So sad to see a little of the misery Jones has arrogantly ladled out since he bought the franchise, coming full circle to bite him in the butt. Seems to me, the man might have taken a closer look at the details from the git go.
There are only a handful of cities capable of hosting the Super Bowl and guarantee the possibility of good weather in February, (Miami, San Diego, Phoenix, Houston, New Orleans and Dallas) and even those locations suffer severe weather events. As for that week in Dallas, well there are some things in life one simple must 'suck up' and not dwell on unnecessarily, such as the laments of writer Whitt. As for his prediction, he is flat wrong. Having done it 'wrong' Jones is now placed in the position of having to 'get it right'. As Jason Garrett builds the team on the field, know Jones will be working hard toward the day he can set this right and show how it can be done in North Texas. Should he sell the team it would become a part of the 'inherited obligations' of the new owner. It's not that we're a prideful bunch, but it's just so much more fun when its done the right way.
The screw ups around the show aside; a singer who couldn't, a sound system that wouldn't and I'm filing this Super Bowl as a 'Great Contest of Wills'. None can argue we were not provided 60 minutes of fine football. What detracted from the game were sub-par performances by those bringing us the show around the game and by Ol'Man Weather playing a most cruel joke.