Jerry Jones Letter Facebook: Kayla Jimenez

Jerry Jones has a history of being an outspoken owner and Jason Garrett has a history of being a mediocre head coach. It’s a fun recipe for why the Dallas Cowboys are not a very good football team right now and one 7-year-old boy is so fed up with it he decided to write a letter.

If it’s true kids really say the darnedest things, then maybe the world should put Rylan Wood in a league of his own. Not only did he have the guts to write the owner of the most valuable franchise in the NFL, but he also told the man almost 70 years older than him how it truly is for fans.

Wood, a Mansfield, Texas native, wasn’t able to finish watching the Cowboys’ 28-14 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football because it was a school night, of course, but he told his mother, Kayla Jimenez, he would write the letter after school and here we are.

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Here is the letter in full after the Cowboys dropped to 3-5 on the season:

“Dear Mr. Jones,

My name is Rylan Wood. I am a 7 year old 2nd grade student in Mansfield, Texas. My family has been Dallas Cowboys fans since the team was started. I have a lot of Cowboy gear and I have met Zeke [Ezekiel Elliott], Taco [Vidauntae Charlton], Jason Witten, and two other players who play on other teams.

You have made my mom very mad because WE SUCK! Every game day she is yelling at the TV and turns off the game. We are wanting to believe in the boys but it’s hard. I hope “Coach Garrett” is clapping if this letter gets to you. See what happens when Dez X is gone?? The cheerleaders are better than the team this year. I do not want to hurt your feelings.

Thank you, Rylan.”


Calling out the team for sucking? Putting Coach Garrett in quotations? Challenging the front office decision for releasing Dez Bryant? Claiming the cheerleaders are better than the actual players?


Man, Rylan has no chill.

At the end of the day, though, the young boy just wants his mother to be happy and now the ball is in the court of Jerry Jones to make it happen.

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With over 10 years of sports writing experience, Brett has covered some of the top local, regional, and national sporting events in the Heartland for both print and digital platforms. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and resides in Austin, Texas.
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