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"We have a long-standing rivalry with them," Mara said.
"It doesn't have much to do with him at this point." Last season, the Giants earned a playoff spot with a 9-7 record by defeating Dallas twice in the final four weeks -- including a Week 14 loss in Arlington, Texas, when the Cowboys blew a 12-point lead in the final five minutes.
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.
On the nearly three-hour flight from Baltimore, where Jerry Jones attended the funeral of former Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell, to Dallas the Cowboys owner covers a variety of topics but there's one that captures his attention: "Jerry Wipes." The Dallas Cowboys owner has been in the news again this week after his son-in-law, Shy Anderson, was captured on national TV during the season-opening victory at the New York Giants, cleaning Jones' glasses with a handkerchief.
That's why I'll never upstage that." Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin arrived in Dallas one season before Jones."I don't know how you criticize him for when he got hurt in the sixth game two years ago (fractured collarbone). "But I don't hear a big chant." Romo had nothing but positive things to say about Jones at the Cowboys practice facility on Thursday.You sure couldn't criticize him for last season." Romo threw for over 4,000 yards and 31 TDs in 2011. "A quarterback only wants one thing: An owner who cares about winning as much as you do," Romo says.That the brief clip became such a Jerry Wipes event has become a national talker item is yet another example of the appeal of the Cowboys, and the lightning rod who owns the richest sports franchise in America, valued recently by Forbes at .1 billion.Jones -- whose franchise has won three Super Bowls since he purchased the team and the lease to since-demolished Texas Stadium for 2 million in 1989 -- has had his hands all over a product that has produced just one playoff victory in the past 16 years but remains arguably the NFL's most popular team.
He has appeared in countless commercials, is interviewed constantly and even appeared on Entourage.