Dear Mr. Jones,
Know your strengths.
You are a great NFL owner. You are a visionary for publicity, a shrewd business mind, and a force to be reckoned with. You know how to make a splash in the papers. You are not scared to spend money and you have created a shrine to football in Arlington that the term World Class does not justify. You not only want to win, you want to dominate.
Unfortunately, you are not an elite general manager. You make questionable calls to bring in talented, yet troublesome players who destroy team chemistry. You listen to the wrong people and ignore sound advice. Be honest, Mr. Jones – if someone else had the same record as GM over the past 10 years as you, would he still be your employee? Of course not, because you demand the excellence that is needed to be a dominating force in the NFL.
Why then does this charade continue? Mr. Jones, we as fans implore you. Please fire Jerry Jones the General Manager, hire a proven football mind to construct the team, and sit back and take your place as beloved owner that does everything in his power to bring a championship home to Dallas.
Sir, please act now. Your legacy is at stake.
Fans of the Dallas Cowboys