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Jerry Jones: Hall of Fame



On Thursday, the Hall of Fame Game was played, and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones got to watch Dallas kick off football in 2017 against the Arizona Cardinals. As if that wasn’t good enough for him, he was also recognized, along with six others, for being a member of the 2017 NFL Hall of Fame class.

On Friday night, Mr. Jones threw an exclusive party of about 1,000, including personal friends, family, players, and celebrities. This bash included a performance by Justin Timberlake, and plenty of young women for Jerry to hang around.

On Saturday night, Jerry Jones was finally officially inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame, where he will forever be recognized as one of the greatest owners in NFL history.

This is such a significant occurrence for the Cowboys franchise, and for football in general, for multiple reasons. As far as the Cowboys go, Jones is the 4th non-player from the franchise to be inducted, following in the footsteps of greats such as Bill Parcells, Tex Schramm, and Tom Landry (one very important and obvious name is missing from this list). As for football, this gives respect not only to those who play the game, but those who put the game together.

Everyone loves greats such as Joe Montana, Barry Sanders, and Night Train Lane, but none of those players would’ve been in the positions they were in without the help of a handful of men in suits. It’s not only about the game, but about those who devote their lives beyond their playing days to it.

Whether you hate Jerry Jones as a person, or hate the Cowboys because you’re jealous of not one, not two, not three, not four, but five Lombardi trophies hanging out at The Star in Frisco, there is no way you can logically deny Jerry’s greatness. During the historic early-90s domination by the Cowboys, Jerry helped to send six players to the Hall: Michael Irvin, Emmitt Smith, Troy Aikman, Charles Haley, Deion Sanders, and Larry Allen. During that same time period, the Cowboys won three Super Bowls. You can accredit that to Jimmy Johnson all you want, but who hired Jimmy Johnson in the first place? Jerry Jones. On the business side of things, Jones was a financial guru. He helped boost the league to a $790 million dollar TV contract with Fox, which has helped to increase the cap space of the NFL almost five times in the past twenty years.

Love him or hate him, Jerry Jones has done more for the league in twenty years than most people have their entire lives. He owns the most valuable team in the entire sports world, maintains Jerry World in Arlington, and has quite a few successful affairs. The man is a living legend in the sports world, and will finally get the credit he deserves, as his bust will forever sit in Canton, Ohio.

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Cowboys’ Jerry Jones Staying with Jason Garrett



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Despite the obvious failure at the helm, for yet another season, Dallas Cowboys’ owner and general manager Jerry Jones is staying with head coach Jason Garrett for now, despite a brutal loss to the Buffalo Bills on Thanksgiving.

The 26-15 loss to the Bills marked the sixth loss over the past nine games for the Cowboys, who dropped to 6-6 on the season but remain in first place of the NFC East, regardless if the Philadelphia Eagles win on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.

“This is not the time for me [to make a coaching change],” Jones said outside the locker room in an emotional statement. “I’m looking ahead at another ballgame. I’m looking ahead at winning four or five straight and helping write a story they will talk about, how it looks like you’re down and out. And I mean that. That’s the way that I’m operating. Every decision that I make over the next month will be with an eye in mind to get us in the Super Bowl now.”

Garrett should have been fired years ago, following a string of 8-8 seasons, but has somehow, rather baffling too, managed to hold on to his job despite looking completely lost at times.

“You just have to get back to work,” Garrett said. “That’s the nature of the National Football League. It’s hard every week. You are going to deal with adversities over the course of the year. You’re going to have to deal with the successes over the course of the year. You have to learn from them and move on and get ready for the next challenge.”

“I’m going to do the same thing I’ve always done when I get a setback or get my butt kicked. I’m going to get up in the morning and I’m going to look for ways [to help], and I’m not going to panic,” Jones said. “I’m going to look for ways to improve the situation. I’m still glad that when I get up in the morning, I can look for ways to help our team. One of them is not a coaching change. One of them is not reworking the offense or the defense. Those aren’t alternatives for us to be ready to play over the next month and give us a chance to be what we want to be.”

“We’re talking about the last games, opportunity to get it together, the fact that it can happen, the fact we have a lot invested in Jason,” Jones said. “Jason is certainly, in my mind, the coach that could turn this thing around and cause us to have a great year. There’s no question in my mind he should be the head coach to do that.”

“No belief has been lost. No confidence has been lost,” Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott said. “This is simply execution, and that’s on the players. That’s what that conversation was. Credit the leaders. Credit to Michael Bennett, those guys that started that. It was a great conversation, a lot of great words. But it’s just all about us executing and just getting the job done.”

“He’s someone who approaches each and every day with the same mindset and mentality,” Prescott said. “That’s what you need in this league. You can’t get too up and you can’t get too down. You have to stay the same. What he gives to this team, the energy and focus level, we’re thankful for him and we need him to do what we have to do.”

Garrett is clearly not the right guy to be leading this team, and the Cowboys will, unfortunately, have to waste another season finding that out, yet again, the hard way.


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Cowboys’ Jerry Jones Upset Over Referee’s Flag on Jason Garrett



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The Dallas Cowboys looked to be exposed during their 34-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, and Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones isn’t too thrilled, expressing his frustration over a flag thrown on Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett.

Garrett, who is normally even keeled, was hit with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty when he angrily threw a challenge flag on the ground when disputing a potential catch by Cowboys’ wideout Amari Cooper.

Referee Ron Torbert said that Garrett was hit with the penalty,explaining that “It was for abusive language toward an official.”

“Apparently he didn’t like how I threw the [challenge] flag,” Garrett said, according to ESPN’s Todd Archer.

“We had already challenged a potential pass interference earlier [and] you know in that situation you have to use the flag to get the call corrected and you’re not going to have one for later in the game,” Garrett said.

“Obviously, I didn’t handle that situation as well as I should have. I knew we were going to get the play because I saw it and unfortunately we had to use that flag there. And he made the decision to throw a flag on me.”

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was more fiery in his criticism.

“Oh, I hope the little darling didn’t hear something he hadn’t heard before,” Jones said. “We should all stop the wheel over that if he got [a penalty for] abusive language.”

Garrett was upset with a pass interference penalty on defensive back Anthony Brown during the third quarter.

“The standard is very high for them to overturn,” Garrett said. “That was more of a situational challenge. I don’t think it was pass interference. If I thought it was pass interference I wouldn’t have thrown the flag, but understanding the standard is high because of the situation, you have to give yourself a chance. … Oftentimes when you slow it down, things look a little more magnified than they are. I know it’s hard to get those things overturned, but it’s too big of a play not to do it.”

Garrett’s antics were seemingly well received by the players.

“I love it when Coach Garrett does things like that,” Cowboys defensive linemen Tyrone Crawford said. “He deserves to do whatever he needs to do for this football team and whatever he feels like. No one should question that. If you do, if you got a problem with it, then you’ve got a problem with all of us. That’s just how it is with us.

“We’re not worried about what people are saying outside of this. We’re a family in here, and that’s how it’s going to go. Period.”


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Cowboys, Dak Prescott Not Close to New Deal



The Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott are not close to agreeing on a new contract, and no extension is expected in the near future, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Despite the gloomy news, there is no doubt that a new deal will be worked out eventually as the Cowboys want to keep Prescott and Prescott wants to stay with the Cowboys for the long-term.

Prescott is not moving down from his price, and with a quarterback market that will continue to inflate once the Kansas City Chiefs address a new contract with superstar Patrick Mahomes, the Cowboys will likely have to get closer to, or exactly meet Prescott’s demands.

Prescott, 26, is having another fine season, and is a big reason why the Cowboys are off to the impressive start that they are.


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