With the passing of Al Davis, and possibly with the exception of Daniel Snyder, no owner in the NFL is more highly scrutinized than Jerry Jones. Of course, most of it is justified as Jones came into the league and did his own thing without much regard to the established protocol in the NFL.
From replacing a legendary coach in Tom Landry, to hiring a college coach with no pro experience, to attempting to strike his own deals with NIKE and trying to start his own Dallas Cowboys TV channel, the message has always been clear—Jerry does what Jerry wants and lets the chips fall where they may.
One thing is certain. Jones' No. 1 motive is to win. When reminded of that, most Cowboys fans can tolerate his antics. Now, if you ask any Cowboys fan under the age of 60 what was the worst move Jones has ever made, most would say parting ways with Jimmy Johnson, but I disagree.