Archive for March, 2009

Foodies welcome at new stadium

Posted in Offseason on 31/Mar/2009

Legends Hospitality Management is a joint venture between the Yankees, the Cowboys, and Goldman Sachs. This week the New York Times ran a piece showcasing a food preview for New Yankees Stadium. Could this give us some clues as to what’s on the menu in Arlington? Is there a chance a new GM will be [...]

10. “Jerry, this is Wade. Thanks for the plays, but usually we don’t line up 10 eligible receivers like that.” 9. “Hey Jerry, it’s Tony – can we get Jessica a tryout for the O-line?” 8. “Jason Witten here. Can Tony and I get a hotel room with a larger dry erase board?” 7. “Yo [...]

The Great Misconception?

Posted in On Jerry on 27/Mar/2009

Carl Shelton at Blogging the Boys asks “who the hell are [we] as fans to poke fun at a billionaire with three Super Bowl rings?” Jerry Jones wants to win so bad he can’t help himself. I’m no business expert, but I bet Jerry Jones didn’t build his billion dollar empire by sitting back and [...]

Name that stadium!

Posted in Offseason on 26/Mar/2009

With the recent news that AT&T may have backed out of a potential naming rights deal for the new Cowboys stadium, I decided to do some poking around at some companies that might be interested in striking a deal with Jerry.

A Thanksgiving circus

Posted in Offseason on 25/Mar/2009

Rumor has it that the Cowboys and Raiders will be playing on the national stage on Thanksgiving Day. This will be a battle of two of the biggest underachievers in the league owned by madmen (Al Davis of the Raiders and our beloved Jerry Jones of the Cowboys) who seem to be in competition with [...]

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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.

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  • 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
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  • 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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  • MBurkett: Jerry's worst decision came before the Minnesota playoff game. Jerry gave the 2009 Dallas Cowboy defensive line coach Todd Grantham permission to