Why NFL Fans Should Love Jerry Jones

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erry Jones would like to clear up any confusion. He is totally willing to relinquish his GM duties as soon as they pry his cold, dead, manicured fingers off the depth chart.

That isn’t sitting well all those who think JJ is the reason Dallas is in permanent need of FEMA assistance. They are right, of course. Any accomplished coach—including Sean Payton—would be nuts to work for Jones. If not, he would drive them crazy.

But as right as critics are, everybody outside Dallas should hope Jones sticks to his ego. For sheer entertainment purposes, we want him in that skybox. We need him in that skybox.

And on that...

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