Jerry Jones loves him some Glory Hole, but not in the way your nasty mind is thinking.
10 years ago, the Dallas Cowboys owner was outlining his expectations for the season after his Cowboys team came off an 8-8 year under Jason Garrett. Tony Romo was back under center at quarterback. DeMarco Murray was returning from a strong rookie season. Jason Witten was a perennial Pro Bowler.
“For me, it’s a reminder,” Jones said. “I, too, have been here 23 years. And it is a reminder I’ve been here when it was glory hole days, and I’ve been here when it wasn’t. And so, having said that, I want me some glory hole.”
It went viral then and it’s going viral once more time.
Live on First Take, the Cowboys owner dropped that saying once again.
Jones was unaware of the connotation that phrase held back then and likely still now.
This time around, the Cowboys are coming off a 12-5 record and a disappointing showing in the playoffs after they got eliminated by the 49ers.