Dallas Cowboys' owner and all-around football expert has confidently said that the Cowboys have a good enough WR corps right now -- without Terrell Owens -- and that they're not targeting a WR in the draft.
"One of the reasons that I made the decision on Terrell Owens was because I thought so much of our young receivers. Not only Roy Williams ... but our other young receivers -- Miles Austin, Sam Hurd, those are guys that will now have a chance," Jones said Thursday night. "It would really have to be a real opportunity for us to go there."
"The good news with our team right now is we can go about any direction we want to in the draft and pick the best player."
Uh-huh, right. I'm sure this is just Jones's way of letting people know that he doesn't need TO, absolutely not! "We're just fine without you Owens! We have Sam Hurd! Nyah, nyah, nyaaaaah!"
Nice job Jerry. Now poor Wade Phillips is over there in the corner hyperventilating into a paper bag.
It would be hard to imagine the drop in fantasy value that Tony Romo would take if he started the season with Roy Williams and Miles Austin. I guess I should start imagining it though.