Jerry Jones Promises An Uncomfortable Off-Season Of Change For Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been unusually quiet since his team blew another chance to make into the playoffs during the final game of their regular season.
Jones was on with Jasmine Sadry of 105.3 The Fan, and he let it be known “he wasn’t please and changes would take place.”
“I’m very disappointed. I thought we missed a great opportunity (to win Sunday),” Jones said. “… I can assure fans that it’s going to be very uncomfortable for the next couple of weeks and months at Valley Ranch.”
“Change is necessary at 8-8. A change will happen.”
There have been numerous reports of head coach Jason Garrett getting an offensive coordinator, a move Garrett quickly disputed.
There has also been talk of defensive coordinator Rob Ryan being on the hot seat. One are Jones did not waver or need reassurance in was his loyalty to Tony Romo,
“I’m proud of Tony Romo. Real proud of Tony Romo,”