Jerry Jones Admits He Likes Stirring Up Cowboys QB Controversy & Explains Why



The first person you hear from after any Cowboys game isn’t Jason Garrett or any of the players it is Jerry Jones.

His media scrum are bigger than all the players combined.

Jerry loves the attention and explains why he is the one who often has stirred up controversy about Dak Prescott and Tony Romo via The Star Telegram.

In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, Jones acknowledged fueling the mini-quarterback controversy with rookie quarterback Dak Prescott and veteran backup Tony Romo to create national interest.

“That’s one of the things that makes sports interesting,” Jones said in the article. “I do feed that.”

“I think there’s some of me that wants to [stir things up],” Jones said in the article. “That probably is intentional.”

I appreciate Jerry’s honesty and I am sure the team has learned to ignore it and chalk it up to Jerry being Jerry.

Dak did his talking on the field last night to make sure Jerry couldn’t say anything but praise for him.