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The Clampitts move to Dallas......however that's a little unfair to Jed he was an honest and good man.....
"Leadership is wisdom, courage and great carelessness of self"
Good to see an owner who responds to fans' concerns. Lord knows they've wanted a new coach for quite some time.
Up votes to you both.
Don't be afraid to ride the lightning.
Don't you be makin' fun of my folks! But, then agin, that Jed and his brood always were the uppity, high falootin' side of the family! Ah smell a feud a'comin' on! ;)
This post was edited by BudreauReye 14 months ago
Sorry Jerry, but cash and trash don't mix. You're proving it once again.
However, I liked the dude who gave the tour. He seemed like a straight up guy.
I didn't see stripper pole listed in the amenities, another poor decision in a long line of them for Jerruh.
The wrong Jerry kicked the bucket this week.
Tvs should run the length of the bus in true JJ fashion.
The SEC of signatures....
You're wrong. We want a new general manager.
GM, no he sucks. Owner, one of the best. Differentiate the 2 when you make your argument.
A great owner knows when to let his Gm go ...
Boom. Jerry can't be considered a great owner if he sucks at getting together talent to field winning football teams consistently.
Jerry is Deloss on a bigger scale: the only thing he's good at is promotion and making money. He sucks at actually leading a winning organization.
I will walk to Dallas from Austin with Erin Hogan if the Cowboys ever win a Superbowl with Jerry as the owner.
Jerry is good at leveraging the brand and keeping the money train going. But he is too obstinate to give up his GM role. He doesn't understand that drafting for your fantasy team and for an NFL team are two different things.
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