Communities are what keep this country going … Wouldn’t you agree?
Whether it’s a community trying to keep local culture and commerce alive with family owned business and small-town flare for familiarity, or it’s a community of football fans all pulling for the returned success of the Dallas Cowboys. Community is behind it all.
That’s the purpose of CowboysNation.net, community. Cowboys fans are as diverse as they are many, and yet we all come together over a singular topic nearly every day … that topic? It’s a simple question, really, albeit complicated to answer. How can the Cowboys regain the glory of old and hoist a sixth Lombardi Trophy into the charged atmosphere that only a Super Bowl victory can ignite?
Okay, so maybe that was a little dramatic, but here’s something that’s not at all dramatic. It seems that my friends over at www.FireTheCowboysGM.com aren’t the only ones hoping for a change in regime at Valley Ranch.
Covering both past and current events, FireGMJerry.com nicely constructs a chronicle of Jerry Jones’ failures as the GM of the Dallas Cowboys. Searching for a way only to bring another Championship title to Dallas, you can see quite clearly that a change at the top is needed.
Well … being the dutiful fan that I am, I’ve made a new friend in Ryan, the author of www.FireGMJerry.com. Here’s a piece of his message to Jerry Jones …
“Unfortunately, you are not an elite general manager. You make questionable calls to bring in talented, yet troublesome players who destroy team chemistry. You listen to the wrong people and ignore sound advice. Be honest, Mr. Jones – if someone else had the same record as GM over the past 10 years as you, would he still be your employee? Of course not, because you demand the excellence that is needed to be a dominating force in the NFL.” – FireGMJerry.com, “Dear Mr. Jones”
Reading through his features … Injuries & Usurpations and original posts from the author … he makes a good case for his argument, and I encourage you all to check out his site.
The biggest trials of this quest are that of numbers, and through our voices we can spread the word, and we can make a difference.