Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones went in for a CT scan recently and came out even more confident in himself.
“I’ve been told that I have, by CAT Scans, that it’s like the brain of a 40-year-old,” Jones told Rainer Sabin of the Dallas Morning News. “The guy really did not know it was me. I was there anonymously. And so I just wanted to come down. I saw your chart. I know how old you are. That part is really impressive.”
Jones, 70, has owned the Cowboys since 1989 when he bought them from H.R. “Bum” Bright for $140 million.
Many have questioned the way Jones runs his team and how much say he has in just about everything they do from play personnel moves to every day activities within the team. However, Jones ignores that and appears to be just as confident as ever in his abilities.
I know more about what I’m doing than hopefully I did 25 years ago,” Jones explained.
Jones and the Cowboys better put that 40-year old brain to better use because they’ve won just two playoff games in the last 17 seasons.