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Dallas Cowboys Need a Head Coach Who Can Play Jerry Jones

Dallas Cowboys Need a Head Coach Who Can Play Jerry Jones

Hyped by on November 28, 2012 Website: www.rantsports.com

Whenever folks talk about the Dallas Cowboys during the days when Jimmy Johnson was the team's head coach, they say "Jimmy did this or that." After Johnson was run out of town following back-to-back Super Bowl wins by team owner and general manager Jerry Jones, folks said "Jerry did this or that" when referring to moves made by the team. Since Johnson left after the 1993 NFL season, that's been the case except for the brief time that Bill Parcells coached the Cowboys in the early-to-mid 2000s. There's a reason for that: Johnson and Parcells called the shots, not Jones. Dallas needs another coach like that.

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