<!--:es-->DFW SPORTS MIX by Don Arnet<!--:-->


It was last week that I mentioned that Terrell Owens should remain a Cowboy because he gives them the best shot at winning, despite all the off the field stuff he causes. Jerry Jones hinted he would be a Cowboy. So much for a week. Where were you when the news came down close to midnight last week. T.O. is no more in Dallas. It’s now the Buffalo Bills problem now. To the Bills quarterbacks Trent Edwards and J.P. Losman, good luck.

Now that all parties are moving forward, keep in mind that getting rid of Terrell does not solve all the Cowboys problems as Jerry Jones tries to create team harmony from top to bottom. QB Tony Romo must now produce, and wide receivers Roy Williams must step up to be the main receiver, and Sam Hurd, Patrick Crayton, and Miles Austin must step up to be trusted to make plays. The time for Jerry Jones to take in troublemakers and brining them to Dallas must stop. And the Pokes have been the laughing stock of the NFL of late. No matter what, give Jerry Jones credit for making a move that could help the Pokes in the long run. Even if that means cutting a team problem.