Jerry is repeating the same mistakes he made in 2010 which is zero focus on what is really important, the single minded goal of winning a championship. Screw merchandising, showcasing, brand exposure. Every minute of the job of a GM is devoted to winning. He should be too busy to be available to the media except for special announcements. He should let his coach take care of building, teaching, and preparing his team with full authority. Otherwise, the coach was given the job but not the means to succeed. It should be Jerry's franchise, McCarthy's team, our Cowboys. That is not what is happening. Jerry's handlers, the ones that were supposes to control him, have failed and now he wants to "help" and "contribute"". There has never been a more destructive scenario. Participating in the Hall of Fame game is more travel, more risk. Being on Hard Knocks is destructive and potentially damaging to the focus, decision making, and psyche of this team. As far a Wade goes, he was only the Head Coach during the games and at practices. The Cowboys didn't have a DC when Wade was "Head Coach", Jerry figured he had Wade so why waste money? Besides Jerry would help Wade out by having the OC report directly to him. This meant that both the OC and the DC reported directly to Jerry. What does that make Jerry? Wade and Jason never communicated that much, offense and defense were not synced. The gameplan had no coordinated effort. What made it even worse was they had every reason to be focused on that season as the one to give every effort to getting to the Super Bowl. The game was being played in their stadium. Instead they were humiliated in every way possible by the Packers. Not only did they steamroll the Cowboys in game #8,.....it was the Packers in the Super Bowl....at AT&T stadium. It doesn't end there. At that same time there is a popular Broadway play based on Vince Lombardi and his thoughts during the Ice Bowl. Tom Landry was "the Bad Guy" Jerry was involved in gameplanning in 2010. No coach would have put a rookie WR in the first drive of the season when he didn't play a single preseason game having been injured all throughout training camp but there he was. It was Dez that Romo was looking for with four seconds on the clock in the 1st half but he was covered so he threw to Choice on the line of scrimmage, he fumbled, the Football Team scored and won by less than the margin of that score. The Cowboys lost because Jerry wanted to showcase Dez and prove what a football genius he was. Last season the Cowboys attempted two fake punts in the same game...after the first one failed. That was not the decision of a professional coach. Players have given less than 100% effort on countless occasions. They have nothing to fear, and fear is a great motivator. McCarthy is toothless, his decisions can be overturned by Jerry.