I understand Jones rubs people the wrong way but he has won 3 SBs and his franchise is one of the most valuable in the world.
Also, If Al Davis were still alive, he would be on this list, even though he was a fantastic owner/GM until the 1980s.
When Jones bought the team and sacked Landry in 1989, he presented Johnson, his teammate on Arkansas' 1964 national championship team, as his old friend and college roommate. By the 1992 season, when they won their first Super Bowl, their rift had become an open secret in Dallas.
The publication of Skip Bayless' "The 'Boys" last summer let the secret out. Jones, who had given himself the title of general manager, wanted to be accepted as a football man. Johnson didn't want to give him any credit as such, or yield any control. Jones claimed he had pulled the trigger on the Charles Haley deal. Johnson said Jones wouldn't know Charles Haley from Alex Haley.
dolan ? ?
1 playoff win in 18 years says he can't.
Plus this is the NFL, he bought the most popular & valuable team in the sport and it's still up there in value, shocking and not because of his work, because of past ownership.
He was lucky that he found someone dumb enough to make the deals for Walker and Walsh (?) though. But he did use those picks on players that turned the team around, not Jones.