ESPN analyst Skip Bayless has taken to verbally attacking Jerry Jones and the way he runs his Dallas Cowboys as the owner and general manager.
The Cowboys have not made the play-offs for the last four seasons, which is a record statistic during Jones' tenure.
Ever since Dallas won the Super Bowl for the third time in four years in 1995, they haven't even made it back to the NFC Championship Game.
Jones sacked the three-time World Champion coach that was Jimmy Johnson, with Johnson admitting he could not work with Jones anymore.
Jerry then took to running the team as the general manager as well as owner in recent years, as his passion for the Cowboys has now gone beyond all logic.
In his latest column, Bayless explained, "Jerry needs a Jerry to fire Jerry. But, even at 71, he is more dug in than ever, insisting that he won't even fire himself as GM, and he certainly has no plans to sell the team," said Bayless.
"So, generations of Cowboys fans remain Jerry's prisoners, still flaunting their blue caps and jerseys and vintage arrogance, even in New York during Super Bowl week."
Not only have the Cowboys not reached the post-season in recent years, they have had to lose out in the most public and devastating way, losing three in or out final games of the season three years running.