Jerry Jones' record as general manager (a position he's held since 1997) is exactly .500, which helpfully coincides with the Cowboys' 2013 record of 5-5. You could say that means he's performing at about the level you would expect him to, but Jones would disagree. He thinks he's doing his best work in years. To be fair, given the low bar the rest of the NFC East has set, the Cowboys could find themselves sneaking into the playoffs even if their final record doesn't exactly warrant boasting. Jones clearly enjoys being involved in his team's day-to-day operations, but is he doing more harm than good?

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