Jerry Jones still thinks the Cowboys will compete for a Super Bowl

Jerry Jones never stops. The Cowboys have gone 8-8 the last three seasons with talent aging at key positions and  are projected to be $20 million over the cap with only 2 weeks to get under it. Jerry  Jones isn’t going to stop him from talking Super Bowl though.

“Even though we have cap problems this year, we have that chance to compete for a Super Bowl,” Jones told The Dallas Morning News during a wide-ranging interview Sunday at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.

The Cowboys are $20 million dollars over the cap, according to projections, and must get under it by March 11. And that’s with the cap extended to more than $130 million for 2014, up from $123 million.-FoxSports.com

The Cowboys have a good QB and talent at RB and WR but it is tough to imagine them even making the playoffs with the roster they have and especially with the roster they will have after they get under the cap.

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