Dallas Cowboys, Americas Team No More

Dallas Cowboys Americas Team No More The Dallas Cowboys America s Team That meant something in the s when the Cowboys went to five Super Bowls and won twice and when the Cowboys won three Super Bowls within four years in the early

  • Title: Dallas Cowboys, Americas Team No More
  • Author: Jeff Stevenson
  • ISBN: 9781500269548
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
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    The Dallas Cowboys America s Team That meant something in the 70 s, when the Cowboys went to five Super Bowls and won twice and, when the Cowboys won three Super Bowls within four years, in the early 90 s with The Triplets and Jimmy Johnson Since then, Jerry Jones has turned The Dallas Cowboys into an arrogant, undisciplined, dysfunctional organization epitomized by gaThe Dallas Cowboys America s Team That meant something in the 70 s, when the Cowboys went to five Super Bowls and won twice and, when the Cowboys won three Super Bowls within four years, in the early 90 s with The Triplets and Jimmy Johnson Since then, Jerry Jones has turned The Dallas Cowboys into an arrogant, undisciplined, dysfunctional organization epitomized by gaudy behavior and mediocre performance It has been so long since the Dallas Cowboys were a legitimate title contender, that an entire generation now exists who only know the Cowboys as a team that rarely wins a single playoff game The face of the franchise is an egocentric owner who is concerned with notoriety than success on the field The Dallas Cowboys are than their owner, but they exist in the shadow of Jerry s ego The Cowboys have won just two playoff games in the last 18 seasons Jerry Jones squanders half of the Cowboys draft picks, and mismanages the Cowboys salary cap Jerry has become the modern version of Al Davis The only thing that is missing is the running suit Dallas Cowboys, Americas Team No More recalls the history of the Cowboys glory years, analyzes what has gone wrong with the Cowboys since 1995, and reveals what must be done to make the Dallas Cowboys great again This is a thorough critical analysis of the Cowboys General Manager, Jerry Jones I want Cowboy fans to join me in holding Jerry Jones responsible for his poor performance as the Cowboys GM this book is not endorsed by the Dallas Cowboys or the National Football League

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