I can tell you change is necessary at 8-8. Change is in order. We’re going to have changes. These were words Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones uttered on his weekly show on 105.3 The Fan New School morning show with Shan Shariff and RJ Choppy Wednesday morning.
Jones was not a happy camper, and who would be after his Dallas Cowboys football team failed to make the post season for the third straight season. Since winning Super Bowl XXX after the 1995 season, the Cowboys have posted a dismal 140-141 record overall.
Jerry told 105.3 the Fan that he will meet with his most trusted guides and mentors outside the Cowboys organization to help him evaluate how to get out of the current cycle of average football and “drive across the water,” as he put it. He said sometimes unconventional moves are necessary when doing so, referring to the Broncos’ decision to go get Peyton Manning and the Redskins’ decision to trade up for Robert Griffin III and model the offense around him.
Jones said. “I can assure our fans this, that it’s going to be very uncomfortable, from my standpoint, for the next few weeks and months at Valley Ranch.”