There seems to be a video floating around, with (an apparently drunk) Jerruh Jones sharing his infinite wisdom:
JJ: Romo was a miracle.
(unidentified): It was a miracle, wasn't it?
JJ: He almost never got in, and he almost was gone. Tebow would never…
(unidentified): What if you were the Jaguars or — would you just, just draft him and sell fucking jerseys?
JJ: That's the only reason I brought in Bill Parcells.
JJ: [Inaudible: "mammoth fuckin' rake,"]
JJ: Bill's not worth a shit. I love him.
(unidentified): I know you do.
JJ: Not worth a shit, but I wanted — they were on my ass so bad. J's gotta have a yes man. So to get this fuckin' stadium, I need to bring his ass in.
(unidentified): What, you, you wouldn't take Tebow in the third round?
JJ: Why? He'd never get on the field. I can't get him out there.
JJ: I can't get him out there.
Color me amused. Here is some food for thought:
-Wasn't it Bill Parcells who rebuilt the Cowgirl organization, in which Jerruh had so thoroughly decimated (before Parcells' arrival, and since)?
-Should anyone not be led to think that even Tim Tebow is a step up from Tony Romo?
-Does anyone really believe that Bill Parcells is some sort of "yes man"?
-Wasn't it one Bill Parcells who brought Dallas the "miracle" which is Tony Romo? Or the mostly unheard of [at the time] prospect that was DeMarcus Ware?
-Are even Dallas fans gullible enough to believe that Jerruh ever sold a single "Parcells" jersey?
-Isn't Jerruh prone to love anyone who "isn't worth a shit"?
Good libations, and good times!