Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by erod, Nov 12, 2013.
You are forgiven, my son. Now go spread hope and good cheer!
Past time, but thanks for publicly stating it Roger!
Just claim it was a Freudian slip and you were thinking "Roger the Dodger" and blended the spelling.
I was promised Jerry had the brain of 40 year old. Surely that's all it takes to be a successful GM.
In 1985 I would hope ever day that Landry would step down and cede his place to a younger, more innovative coach. Didn't happen. Now I find myself hoping jerra will step down. Won't happen.
None of mein dreams are coming true. Jet packs, world peace. A Spike Lee movie that did not suck. Nothing comes true!
Am I doomed to see .500 Cowboy teams for the next 15 or so years?
Now that you mention it, that's just what I did
What's weird is that nobody would criticize Jerry for doing this - if the man took a step back and hired a GM, he would instantly become the most beloved owner in all of the NFL.
Everyone thinks he's a great owner - and an awful GM. I know he feels like the team is his toy to play with, and I get it, but...I mean, isn't he just as sick of this nonsense as we are? I can't see how he isn't.
And I won't be surprised when you inform us Garrett is number two on your list...
There are none so blind and those who will not see.
do you think a man who moved the celebration and acknowledgement of the 50th yr anniversary of the club BACK one year so that he did not interfere with the opening of his cathedral gives a damn about any opinions from legends that played here before he purchased the team?
do we start seeing the "FIRE YOURSELF JERRY" signs in the stand at home games now? (ala Matt Millen in Detroit)
I suggested that we fly planes overhead with banners all day, everyday until he is forced to change. But, Jerry might be one step ahead of us and already hired Seal Team Six to patrol the top of the TV with RPG 7's
He's probably on a mixture of Viagra and Geritol.
I'm not sure Jerry realizes there were 2 Super Bowl winners prior to his ownership. As far as Jed Clampett is concerned, Cowboys history began Feb. 25, 1989.
Well there you go. I think this kind of pressure on Jones seals Garrett's fate if the Cowboys don't make the playoffs.
I agree. It's the only way it will ever happen.
While I agree with that from a level that Jerry doesn't quite have the respect for players before his era, Roger is the exception. Not only from his ability and accolades as a player, but Roger's overwhelming success as a business man.
Nobody cares what Rodger Starbuck says
Or Buck Rogers?