Jerry Jones is a frustrated general manager, and just like Dallas Cowboy fans everywhere, he should be. The Cowboys fell just short of the playoffs this year, but you can point to a handful of games where the Cowboys could have, nay, should have won. If they had closed those games out it could possibly be the Cowboys in Indianapolis this week.
Granted, the Cowboys would have had to play at a completely different level in the playoffs and even without the collapses I’m not sure they would have been capable to knock of the Packers in Lambeau. But, nonetheless, Cowboys fans are forced to watch their division rival, New York, go for a second Super Bowl since 2007.
Jerry Jones spoke with the media Monday while preparing for the Senior Bowl, and there may have been a little envy in his voice when talking about the Giants, “(The Giants are) just like the Green Bay Packers were last year, in a different way,” Jones said Monday, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “They’re a real inspiration of, frankly, what I had hoped that we were going to be, and that is a team that had played, had good days and bad days, but then near the end really took off on a run and then really made improvement. They did it, and we didn’t. We went the other way.”
Click HERE to read the rest at Cowboys Gab!