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The wipes (.99) went on sale on the team's website Wednesday, with proceeds going to charity.
"You've got to admit: Who would've thought of the eyeglass thing? "Ol' Shy looked down there and said, 'My God, I never saw anything so dirty.'" Jones, ever the businessman, had more on his mind than Jerry Wipes, however.
But that was the season Romo emerged as the surprise starter.
"It really changed things for the franchise," he says. It ushered in a real belief that Romo has got all the stuff to take us all the way." Although Jones said during the offseason that the "window is closing" on the Cowboys to win a championship with Romo, he explains that Romo, who has two years remaining on this contract, is in his 10th season and other all-pro foundation blocks, including linebacker De Marcus Ware and tight end Jason Witten, are deep into their careers.
After sticking his neck out, it seemed like a playoff victory.
He has been around long enough to know the value of a Week 1 victory, but this one was special for a few reasons, including his envy of the Giants' championship status.
"You'll never convince me that the Giants didn't take our role last year," Jones says.
"That should have been us, doing what the Giants did.
There's plenty of disappointment to choose from in that regard. 1 seed in 2008, or being hailed as the NFL's most "talented" team in 2009 and getting drubbed in the second round of the playoffs.In a candid, wide-ranging interview with USA TODAY Sports, the 69-year-old GM/owner discussed everything from his team's recent lack of postseason success to his envy of the rival New York Giants.He weighed in on players such as star quarterback Tony Romo and troubled receiver Dez Bryant.Thus, Jones declared that all of his win-now offseason moves were designed to match up better against the Giants -- including a .1 million contract for free-agent cornerback Brandon Carr, a trade up to select LSU corner Morris Claiborne sixth overall, beefing up the O-line with free agents and keeping linebacker Anthony Spencer on board with an .8 million franchise tag."In my mind," he adds of the Week 1 win, "what we gained was so much more nourishing for us, than the loss was for them.