Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Every experiment, by multitudes or by individuals, that has a selfish aim, will fail.” Mother Teresa broke it down like this, “One of the greatest diseases is to be nobody to anybody.” My man Deion Sanders shut the joint down when he said this in his Hall of Fame speech, “If your dream isn’t bigger than you then there’s a problem with your dream.”
Well playas…Ole boy Jerry Jones needs to listen to these cats because he’s allowed the Cowboys to go from being America’s team to America’s Sunday afternoon joke for a long time. Now that these boyz are rollin’ with an unbelievable 4-1 start with Dak Prescott at the helm ole Jerry is lookin’ to be, well Jerry. On Sunday after his Cowboys completely dismantled the Cincinnati Bengals 28-14 this dun says out of his OWN mouth, “Tony is our No. 1 quarterback.”
Romo is goin’ to have an MRI on Monday and the expectation is that it will show that the compression fracture that he suffered back on August 25th is healed. If that’s the case the return date for him would be still October 30 regardless as to how well Prescott is playin’.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! When you think of the state of Texas the first thing that comes to mind is football. Well…heat, then football. It’s a shame that the good people of Dallas keep gettin’ robbed of it’s passion to see good football because Jerry is the Grinch that stole football in north Texas.
They have been foolin’ around with Tony Romo for years and that dun has proven over and over again that he can’t get it done. He has all of the physical gifts in the world but he’s just not a winner. He doesn’t possess the “It” factor bruh! However, Dak Prescott does! He won at dull Mississippi State bruh! Have you EVER heard of Mississippi State winnin’ games at all before or after Dak Prescott? Since he’s left they’re trash all over again.
Now he’s got America’s team rollin’ at 4-1 and Jerry Jones is talkin’ about goin’ back to the foolishness that is Tony Romo. As a rookie quarterback in this league Dak as has thrown 155 passes without an interception and only needs 8 more to break Tom Brady’s NFL record for the most consecutive passes thrown without an interception to start a career. Tom Brady bruh! If he doin’ things that ONLY Tom Brady has done he’s pretty special. You already know what you’re gonna get outta ole dull Tony Romo.
But here’s the problem bruh. Not only is Jerry Jones the owner but he’s the president and general manager of the team too! Wheredeydodatat?
He was on his radio show a few years ago and a boy asked him if he would ever step down as the general manager and the answer was a resounding NO! “We are not structured that way. We didn’t structure it that way with my ownership.” Who’s we bruh? He’s got multiple personalities going on now? It’s only one cat makin’ decisions around this joint right? Is it, Jerry, Jerome, Jeremiah or did you go to the hood and get a personality named Jerimetrious, JeriMarcus or Jerrilious? Either way the same cat is destroyin’ the team.
So on Sunday when the dun said that Romo would still be the No.1 without even sayin’, hey look bruh, I need to sit don’t with my coaches and make those types of decisions. Dak is playin’ well and we down want to mess things up. We’ve seen what Romo can do but it’s rare that we’ve been 4-1 with a young quarterback. Even if he thought that it made sense to go back to Romo. He still needs to show his coachin’ staff some respect. That’s the problem in Dallas bruh. He keeps pullin’ power moves and they rub boyz the wrong way. If you hire a boy to do a job let him do it.
In 1989, he purchased the Cowboys from H.R. “Bum” Bright for $140 million. Shortly thereafter, he pulled his first power move by firin’ long time head coach Tom Landry, to that point the only coach in the team’s history. He then hired his old teammate from the University of Arkansas and former University of Miami head coach, Jimmy Johnson. If that wasn’t enough he forced out longtime general manager, Tex Schramm, and assumed complete control over all football operations. He’s been the Wizard of OZ ever since! Wheredeydodatat?
After bringin’ in Jimmy Johnson the Cowboys won back to back Super Bowls in 1992 and 1993 but the followin’ year in 1994 Jerry fired him! How does a cat get fired after winnin’ back to back Super Bowls? Well, I guess it’s easy to lose your job when you’re workin’ for a clown that wants all of the credit! If someone else gets the praise for winnin’ then he’s got to go! Wheredeydodatat?
Put your seat belts on for this one homeboy! He then brings in former University of Oklahoma coachin’ legend Barry Switzer. Within a year they win yet another Super Bowl in 1995 but good ole Jerry got jealous of the attention that his head coach was gettin’ so he fired Barry too! Well, maybe both Barry and Jimmy told him to get out of the way and let them coach and he couldn’t take it. Wheredeydodatat?
The sad part about it is that Dallas has unbelievably loyal fans. A Texan’s first love is football. Trust me I know! I’m one of them. I was born in west Texas. You learn how to hold a football before you leave the hospital!
Let’s me put it where the goats can get it. The fans are the real suckers because as long as ole boy keeps sellin’ tickets it’s not goin’ to change. They are no different than delusional Cubs fans! As long as the joint is sold out ownership has no reason to change what they’re doin’. If he pulls Dak Prescott and inserts Romo and they start losin’ again nothin’ will change because duns in Texas love football so much they’ll keep buyin’ tickets and merchandise.
As long as the money is green ole Jerrilious will continue to crash the Maybach into the guard rail on I-35 in dry conditions and in absolutely no traffic. Why, because he can! Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Spit: verb – to say
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Put it where the goats can get it: verb phrase – to make it as elementary as possible. To put it at ground level so everyone can understand it.