Archive for January, 2009
Following Jimmy’s departure in February 1994 the Cowboys’ draft was Jerry’s to run. As general manager Jerry felt the need to prove himself as a draft guru. He invited cameras into the draft room and famously picked up the phone to look busy any time he was aware that ESPN’s cameras were rolling. Despite looking […]
Fresh off his first major gaffe as GM–firing Jimmy Johnson–Jerry immediately made his second: hiring Barry Switzer. As if making good on his claim that he could hire “any one of 500 coaches” to do Jimmy’s job, Jerry did just that in hiring a man who had been out of coaching altogether for five years. […]
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Randy Galloway on the State (or lack thereof) of the Cowboys Union. For the last 20 years, or four U.S. Americans head coaches later, King Jerry of Cowboy Kingdom has experimented with all forms of government leadership. He had given his country the soft-softer-softest head coach method, and King Jerry also has gone with a […]
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In honor of the historic inauguration on January 20, FireGMJerry.com takes a look at the balance of power in these United States, and how these principles can be applied to a winning NFL Franchise. Here is a standard textbook representation of the US Government’s Separation of Powers and the Checks and Balances each branch has […]
Arash Markazi over at FanNation.com says that Dallas will always fall short as long as Jerry remains at the helm of personnel decisions. He’s the original Daniel Snyder, assembling fantasy football teams and expecting them to work because, well, they would in his fantasy world. That’s not how it works in the NFL and as […]
It has been twelve long years since our beloved Dallas Cowboys have won a playoff game. While there are many reasons for this, we believe that the team's general manager is ultimately to blame. The mission of this site is to serve as an open appeal to Mr. Jones imploring him to step down as GM and bring in a proven football mind.
- Our Declaration of Independence From Jerry Jones
- Dear Mr. Jones — Part II
- Thank you & goodbye
- Farewell, Mr. Jones
- 3. 2. 1. Boom.
- What could have been
- Worst Decision Award for 2009 goes to…
- Happy belated birthday!
- Be careful what you wish for
- The Weekend After
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- Cowboys Gab: Hey Ryan,Sorry to hear you decided to close up shop, but we wish you luck on your future endeavors.For the readers of FJJ, feel free t
- Ryan: Even though we won't be posting here any more, we'll still pop in from time-to-time on our Facebook page:
- Ryan: To the few readers we still have out there crying "say it ain't so!", you're reading things right. We've decided to wrap up things here at
- Farewell, Mr. Jones – Fire Jerry Jones!: [...] As the dust finally settles from the ruins of Texas Stadium, a realization dawns: the bridge to the past has also collapsed. While we prepare to
- Michael W. Jackson: I am surprised and disappointed by the lack of traffic FJJ.com. I check thewebsite almost every two weeks
- Jeff Stehle: For all you Simpsons fans, don't you see similarities between Mr. Montgomery Burns and Mr. Jerry Jones? Who in the Dallas Cowboys organization wo
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- Tarrell Ball : Dear jerry jones im back your cowboys offensive line broke down in minnesota here is the keyto next year follow my instructions.Give your LT another y
- MBurkett: Jerry's worst decision came before the Minnesota playoff game. Jerry gave the 2009 Dallas Cowboy defensive line coach Todd Grantham permission to