With the date of the 2018 Super Bowl now confirmed, the NFL's attention turns to the sale of the Buffalo Bills and Jerry Jones knows who should be the leading candidate.
The Dallas Cowboys owner gushed about rockstar, Jon Bon Jovi when quizzed about his chances of ownership.
Jones told the Toronto Sun:“ I don’t know of anyone that I have any more respect for as a father, or as a husband, or certainly as a potential business partner,”
“You talk about individuals and talk about their qualification," Jones continued "there hasn’t been anybody more qualified to be involved in sports ownership, or certainly ownership in the NFL, than Jon Bon Jovi.”
Bon Jovi, a New Jersey native may be a leading candidate due to his North Eastern roots with the clear wish of the fans of Buffalo to keep the team in the region. However, the star is part of a Toronto-based group.
The Bills have held regular season games in Toronto over the past few years, but that arrangement has now been called off - at least temporarily- and there seems to be real opposition to a move to Canada.
Of course London and Los Angeles as always, would be considered as destinations for the team if Buffalo fail to keep it.
There is no indication at this time if Bon Jovi would prefer a relocation or even when the NFL would look for potential owners for the franchise to come forward.
However, Jerry's vote is clear. He wants Bon Jovi to take on the Bills.