Mediocrity In Dallas
Jerry Jones' Cowboys
While the Dallas Cowboys are extensively covered by the sports media in print, television, talk radio and in on-line publications, "Mediocrity in Dallas, Jerry Jones' Cowboys", is the first comprehensive critical analysis of the Jerry Jones GM performance, during the post Jimmy Johnson era. Jimmy Johnson's teams were loaded with young talent that won three out of four Super Bowls from 1992-1995.
After Jimmy Johnson left the Cowboys, the team almost immediately began to deteriorate. By the time the clock ticked 0:00 at the end of Super Bowl XXX, the Cowboys last Super Bowl win, the Dallas Cowboys reign of greatness had come to an end.
"Mediocrity in Dallas, Jerry Jones' Cowboys" recounts and analyses the poor performance of Jerry Jones as the franchises self-proclaimed General Manager.The mistakes and poor judgment in Jerry Jones player personnel selection and coaching choices are discussed, as the mediocre performance of the team from 1996 through 2012 is reviewed. Jerry Jones ego has completely clouded his judgment, and has compromised his ability to make decisions that are in the best interest of the Dallas Cowboys team, and its fans.
It is time for Jerry Jones to face the music for his performance as the team's GM.