Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was very modest when asked about the team seemingly having Super Bowl expectations every year.
Jones said the Cowboys go into the season with the playoffs and the Super Bowl as their goal but he wouldn’t agree that they have had Super Bowl expectations.
But Jones said he does feel good about the team’s chances of making a run in 2012 if the current roster plays up to expectations especially with quarterback Tony Romo playing the best football of his career.
“With Romo having played the several years at the level he’s played that alone would enhance expectations,” Jones said. “It gives us a chance to think that way We are proud of the roster we have put together. We got a lot of new players that are going come together If we can get on paper what we have in camp get players to play as expected. I feel very good about our team.”