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Jerry Jones' son stands up for his dad

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09:01 AM ET 12.21 | Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones stood up for his dad, Jerry, on Friday, saying there's another championship in Jerry Jones' future as owner and general manager. "We're gonna win a championship sooner than later with Jerry at the helm," Stephen Jones said on KRLD-FM 105.3. Jones' Cowboys have won three Super Bowl titles (1992, 1993, 1995), but since 1997 the Cowboys have a 135-135 record and one playoff win. Dallas (7-7) heads into a pivotal game Sunday at Washington. If the Cowboys win their final two games, they'll sweep the NFC East and win the division. The Cowboys haven't been to the playoffs since 2009.

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December 21, 2013  09:19 AM ET

There's something in the water at Valley Ranch. Send the CDC immediately.

December 21, 2013  09:32 AM ET

"Stephen Jones stood up for his dad, Jerry, on Friday, saying there's another championship in Jerry Jones' future as owner and general manager."

The only way that happens is if they discovered the Fountain Of Youth at Valley Ranch and the old man lives as long as Methuselah.

December 21, 2013  09:34 AM ET

Yeah like he's gonna risk being out of THAT will!

December 21, 2013  09:41 AM ET

You tell 'em sonny boy. Facts are sooo over rated and truth is so old school. The last 16 years never really happened. So there!

December 21, 2013  09:43 AM ET

So he's got another Herschel Walker trade up his sleeve?

Not even the Minnesota Vikings are dumb enough to fall for that one again.

December 21, 2013  09:43 AM ET

Now that is over, Stevie can get back to helping his dad figure out how to cut $30 million from next years team cap number. Them cans have piled up.

December 21, 2013  09:44 AM ET

Not with this defense. Not with Kiffin or Ryan or similar coordinators and a "less than stellar" offense. Not to mention the coming cap troubles. Future doesn't look all that bright. On the up side JJ is old, he won't live forever.

December 21, 2013  09:46 AM ET
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Yeah like he's gonna risk being out of THAT will!

Or his current job. Nothing like nepotism to give a clear view.

After getting Arlington to help build the Death Star, JJ has gotten Frisco to pony up money to move the Cowboy headquarters.

FRISCO, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys formally announced Tuesday they are moving their headquarters from suburban Irving to suburban Frisco after winning overwhelming approval for a $115 million development that includes an indoor stadium for practice and use by area prep teams.

December 21, 2013  09:48 AM ET

I look forward to sonny boy carrying on the family tradition of fielding under performing Cowboys teams. When Romo's done, I hope they hire him as QB coach, then head coach under a 50 year agreement.

Go Eagles!

December 21, 2013  09:51 AM ET
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So he's got another Herschel Walker trade up his sleeve?Not even the Minnesota Vikings are dumb enough to fall for that one again.

<crosses fingers and hopes Un is right>

December 21, 2013  09:53 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Not with this defense. Not with Kiffin or Ryan or similar coordinators and a "less than stellar" offense. Not to mention the coming cap troubles. Future doesn't look all that bright. On the up side JJ is old, he won't live forever.

True, but with Squire Stephan learning at the masters feet change is in name only. I will give the cowboys this, their drafts have improved the last few years.

December 21, 2013  09:59 AM ET
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True, but with Squire Stephan learning at the masters feet change is in name only. I will give the cowboys this, their drafts have improved the last few years.

I see Stephan more as the yacht anchored in a tropical location spending daddy's money type, rather than the going to work every day type.

December 21, 2013  10:00 AM ET
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Yeah like he's gonna risk being out of THAT will!

Heck, I'd speak the company line and clean Jerrah's glasses to be in that will, too. Like any of us wouldn't.

This is all lip service anyway. The Cowpokes are entering cap hell in the offseason. They can't afford upgrades via free agency, and their depth is so atrocious that players that they could trade for good picks (Scandrick, etc) would leave them worse off. I foresee a bleak future for this team for at least 4-5 years.

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December 21, 2013  10:16 AM ET

Jerry Jones' son stands up for his father



< Tammy Wynette sings "Stand By your Man " in the background>

December 21, 2013  10:17 AM ET
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Heck, I'd speak the company line and clean Jerrah's glasses to be in that will, too. Like any of us wouldn't.This is all lip service anyway. The Cowpokes are entering cap hell in the offseason. They can't afford upgrades via free agency, and their depth is so atrocious that players that they could trade for good picks (Scandrick, etc) would leave them worse off. I foresee a bleak future for this team for at least 4-5 years.

No kidding, help him stand, sit however he wants to do his stuff, then after he's gone fire the lot, start over.

December 21, 2013  10:29 AM ET

Hahaha...When all hell freezes over, That's when they'll win, Oh Oh Oh... Hahaha

December 21, 2013  10:34 AM ET
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Starting to look like MJD and Todman will both play Sunday. I'm thinking Rainey or Dennis Johnson will be the better fantasy start.

Please, if your going to spout FF crapole do it virtually.

 
December 21, 2013  10:38 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

You tell 'em sonny boy. Facts are sooo over rated and truth is so old school. The last 16 years never really happened. So there!

Signed,

Al Davis

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