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Jerry Jones

Short bio: 

Jerral Wayne "Jerry" Jones Sr. (born October 13, 1942) is an American businessman. He is the owner, president, and general manager of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys.

When he graduated from college in 1965, he was hired as an executive vice president at Modern Security Life of Springfield, Missouri, his father's insurance company. He received his Master's degree in business in 1970. After several unsuccessful business ventures (including passing up the opportunity to purchase the American Football League's San Diego Chargers in 1967), he began an oil and gas exploration business in Arkansas, Jones Oil and Land Lease, which became phenomenally successful. His privately held company currently does natural resource prospecting.
Dallas Cowboys

On February 25, 1989, Jones purchased the Cowboys from H.R. "Bum" Bright for $140 million. Soon after the purchase, he fired longtime coach Tom Landry, to that point the only coach in the team's history, in favor of his old teammate at Arkansas, Jimmy Johnson. A few months later, he fired longtime general manager Tex Schramm, and assumed complete control over football matters.

The Cowboys won the Super Bowl at the end of the 1992 and 1993 seasons. After the 1993 Super Bowl victory, reports began to surface in the media that Jones had made the statement that "any one of 500 coaches could have won those Super Bowls", given the type of talent that he (Jones) had drafted and signed for the team. Jones also stated to reporters at a late night cocktail party that he intended to replace Johnson with former University of Oklahoma coach Barry Switzer. The next morning, however, Jones famously denied those reports by stating that it "was the whiskey talking". Johnson was eventually forced out in 1994 and Switzer was hired to be the new head coach. The Cowboys won the Super Bowl for the 1995 season.


Super Bowl Championships 1992, 1993, 1995


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Samuel Young's picture
Submitted by Samuel Young (not verified) on

Good morning,

My compliments on a first class organization. You are an amazing business man and it’s inspiring to see you and your family conduct such an under taking.
That being said, I’m somewhat disappointed in this year’s team. I say somewhat because I realize it’s early in the season and there’s a lot of football to be played. My primary reason for concern however is the fact that it doesn’t appear that the organization sees/understands that our offensive system is broken and needs a new direction.
Let me also say that I appreciate your faith in Dak. I’m from Mississippi and am no doubt biased but I don’t feel your coaching staff is placing him in a position to succeed due to the fact that you are not playing to his strengths. The first designed run was in the 4th quarter and most of the routes being called are very predictable “come back” routes. The few times we’ve gone down field have worked. Austin and the play to Zeke where he stepped out of bounds. Since this is a make or break year for Dak contract wise why not let him leave it al out on the field/table and run more RPO.
I have a lot more to say but those were just a few things. Again, thanks for your time

Sam Young

Jason Muller's picture
Submitted by Jason Muller (not verified) on

I've been huge fan of u for long time! But u really messed this up screwing Tony. You would have another ring if you still had your balls never should of left that to a rookie!

Candace's picture
Submitted by Candace (not verified) on

Let's bring Romo back. He's ready to bring us that Superbowl now!

Robert Johnson's picture
Submitted by Robert Johnson (not verified) on

There will never be another ring in Dallas or a Super Bowl appearance until Garrett is gone and a coach comes in who can run the team the way he wants is hired.

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Submitted by Ana Gutierrez (not verified) on

When are you going to realize we are not going to the Superbowl with Garrett. 4th an 1 on OT and he opts to punt it instead of converting? Opting to punt is literally handing over the game. At least trying to convert would of gave us a chance. No Superbowl until Garret is gone. Mock my words.

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Submitted by Thomas (not verified) on

I’ve rode with this team for years and years! But this mediocre play calling from these inept coaches have just come to my wits end! I can’t take it anymore! These coaches SUCK! I’m tired of having all this talk and we can’t beat below average teams! I can’t take it anymore! Do what is right and FIRE these BUMS or lose a lifetime FAN! Ugh! I’m so MAD right now! I’m tired of LOSING! I HATE all of YOU!

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Submitted by MJ Lauffer (not verified) on

Mr Jones
I have been a Cowboy fan for over 40 years and a season ticket holder since 2007
In all those years I ever never seen a worse decision by a Cowboy coach. That decision showed that the head coach had no confidence in his team. In a 10 minute OT as you know if you have a chance to score you’ve got to take it. By punting from the opponents 42 on a 4th and 1 you lose your opportunity of winning the game and almost hand the victory to your opponent. Even if the Texans go 3 and out their punt would put you in a worse position than where you were at their 42 yd line. When you have the best running back in the nfl and one of the best O lines also. If you don’t believe your team can pick up that yard and a half when the game is on the line then you need to resign as their head coach.
I am not a Garrett hater at all as a matter of fact I like him and respect him as an individual but now have lost all faith in him as the head coach of our beloved Dallas Cowboys! He had a chance to pull a victory from the jaws of defeat and simply gave it away. At that point our defense was exhausted from playing an amazing game and the soft prevent defense didn’t help either when all it took was a short pass to Hopkins in the soft center of our defense and after at least 3 missed tackles and a gimme FG our fate was sealed. With that 1st down at the 42 and just a couple more yards on 3 plays Maher would have won the game for our Cowboys whose defense gave that game everything they could muster until they were completely exhausted in the OT. Our offense as you are aware was terrible in that game. Not because we don’t have the best running back in the nfl but because the play calling was simply atrocious. One great play in 4 plus quarters does not make for a good offensive scheme. I sat on my chair at home and called out 90% of the plays the entire game to my wife which had very little imagination. And if I can do this you know their def coordinator can do the same. We are not the same team without Dennis Fredrick. I know it you know it and the rest of the nfl knows it! You can’t keep running Zeke into the teeth of their defense especially when everybody and their mother knows you are going to do it!
Bottom line you are never going to get this team to the Super bowl or even an nfc championship game with Garrett and company at the helm. He is just too much of a nice guy and surrounds himself with too many Yes men. When was the last time you saw Jason grad a player by his jersey when he came off the field after making a terrible bonehead mistake that cost the team dearly in a game? Never! Is the right answer. Their has to be accountability. You are sure paying the players enough not to be stupid on the field. As much as I don’t care for the Steelers, Bill Cower was a coach that let his players no immediately when one of them made a mistake that was going to cost his team. Maybe that is someone you should be talking to as our next Cowboy coach!
I truly hope you read this. I know you get lots of emails but you have to know that some shake up has to take place after Sunday’s debacle or myself and others will be leaving the Cowboy fold in droves!
Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this from a very frustrated fan!
Yours truly, MJ Lauffer

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Submitted by Mjlauffer (not verified) on

Terrible decision to punt on Texans 42 yd line

Liza Devaney's picture
Submitted by Liza Devaney (not verified) on

Good morning Mr. Jerry Jones, Happy Birthday a day early! I heard that the Panthers hired a therapist to help with mental well being of the team.

Liza Devaney's picture
Submitted by Liza Devaney (not verified) on

My father introduced me to football, when I was 8 years old and have been a fan ever since. I was even so fortunate to have my dad take me to Superbowl X. Even though the Cowboys did not prevail that day, 21-17, Pittsburgh, it remains one if my most cherished memories. When I was younger, people told me I should become a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, I said no thanks, I want to be the owner! No worries, I am not after your job, but as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 30 years of experience, I would love to help the team in any way I can. #America's Team Forever

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Submitted by Marie Pichardo (not verified) on

I'm hoping that after losing to the Redskins that both Mauer and Elliot are both FIRED, they dont deserve to play for "My Team" and surely "My Cowboys deserve better!!!@!


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