OXNARD, CA - JULY 29: Fans of the Dallas Cowboys wait for autographs as players walk off the field on the first day of training camp for the Cowboys on July 29, 2006 at the River Ridge Field in Oxnard, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Jerry Jones asked for what he already has today, in an appearance on 105.3 The Fan. Namely, the ire of Dallas Cowboys fans. A 13-year playoff drought and an increasing penchant for underachieving will do that, huh?
"I knew when we walked out of Denver with that loss that we were in for a rough week," Jones said. (How insightful.) "But I can assure you that one thing I don't want is apathy. I want people highly pissed when we're not playing satisfactorily, and that's the case right now."
Highly pissed, eh?
Well, between his franchise player struggling to hit wide-open receivers, his former wunderkind offensive coordinator making bad playcalling standard procedure, and a number one receiver standing on the outside of the league's top 80 in terms of catches, well, I don't think Jerry has to worry much about that one.