Jerry Jones says “show” business with Cowboys minimizes any fan apathy
Irving — Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said on his radio show Tuesday that he’s not afraid of fan apathy because games such as Sunday’s 37-36 loss to the Green Bay Packers are “a show,” and he again outlined the reason he won’t hire a general manager.
When asked by KRLD/105.3 FM “The Fan” whether he worries about fan apathy, Jones said, “Not with games like the other day. That’s, you know, that’s a show, if you want to look at it that way. That’s not what we’re there to do. We’re there to win the ballgame and go forward and win the next ballgame.”
Asked by the host if the effect wears off after 10 or 15 years of “great shows that seem to end badly,” Jones said, “I’d like to have won another Super Bowl or two over the last 15 years. Our style is to go for it.”
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