The pressure is mounting on the Dallas Cowboys entering the 2012 season, as owner Jerry Jones repeatedly said the window is closing on the Cowboys' chance to win a championship with the current group of players.
In an interview with NFL.com, he expressed his frustrations over the 2011 season, calling it the 'most disappointing' in his time owning the team.
"Last year was the most disappointing year for me in my 24 years," Jones said. "We had the goods. We had the quarterback, he had the season. We were positioned, in my mind, to go further and really make a run at it."
There was no question that the team's 8-8 finish was a very disappointing way to finish the 2011 season, given the hype surrounding the team. Further adding insult to the team's 2-4 record against division opponents.
Jones in the article, however, expresses he has confidence in the team's ability to win games and be a Super Bowl contender in 2012.
For the latest on the Dallas Cowboys, be sure to check out Blogging the Boys. Head over to SB Nation's NFL hub for even more NFL news. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for video commentary.