The headline says it all – we will be on this AM talking with Dave Clark from Sounder At Heart – previewing the season as well as your regular slate of programming.
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Yesterday on KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan, Jerry Jones said it is going to get real uncomfortable around the Dallas Cowboys organization. It seems like Jones is pointing the finger at a lot people around the organization, minus Tony Romo, for the team not making the playoffs. He said Romo is a key piece of the team and isn’t going anywhere. Before I start ripping into Jerry Jones, he might want to rethink Romo being so great. Yes, Tony finished third in yards and sixth in touchdowns, but he was first in most interceptions thrown. Throwing 19 interceptions in 16 games isn’t good (Captain Obvious dropping by to say hello). I am not saying you can go out and get anything better, but if you are going to place blame there should be a finger pointed in his direction as well.
As for you, Jerry, you might want to take a look at yourself first. You have your hand in every decision the Cowboys make, not only who the coaches are but also who the players are. You are more hands on than any other owner in the NFL. You needs to take a step back and realize the Cowboys have only been to the playoffs seven times since there 1995 Superbowl win over the Steelers. During those seven trips, they only have two wins. Something isn’t really working Jerry and the one constant has been you. Your teams hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2009 and those two playoff wins in 17 years is pretty pathetic. Even one of the worst franchises in NFL history, the Arizona Cardinals, have more playoff wins than your squad. Those wins include one over your Cowboys and a trip to the Super Bowl.
This improvement project doesn’t start with the finger pointing out, it starts with the finger pointing in. It takes a real man to admit fault and it seems you are really struggling with that. That is probably why….
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