Jerry Jones has done just about everything he can do to help the Dallas Cowboys get back to the Super Bowl.
Jones has presided over several Cowboys Super Bowl teams but now faces the challenge of getting his franchise back to the top after several playoff failures.
Fortunately for Jones, this iteration of the Dallas roster is one of the best in recent years as they’ve got the talent and depth to make a real run at a Super Bowl championship.
Also working in the Cowboys’ favor is that the NFC is projected to be weaker than it was last year which means they could have an easier path to the playoffs.
As far as owners go, Jones is one of the most heavily involved in day-to-day operations and will be looking for any opportunities to push the team forward.
When discussing Jones, Dak Prescott said that he hasn’t noticed anything different about him, via “Up & Adams” with Kay Adams.
— Kay Adams (@heykayadams) September 7, 2023
Prescott emphasized how passionate Jones is about the team and that he’s remained true to himself since the quarterback arrived at the organization.
The Cowboys’ starting quarterback also mentioned that Jones will do anything to help the team which means there could be some midseason moves made if he feels like it’ll improve their title odds.
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