Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is growing increasingly frustrated with his franchise’s year in and year out ineptitude, and would like to start competing for championships asap.
Jones has taken share of the blame because of his personnel choices, and his unwillingness to bring in someone to be a general manager.
Jones recently reiterated at the NFL Combine that he would remain the teams general manager, and would like for the pundits, and experts to simply “give him the credit as GM when the Cowboys do when the Super Bowl again,” via the Star-Telegram.
“I pretty much go with what I did the night I bought the team,” Jones said, via theStar-Telegram. “I said I was going to be the GM. . . . It would be a facade if someone else was sitting in my shoes and someone thought they were spending the money. It would be deception. . . . I would grant you the decisions that have been made over the years have not produced a Super Bowl, two Super Bowls or three Super Bowls that I would like to have been a part of. And the only thing I am going to do there is keep trying and then make sure I get the credit when we do get that one. Y’all are going to give it to me, aren’t you?”
Seems like a fair request right?