As you can imagine I take a lot of heat being a Cowboys fan in Louisiana especially since Saints fans are enjoying their 15 minutes. Whenever talk comes to Superbowl wins(5-1 is not even a contest and let's not talk about 8 Superbowl games played or 20 consecutive winning seasons) all I ever hear is: "That's history." My friends, when you walk into Valley Ranch and look upon 5 Lombardi Trophies that is reality. I am a Cowboy Diehard and I am also a realist. The reality is that until Jerry Jones starts to think differently, it will be quite a while before another Lombardi Trophy is added at Valley Ranch.

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    Dave Campo

    You should NEVER hire a Head Coach that’s shorter than your kicker.

    Dave Campo went 15-33 in 3 seasons as head coach. In 3 years he couldn’t win a season’s worth of games. He is the only Cowboys head coach to have never posted a winning season or coached a playoff game.

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    Barry Switzer

    Let's hire the man that ran Daryl Royal out of coaching

    Switzer stepped in following the departure of Jimmy Johnson,  going 12–4 his first season in 1994 (losing to the 49ers in the NFC Championship). In Switzer's second season of 1995, the team went 12–4. Dallas won Super Bowl XXX over the Pittsburgh  making Switzer one of only two coaches to win a college national championship and a Super Bowl (the other being Jimmy Johnson). Switzer resigned as Cowboys' coach after a 6–10 1997 season with a 45–26 career NFL coaching record.  Oh and there was that time when Switzer was arrested in 1997 after a loaded revolver was discovered in his carry-on baggage at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

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    Quincy Carter

    Jones drafted Quincy Carter to be the quarterback of America's Team..nuff said.

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    On May 2, 2009, the Dallas Cowboys' practice facility collapsed during a wind storm

    The collapse left twelve Cowboys players and coaches injured. The most serious injuries were special teams coach Joe DeCamillis, who suffered fractured cervical vertebrae and had surgery to stabilize fractured vertebrae in his neck, and Rich Behm, the team's 33-year-old scouting assistant, who was permanently paralyzed from the waist down after his spine was severed.
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    The Cowboys lost the last game at Texas Stadium and they lost the first game in the new Cowboys Stadium. This team couldn't win a sandlot game much less a game in a multi-billion dollar stadium

    Jerry Jones along with the city of Arlington, Texas a suburb of Fort Worth, funded the stadium at a cost of $1.3 billion. The stadium is located in Tarrant County, the first time the Cowboys will call a stadium home outside of Dallas County. It was completed on May 29, 2009 and seats 80,000, but is expandable to seat up to 100,000. Cowboys Stadium is the largest domed stadium in the world.