[picappgallerysingle id=”10162847″]The debate over whether Jerry Jones is one of the NFL’s best owners or one of its worst has raged in these parts (these parts being Cowboys’ country) for at least 15 years.
Ever since the brash Arkansas oilman stormed into Big D like a mule on crack, heehawing and smash-kicking his way around the hallowed grounds of the beloved Dallas Cowboys, he has frustrated, amused, irritated, enraged, and (on the rare occasion) delighted the faithful.
Under Jerry’s direction — and make no mistake, this thing is under Jerry’s direction— these past 22 years, the Dallas Cowboys have reached the highest of highs and the lowest of lows in franchise history. They have won three Super Bowls in a four-year span, and they have posted three 5-11 seasons back to back to back. They have been the model of success and they have been the butt of the joke.