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Jerry Jones Upset At Being Kept Out of Cowboys Locker Room After Loss

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, November 4th, 2012
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Jerry Jones is angry and you won’t like Jerry when he is angry.

Jerry Jones was asked by Bob Costas if he would have ever fired himself as General Manager of the Cowboys and he had an interesting answer.

“Well, I think so, because he was there to dismiss. I’ve always worked for myself and you can’t do that. You basically have to straighten that guy out in the mirror when you work for yourself. But certainly, if I’d had the discretion, I’ve done it with coaches and certainly I would have changed a general manager.”

Basically, what he is saying is that he knows he has done a bad job, but he isn’t going to fire himself.

If he brought in a real GM he couldn’t have been as hands on with the team and we know how he loves to be hands on.

Does anyone even know that Jason Garrett is the coach?

The only time I hear about Garrett is when he is messing up time management situations.  Cowboys aren’t dead though.  They have a bunch of games at home against below .500 teams, so the season isn’t lost, but going downhill fast.

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  1. ChewTheDirt says:

    Boy when will this moron take a hint. He’s got all the money in the world but clearly can’t run a football team. Great reaction by NFL analyst http://bit.ly/TGf3fC . What’s the worst that can happen if he actually steps down, the team actually wins a playoff game? Wouldn’t that be nice…

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