When Cowboys owner Jerry Jones looks at his teams performance relative to the NFC East, he definitely doesn’t see glory hole.
In fact, he had a fairly blunt assessment of what it looked like there at 4-12 this year.
“I’m looking up, on my back and all I see is ass,” Jones said, via Jordan Raanan of NJ.com. “I want a different perspective.”
The Cowboys finished last in the NFC East, with a slew of injuries and some questionable personnel choices ruining the season. But as you might imagine, Jones is confident they can turn things around.
“I do see opportunity though,” Jones said. “But I want a different view and that will ring and intertwine through every meeting, every personal visit I have with everybody involved with the Cowboys. I want to see a different look.”
No one has repeated in the East since 2004, so there’s a strong chance he might not have the same perspective next year, with two of his neighbors being in the midst of change and the other being Washington.