Cowboys worst season

Posted Saturday, Oct. 05, 2013  comments  Print Reprints

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Here are some predictions for the Dallas Cowboys: They will finish the 2013 season at 2-14, the worst in franchise history.

In what will amount to a palace coup, Stephen Jones, son of owner Jerry Jones, takes over operations of the Cowboys. In his first move, Jones fires his father from his position as general manager and announces his retirement.

Head coach Jason Garrett and his entire staff are dismissed. Former head coach Jimmy Johnson is hired.

Jones announces the signing of a letter of intent to a top-ranked high school quarterback who states he will forgo the many college scholarships he has been offered and jump straight to the pros.

And finally, Jones negotiates a cash buyout of quarterback Tony Romo’s contract so he can pursue his life-long goal of becoming a professional golfer on the PGA tour.

— Ron Dickerson, Arlington

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