Sunday, September 8, 2013

Jerry Jones: I Wish I Could Play LeBron James at Tight End

The Dallas Cowboys will look to get their season off on the right foot with a win over their hated rival, the New York Giants, on Sunday Night Football in the friendly confines of AT&T Stadium. With the nation watching the 'Boys are going to try and do something they have had a hard time doing against the Giants--win.

Maybe what they need is for one of the most prolific scorers in the NBA, LeBron James to suit up and give them an edge. Jerry Jones certainly wouldn't mind.

As luck would have it LeBron and another NBA star, Chris Paul, are going to be in attendance. During a recent radio interview Jones had this to say about what he would like to do:
“I hope to see Lebron,” Jones told the Elf & Slater show on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM]. “I just wish I could suit him out."
Where would he play Jerry?
 “Tight end,” Jones said.
Of course with Jason Witten and rookie Gavin Escobar lining up when the team goes double tight there may not be as much of a need other than the 'wow' factor. But it is good to know he is up in thee stands if the tea needs him (although with what he gets paid the team might have to cut Tony Romo in order to sign him).

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is going to be at the game as well. Can anyone say interior defensive lineman?

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