Former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson has patched up his relationship with the team’s owner, Jerry Jones, after they had a rough falling out. But he remains critical of the team when it calls for it. And right now, it’s pretty easy to be critical of the Cowboys.
After an up-and-down season, the Cowboys were upset by the Niners in the Super Wild Card Round this past weekend. After the game, it was pointed out that both of Dallas’ last QBs, Dak Prescott and Tony Romo, now have the same disappointing 1-3 record in their postseason games after six seasons.
Dak Prescott now has the same playoff record that Tony Romo had through his first 6 seasons of being the starting QB for the Cowboys. pic.twitter.com/ds9vkCnaiX
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) January 18, 2022
Jimmy Johnson shared his thoughts on the Cowboys’ recent history of struggling to win the big games down the stretch.
A shame… https://t.co/qaykrAHbTj
— Jimmy Johnson (@JimmyJohnson) January 18, 2022
Fans had a lot to say about Jimmy Johnson’s comment on the Cowboys.
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Yes it’s a damn shame. We can blame Garrett, Linehan, McCarthy, Moore, etc. but at the end of day it’s all Jerry Jones fault. https://t.co/eregHXdJNw
— A4RON (@Aaron_g8820) January 18, 2022
a REAL coach has spoken https://t.co/VMrwqpo4N6
— aaron diaz (@_aarondiaz) January 19, 2022
An absolute indictment on Jerry Jones https://t.co/JY2EKeGTCE
— Lawrence Kraft (@LKraft43) January 19, 2022
I miss Jimmy https://t.co/cI7lzkMzeF
— Dan Turnage (@DTurnage73) January 18, 2022
It’s clear that the Cowboys fans miss the days when Jimmy Johnson was running a dynasty with Troy Aikman as his quarterback. And this current team is showing time and time again that they’re far away from that level of dominance.
Year after year, we’re spoon fed the same narrative that this season will be different for the Cowboys. And every year they fall short, yet again, in the biggest stage.
I’m not sure Jimmy Johnson could fix the Cowboys. But fans certainly have a lot more faith in his intuition than Jerry Jones’ at this point.