11:18 AM ET 11.07 | Former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman spoke Thursday on KTCK-AM 1310 and discussed Jerry Jones and how there is an example for him to follow to get his Cowboys back on track: "...with Dallas, at least under the ownership of Jerry Jones, Jimmy Johnson came in and, as players, we felt that Jimmy Johnson was in control. He was the guy that we had to answer to...Parcells came in and however those decisions were being made, or personnel decisions or who drafted Demarcus Ware - all those questions are really of no significance to anybody. But the players on that team, when they walked in the building, they'd better do what Bill Parcells told them to do or there was going to be hell to pay. "Then he left and now we've gotten away from that again. My point is there's a model that has been successful for Jerry Jones and that is have a head coach that everyone knows is in charge and the players have to respect that and they're going to be held accountable. "It's not going to be, hey, they played real hard - we're 1-6 but we played real hard. Who says that? If you look around the league in the history of sports, for the most part, the head coaches you look at and say, "Hey, what a great head coach," was somebody who held players accountable."