Every Texan out there will tell you:
"Everything is bigger in Texas"
Jerry Jones is the biggest proponent of that saying. The Dallas Cowboys have one of the largest fanbases and they spend big money on players with big egos. In fact, Jerry Jones has a bigger ego than the state of Texas. Jones built a Texas-sized stadium for the Dallas Cowboys, but you better have a big pocketbook to go see them live. Those tickets have the biggest price-tag in the NFL.
The only thing small about Jerry Jones and the Cowboys is their success in the playoffs recently. If you don't include their playoff victory from last season over the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cowboys haven't won a playoff game since Dec. 28, 1996. That's embarrassing.
It's almost a joke how he runs his NFL team. The only reason they are relevant today is because Tony Romo came out of utterly no where to be one of the best pure passers in the entire league. If Tony Romo wasn't there to take over for Drew Bledsoe when he left, I swear Jones would not have a job right now.
Think about all the recent great ideas Jones has had about his football team. He brought in Tank Johnson, Pacman Jones and even the fabled Terrell Owens, who single-handedly dismantled any form of teamwork the Cowboys put together in his three year tenure with the team. Gee golly wiz, those guys sure worked out well. The team has no cohesion now, it' just a bunch of knuckleheads being lead by a bigger knucklehead, and they are all shoving eachother around trying to get a piece of the spotlight.
All of his bull-crap has made him out to be a fool, but something he has done recently has awarded him with our first ever Knucklehead of the Week award. Check it out:
In this video, Jerry Jones talks about Tony Romo being a mircale (lol), his explaination of hiring Bill Parcells (to sell Parcells jerseys?), and his general apathy towards Tim Tebow (he's a born leader, something the Cowboys definitely don't need).
As far as I'm concerned, the Cowboys have no future with Jerry Jones calling the shots. Wade Davis is the biggest yes-man in the NFL, and what a perfect fit he is to coach a Jerry Jones team.
I guess I do have one thing to thank Jerry for. He sure does bring the circus to the NFL.