'It's Not Complicated,' the Cowboys have issues
JAN 17, 2014 1:48p ET
We've all seen plenty of those AT&T "It's Not Complicated" commericals where the spokesman has a roundtable discussion on various topics with elementary schools kids.
Dallas-Fort Worth's FOX 4 wanted to find out what a group of fourth graders say about the Dallas Cowboys in a similar setup.
"Are the Cowboys a good team or a bad team," FOX 4's Edward Egros asks.
The responses weren't very positive.
"Kind of in between," one girl said. " They were fumbling with the ball sometimes and I don't think they were very focused."
And of course everyone has an opinion about quarterback Tony Romo.
"All of the games that I watch, Tony Romo usually fumbles and it's kind of a coincidence because that's the only games I watch where he makes a really bad flunk with the ball," she said after being asked who's to blame when the Cowboys aren't focused.
Most Cowboys fans aren't happy with the way owner and general manager Jerry Jones is running the team. The kids also agreed.
"He needs to step down just a teensy bit," one of the boys said.
The Cowboys haven't won a Super Bowl since the 1995 season. When does he think they will win again?
"I think they're going to need about five years to develop a good team, and maybe an eight years to win," he said.
That's bad news for Romo, who will be 41 in 2022, and a 79-year-old Jerry Jones.
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