Jerry Jones: No butts about it, the Cowboys were dreadful

When you're last in your own division, the view is particularly pretty.
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The Dallas Cowboys would have liked a do-over for the 2015 season.

After Dez Bryant went down with a foot injury in the first game and Tony Romo quickly joined him on the injury report, the Cowboys’ season all but ended. A carousel of quarterbacks vied for the starting role, but all failed miserably. By the time it was all over, Dallas finished with a 4-12 record, good for dead last in the NFC East.

That embarrassed Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones. The year prior, his team won the division with a 12-4 record. And now that the Cowboys fell behind in the standings, there’s really only thing you can look at. Via NJ.com’s Jordan Raanan:

“I'm looking up, on my back and all I see is ass,” Jones said Tuesday night at The Westin Houston, Memorial City Hotel following relocation meetings. “I want a different perspective.”

Well . . . that’s certainly a colorful way of putting it.