There was a video and report where jerry jones was asked about the bears fans at cowboys stadium. Jerry replied something along the lines yes, I know because we sold them the tickets with alot of bears fans at cowboys last game. So, is making money more important to Jerry Jones, with ticket sales, (probably to high for some fans) to sell those tickets to the bears fans. If you remember a few years back, (same thing happened with bears playing at cowboys stadium-jerry sold alot of bears fans tickets to make money possibly). Saying this I realize that teams have to sell a certain amount of tickets to opposing teams fans, but with the huge number of bears fans at last game, why? So, what is more important for jerry to have fan base at cowboys stadium more than opposing fans, or to sell tickets for home games to opposing teams fans to get more money? Dont get me wrong, I like Jerry Jones to a large degree, but is the attitude wrong at the top, starting with jerry jones down to the players just wanting a check, then playing to win championships? In other words, when jerry sells tickets to more opposing fans and the players see this, possibly that jerry is all about making more money than having your home stadium filled with loyal fans, than having or selling more tickets to opposing teams fans just to make money, then are players saying oh, I see jerry, its all about the money, not making championships, so give me the money too, not championships. Case in point a video was posted with score 38-14 and OT Doug Free could be seen smiling and laughing with OG Bearneadeau on sidelines. So is money and attitude about that coming from jerry jones and being filtered down to the players, its all about the money, not winning championships? I know some players want to win and play hard, Witten, Romo, Murray, Dez at times, Ratliff, and some others, but I tend to question a players heart like Doug Free who got his 8 plus million contract, but is playing like a jane instead of a tarzan with his finese blocking and attitude at times.