Jerry Jones On Playoff Urgency: I Don't Have Time To Have A Bad Time

Josh Clark
January 04, 2019 - 11:25 am
Jerry Jones

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DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Jerry Jones tasted success rather quickly after he bought the Cowboys in 1989. Jones' Cowboys won three Super Bowls in the first seven years of his ownership tenure. 

The last time Dallas won a championship was in 1996 when Jones was just 53-years-old. Fast forward 23 years later and Jones is still chasing that elusive sixth Super Bowl title (fourth under his ownership). 

When joining 105.3 The Fan Friday ahead of the Cowboys wild-card matchup with the Seattle Seahawks, Jones was asked about how urgent he was this year as compared to other seasons when the Cowboys made the playoffs?

"I don't have time to have a bad time. It's not on my schedule," Jones said jokingly. "The facts are that each year does create more urgency. It's always been our goal to get in this game and go from here."

Now 76, Jones knows he won't live forever. Making this season's playoff run as important as ever for him and his family.