http://cowboysblog.**************/2...boys-continue-to-show-lack-of-direction.html/ It is good to see Troy Aikman give a vote of confidence (albeit indirectly) to the current offense despite the uncertainty involving the team's philosophical direction. Getting back to the thread topic, it would have been great to see Jon Machota (who wrote the article which profootballtalk.com's story relates to) ask Jerry Jones his opinion of Aikman's comments. How would Jones respond to what his former Hall of Fame quarterback had to say? I believe those are the types of questions which make Jones pause and reflect upon. Not saying he would necessarily react in a way which would have immediate proactive benefits for the franchise, but whether it would cause Jones to stop and actually think of others' viewpoints about the Dallas Cowboys. And when I say others, I am referring to those people Jones holds a measure of respect for. Because, in my opinion, there are very few individuals in this world whom I believe he gives a rat's behind what they think about either him or how he runs his organization.