By Peter Gleason
The joy in the misery of others.
As in Jerry Jones, owner of the dreaded Dallas Cowboys, who is having a hard time wrapping his brain around the fact that his archrival Eagles are Supe champs:
“The muffled voice you have been hearing is me screaming in my pillow over not being here and seeing Philadelphia,” Jones said last Saturday at NFL Honors to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
And that was actually before the Eagles pulled off the upset 41-33 win over the Patriots.
The Cowboys have not won a Super Bowl since the 1995 season. They have one playoff win in the last eight seasons. Despite finishing with a 13-3 record last year, they were bounced in the divisional round and failed to get to the playoffs this year.
“Did I look comfortable this year around the NFL?” Jones said to the Star-Telegram. “I’m just as uncomfortable about this. I really do naturally look to change. I really do look to change.”