August 13, 2012; Oakland, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones shakes hands with defensive tackle Rob Callaway (72) after the Cowboys defeated the Oakland Raiders 3-0 at O.Co Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE

Jerry Jones: I'll Never Get Used To Giants Winning Superbowls


Jerry Jones famously invited the Dallas Cowboys faithful to come out and watch America’s Team kick the defending Superbowl Champs ass at a pep rally like event earlier this summer.

“Y’all should come to that (Cowboys) stadium and watch us beat the Giants’ ass,” Jones said.

The bulletin board material didn’t draw any ire from his head coach or players.

“Jerry Jones owns this football team,” Garrett said. “He has owned it for 23 years, so he can do anything he wants.”

“That’s what he said? I like it,” cornerback Brandon Carr said Tuesday. “I feel the same way. I mean, you’ve got to go into each game feeling like you’re going to dominate the other team.”

Well New York Giants’ linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka said he understands why Jones would say that because it must be “tough on the outside looking in on all of these championships lately.”

The Giants have been whupping his butt for a long time,” Kiwanuka added.

To further prove this the Giants are 7-2 against the Cowboys since the playoffs started in 2007.

Well guess what… Jerry Jones agrees.

“I agree with him, and the only thing I’m saying is that I’ll never get used to it,” Jones said. “It is tough on the outside looking in. That’s the way I felt when I got in the NFL as an owner. I didn’t want to be on the outside, looking in.”

 The Cowboys and their faithful though have grown weary of looking on the outside in. In the past 15 seasons they’ve only won one playoff game. Many expected this year (and let’s be honest every year in the Tony Romo era) to be the year that was all put behind them. But with their 3 top pass catchers (Dez Bryant, Jason Witten, and Miles Austin) battling injuries and the interior offensive line battling injuries as well there is a lot to be worried about.
The pressure is on Rob Ryan and his defense to keep the games close and allow the Cowboys a chance to win close games by narrow margins, much like the recipe for Tebow’s success in Denver last season.

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