Jerry Jones isn't the only critical part of the Dallas Cowboys that says the team's window for winning is closing. DeMarcus Ware sided with Boys' owner in an interview with the Dallas Morning News. He believes the team's chance to do something special is now.
"I feel like from my standpoint, we're a better team than we were last year, and it's going to show on the field," Ware said, via Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News. "Jerry saying that the window's closing, I'm with Jerry. The window can be closing. It closes every year.
"It just depends on if you're going to walk through that door or not. I'm with Jerry on that."
The Cowboys made moves to improve on the defensive side of the ball by signing Brandon Carr in free agency and drafting Morris Claiborne with the fourth overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, moving up to do so.