Jerry Jones has no intentions of giving up his self-appointed duties as the Cowboys general manager. This is one of the benefits to owning the team: You can say you'd fire the personnel guy for substandard work but you don't really have to because you're also the de facto human resources department. And, well, there's no way Jerry's getting rid of himself.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has made it clear that he has no plans to relinquish his duties as general manager, which means that his suspect personnel decisions will be part of any conversation about the team as long as it continues to struggle.
The Saints likely will be eliminated from playoff consideration at some point Sunday regardless of the outcome, but a win over the Cowboys would be more meaningful than last week's 41-0 trouncing of moribund Tampa Bay.