In somewhat smutty terms, Jerry Jones says what he wants from the Cowboys this autumn

Jerry Jones is a wealthy eccentric seeking a “glory hole.”

The bizarre billionaire owner and general manager of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, yesterday told the Dallas Morning News in somewhat pornographic terms what the goal is for his team this autumn.

“I want to officially close the window to closing the window. I’ve been here 23 years. I’ve been here when it was glory hole days and when it wasn’t,” said Jones, 69, who controversially purchased “America’s Team” from H.R. “Bum” Bright for $140 million in February 1989. “I want me some glory hole.”

Jones, who axed longtime coach Tom Landry and general manager Tex Schramm seemingly before the ink dried on his deal with Bright, oversaw three Super Bowl championship squads in the “Big D.”

Unfortunately for Jones and fans of “The Boys,” with the exceptions of 2003, 2007 and 2009, Dallas has been an atrocious organization since the late-’90s.

If Jones truly covets “some glory hole,” the egomaniac should hire a professional football mind to run the franchise with complete, and absolute, authority.

However, Jerry Jones is incapable of acting wisely and, therefore, “glory hole days” in Dallas aren’t returning anytime soon.

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