Cowboys News: Jerry Jones says Cowboys about "creating tomorrow," playoffs don't matter?

Here's a possibly incendiary piece of Cowboys news which could raise the ire of Dallas Cowboys fans and National Football League purists alike.

In a blog post for, Tim MacMahon delves into some quotes that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones may regret as the time passes.

Speaking in regards to the announcement that Dallas' AT&T Stadium will be hosting the 50th anniversary of the Academy of Country Music Awards, Jerry Jones let out some controversial remarks that only the owner of the Dallas Cowboys could possibly get away with:

"As you know, the Cowboys have not gone to the playoffs in several years, we have not gone, yet we are the most popular TV show on television. We lead all teams in TV ratings. Twenty-four of the top 25 shows were all NFL games, and any time the Cowboys play, they're up there at the top and leading."

"Well, what causes that?" MacMahon quotes the Dallas Cowboys head honcho as asking.

"What causes that is creating tomorrow, creating some excitement. We want to use that to make this awards show as best we can to make this awards show the greatest ever."

So, as of right now Dallas Cowboys fans, the owner of America's team may be more concerned with selling his team to America than fielding a legitimate winner.

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