Here's our list of teams with offensive lines worse than the Cowboys: Arizona Cardinals, Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles, Indianapolis Colt and St. Louis Rams. That's about it. Dallas struggles to pass protect and run block.
Jones' comments may be good for a punchline, but they point out one of the Cowboys' biggest problems as an organization: Self-scouting.
As an owner, Jones is required to promote the team. He "sells" them.
As a GM, Jones should be extremely critical of where his team can be better. This characteristic sets the great organizations apart. They know where they are weak. Jones seems to sell himself that Dallas' talent level is better than it really is.
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