According to NFL.com, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is hopping mad about his team's middling season:
"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."
Added Jones: "Change is necessary at 8-8. A change will happen."
All those years in Sunday School (before I crossed the Tiber) now come in handy, since they enable me to point Mr. Jones to Matthew 7:3-5.
As a FB friend noted:
For a while there, [Redskins owner Dan] Snyder was a Jones Mini Me, but he seemed to have learned lessons that Jerry refuses to learn.
Which prompted another to write:
Was actually just going to write essentially SLT's last comment. Synder has relinquished decision-making to Shanahan and Shanny's hand-picked GM. Which is probably right, since Shanny sucked as a GM, with the exception of either an uncanny penchant for finding RB talent or a RB-friendly offense. We'll see if RGIII takes a sophomore slump ala Cam Newton. If not, you've got the nucleus of a contender for the next decade. The Cowboys' window is rapidly closing, as Romo, Ware, and Witten are leaving their prime.
Problem is that Jerry, because he played college football before any of us were born---and I'm not a young man--- thinks he's a "football guy."
Yep. (And it makes me happy.)