jones Doesn’t See Country Club Atmosphere

May 3, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones doesn't see the country club atmosphere of his franchise because he's there all the time and is simply not accountable for anything. Overexposure and entitlement will eventually erode the ability to maintain broad perspective, or at least I believe this to be true.
In an apparent attempt to smooth things over more so than to create excitement about the upcoming season, Jones spent some time with season ticket holders on Wednesday.
During an hour-long chat, he addressed the idea that Valley Ranch has an atmosphere that is perhaps too relaxed or friendly. SportsDayDFW.com special contributor Jon Machota captured the following unbelievable statement:
I don’t think that we do have a country club atmosphere around here. There’s too much competition. These players recognize how fortunate they are to be in the NFL, to have these opportunities. We’ve got as good or better leadership than my experience in 24 y...

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