what gets me is that jerry does appear to have a pretty good eye for talent. the roster itsself in dallas has been strong for a very long time, often viewed as possibly the most talented in the league. the problem is he doesnt stop there as the front office guy that he's capable of being, and he doesnt have any balances in place to tell him when something's an obviously bad idea (roy williams?). instead he wants to meddle in the coaching and day to day and even game day operations on the field. the coaches themselves have no authority so of course the players arent consistent and underachieve, if the players dont like something they can skip right over the coaching staff and go to jerry since he's right there. if he could stick to being the owner and the key component in regards to personnel, while staying off the field to let the professionals do their jobs, dallas could be a contender.
thankfully that'll never happen.