Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Monday that he expects to win the Super Bowl, adding that the franchise has been in the playoffs “four years” in a row and the team is “doing really well.”
But Jones, who was named as the owner of the team Monday, didn’t elaborate on what exactly he expects from the Cowboys.
He said it’s a “team, a team that is winning, that’s going to be competing for championships.”
“We’ve been winning every year.
We’ve been in a lot of great situations in the league, so we’re going to do well,” Jones said.
“I think we’ve done well enough.
And I know that there’s a lot more to come, so I’m confident in the team that we have.”
Dallas has the NFL’s second-highest winning percentage, trailing only the Atlanta Falcons, who have the league’s highest winning percentage.
The Cowboys, however, have played in four consecutive Super Bowl appearances, including a pair of consecutive playoff games.
The team’s success has led some to question the future of the franchise.
Some Dallas residents have started boycotting the team.
But Jones said the boycott is a response to what he called “the most hostile environment” for a professional sports team.
Jones, the NFL Commissioner from 1999 to 2005, said he’s not worried about the team’s future.
“I don’t care who you are.
It’s a great place to play.
I’ve got a great relationship with all the owners of the Cowboys, so there’s nothing we’re doing that’s controversial,” Jones told reporters Monday.
“The only thing we’re worried about is our players getting hurt.”
Jones said that players are encouraged to wear the same uniforms for the next two seasons.
He also said that the team will continue to work on getting its “brand” back to being “authentic” to the city.
The team has been struggling with an image problem that includes fans wearing white T-shirts and black shorts in recent years.
Jones said he believes the team has found a way to fix its image.
“We’re doing something very, very special here.
We’re going into our sixth year.
Our brand is going to go on, and it’s going get better,” Jones added.