As an Owner: Jerry is one of the best in all of sports. His business acumen is as good as any businessman in any industry in the country. He is simply brilliant. He is the eternal optimist, a hard, dedicated worker, and motivated to win. As a GM: A lot of his business sense bleeds into his role as GM, for instance, his optimism on certain people. But for all his downfalls, we have to remember that a) he was the GM that got us 3 Super Bowls and b) that is the one role he seems to have taken in life without earning. Yes, I know he played college football, but prior to buying the team, he had never been in an NFL front office. Rich McCay, credited as one of the NFL's most progressive GMs, grew up around an NFL team. Jerry learned on the job. I think after his immediate success, he grew cocky and thought heck, I can do this in my sleep. I think his humbling after a decade of mediocrity has opened his eyes and taught some hard lessons. So I think he is still good here. As a person: This seems to not be getting enough lip service here. I love my hometown of Dallas, and few people are more involved, entrenched, and good to this city. Jerry is a fantastic community guy - his charities, donations, time, etc., all serve to help the city. A lot of things he does very open, but he has many benefits and good Samaritan deeds that go unnoticed (I have a family member who was the benefactor of such a deed). He has always treated the members of his team with nothing but respect and regard - he sees his team as his family and Dallas as his adopted home town. I am a very big Jerry Fan - I hope that someday his children fall in his footsteps.