Jerruh Gonna Make People Suffer

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    I thought he was already doing that having people watching his "2010 SuperBowl team."

    Jerruh, you could stop the "suffering" immediately if you'd fire the GM, sell the team and try to test and hone up your lost management skills by opening up a lemonade stand outside Cowboys Stadium. Then, if you're real successful, think of how quickly you could pay off the stadium with a chain of really great lemonade stands.:chef:
     
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    So who pulls the trigger first, and gains an advantage in the competition for a new head coach, Jerruh or Bub? My sixth sense tells me we're going to lose to the Sowboys twice this year :(
     
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    Man, I don't know if Cowher would go there. However I thought the same about Parcells.
     
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    Something I don't know if Jones is thinking about is that if he fires Phillips who is under contract through 2011, and hires a new HC............and there's no 2011 season...............$$$$$$$$$
     
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    I don't think he cares. At least he had the guts to make a change, whether it be bad or good, only time will tell.

    The Cowboys quit on Kitna anyway. They truly hit rock bottom when Homo got hurt. JMO!
     
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    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    Skeletor had enough. I can respect that.

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    Jerruh has been making people suffer for a long time...
     
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    Yeh. What GM would still be around after not being able to get ONE win in the post season in 15 frigging years?
     
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    With the choice of new HC Garrett, he goes in without additional financial commitment through the questionable 2011 season.

    If the Cowboys continue their present course in the 2nd part of the season (and there is no real signs that they won't), by the end of the season despite the die hard nature of their fans, I would not be surprised if we're not seeing the humongous-capacity NFL stadium visually populated like a typical blacked out Jacksonville game.:chef:
     
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    Cha...what's wrong with the Cowboys is Jerry. He's had three coaches who disagreed with him.

    1. Landry ...whom he FIRED!

    2. Johnson...who QUIT!

    3. Parcells...who QUIT!

    He likes marshmallows who don't question him to that end Wade was perfect. Jerry needs to either sit the hell down and shut the vugg up and let someone coach his team OR coach it his damned self so he can realize that it's hard being a coach in the NFL, it's even HARDER being a coach in the NFL when you work for a Nasshole.
     
  11. CloakNNNdagger

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    Even Snyder finally gave it up with Shanahan. EVERYONE recognizes the REAL problem EXCEPT Jerruh.


     
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    Cowboy fans are jumping off the ship in droves right now. Many saying they are done with that team.

    Just imagine if the Texans were a relevant team. There would be a good alternative in Texas.
     
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    What Cowboys fans can continue to expect from a Jerruh's led team.

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    NY will make them think that nothing changed this coming Sunday !!!
     
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    This is the only language that Jerruh understands........his pocketbook. If Dallas fans ever want their team to regain their "Days of Glory" where they can leave behind their need to be arrogant to compensate the pitiful Jerruh product, this is the only way it could possibly happen. I don't really "hate" the Cowboys, or even Jerruh. I hate what Jerruh has done to the Cowboys, and to their fans, who during his reign have come to take on many of his own pompous qualities.

     
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    Jimmy Johnson, Barry Switzer see some big problems in Big D

    Jimmy Johnson sees the "pathology" known as Jerry Jones.

    Barry Switzer, who during his stint was too busy either trying to stay sober or recovering from the team's wild parties, chimes in with his thoughts.
     
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    You know what WOULD be cool? Jerry and Bud in the ring. Three rounds for charity. The real winner would be anyone at home watching these billionaire-buttholes beat each other up.
     

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