Yeah, I know everybody is down on the Cowboys after they failed to live up to early predictions. Well so what? Things happen. This team has enough talent to overcome the current circumstances. I’m of the opinion that every setback is an opportunity. I’m also prudent enough to know that I’m just a fan. All the wishing won’t change a thing. This is the time when we’ll find out who really wants to win and who just wants an inflated $3 million paycheck. It takes more than having talent. You have to have a burning desire to overcome.
Right now, I just don’t see it coming from the coaches. If I were to venture a guess, it would have to come from a young guy. Someone who isn’t tarnished with the distorted views of our owner. Most of all, the veterans are too brow beaten to step up to a clueless owner or general manager. It’s the player who’s willing to take a hit for the team, to get a spark out of the weak links.
I’m not going to go out and get a bunch of stats that don’t tell the whole story. I’m going to tell the truth and let the reader use his or her own resources to pro or con. Jerral Wayne Jones is the singler most obstacle to Cowboys success. Despite what you read or hear from media heavily manipulated by Jones’ PR consultants. He is quick to parade himself in front of cameras to feed his insatiable appetite for TV exposure. Good for him, bad for the team.
[picappgallerysingle id="3292813"]There is a direct proportion for Jerry’s media exposure to the Cowboys’ win-loss percentage: every time he gets in front of the cameras and spills his guts. The next opponent becomes that much more wiser to the teams’ intentions, thus hampering the coaches’ game plans.
This all can easily be solved. By that I mean a coach who understands the importance of deceptive measures to keep teams guessing and hesitating, giving the Cowboys an even chance to compete as well as executing a well thought-out game plan. That’s all you can ask; to have the opportunity to win. Then maybe, just maybe, the Cowboys could come close to pulling off all those highfalutin expectations we heard during the season’s build up.