Jerry Jones is not afraid to take risks. It’s been one his greatest strengths as an owner during his time with the Dallas Cowboys. It’s also one of his biggest weaknesses.
The Cowboys remain in excellent physical condition, both on and off the football field. The team is currently in first place in NFC East and looks like a strong contender for the Super Bowl. Dallas is America’s team, with the highest ratings and fans traveling all across the country.
The Cowboys aren’t only popular in the United States; Dallas also has a large Mexican fan base. The NFL has granted certain franchises rights in 26 International Home Marketing Areas (IHMAs) to eight different countries. This gives the Cowboys new opportunities to connect with their Mexican fans.
These rights can be used to market your team and bring them to your area. However, it could also mean that they will play games in your area. Dallas may give up a home game in the future to make their product available to Mexican fans, something that was impossible before.
Jones stated that the Cowboys would do anything to make the impossible possible in an interview posted on the team’s site.
Jones stated that he would do this to ensure that Mexico and all Mexican fans understand the meaning of our Mexican fans.
Two decades ago, the Cowboys faced the Oakland Raiders in a preseasons match in Mexico City. Jerry Jones would have to give up a home game in order to bring the Cowboys across the border to play a regular-season game.
Jerry Jones is optimistic about the future of his Cowboys. Dallas’ future looks bright, if the past is any indication.
The Cowboys are currently one of the best teams in the NFC, and they have made it to 2021. Quarterback Dak Prescott is a star on offense and Trevon Diggs, defensive back, and Micah Parsons, linebacker, look stars on defense.
Dallas defeated the New York Giants Sunday to move to 10-4. They’ve also won all three of their games away from Dallas. They now have two home games before they play the Eagles in Philadelphia.
The Cowboys are in great shape for the playoffs, even though it would require a big slip by the Green Bay Packers. It’s hard to imagine Dallas not being a perennial contender in the future, if you look at Dallas in 2021.