With Jerry, Dallas will always fall short
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 long as Jones is making personnel decisions his team will be in a constant state of rebuilding.
That doesn’t mean Jones is a bad owner. In fact, he’s one of the best owners in sports, willing to spend endless amounts in order to improve his team. That, however, doesn’t make him a good general manager. If they weren’t the same person, it’s safe to say Jones (the owner) would have fired Jones (the general manager) a long time ago.
It sounds like we have a kindred spirit in Arash.