Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones always likes to play the tough guy role, but he has admitted to crying during some of the most tragic losses that the Cowboys have been dealt in recent years.
So it turns out that Jones is a cry baby after all.
The revelations prove that Jones' real emotions are at a stark contrast with his demeanour, with the Dallas boss always having the portrayal of a man made of stone.
"That's where I went to the place I used to go to when they would call and tell me that I had just lost all of my money on a dry hole," Jones said in an article on Dallasnews.com.
Six years ago the Cowboys were rewarded for a strong season with a play-off berth as the progressed to the divisional round of the play-offs.
Under the guidance of Romo at quarterback, Dallas held home field advantage in the NFC side of the play-offs after compiling a 13-3 regular season record.
The particular game that Jones referred to when he said that he 'cried' after the loss is the divisional round defeat to the New York Giants of that season.
Dallas lost the game 21-17, with Romo only completing half of his passes and throwing a key interception.