This summer, the Dallas Cowboys have been getting loads of attention, but most of the coverage has centred on negative issues. Cowboys owners Jerry Jones chose to address the problem today.
When he addressed the media during the NFL owners’ conference, Jones remarked that his club has been garnering different sorts of attention for more than 30 years. Jones feels it’s fantastic to see his team get the attention it deserves, regardless of whether it’s favourable or bad.
“When you’re spending 30 or more years reminding yourself, “Look at us. Hey, wait, look, you’re looking elsewhere… we’re Cowboys. Could you take a peek at us? If it’s been like that when you’ve got something that you do not like to see, You be looked at. It’s a positive thing,” Jones added.
Dallas has been the focus of heaps of criticism for their summer selections. It was difficult for them to move Amari Cooper for the last round draft selection while refusing to let other players go; taking over a significant amount of the cap room was particularly alarming.
However, Jerry Jones thinks – publicly at the very least – that the Dallas Cowboys are well-equipped to make the Super Bowl run. He has stressed the idea that adding guys like Micah Parsons may entirely turn the entire group around.
It’s been nearly a quarter of a century since Dallas last appeared on the field in the Super Bowl. In the next few years, the game might alter for Dallas if they don’t reach the threshold in 2022.