DALLAS - The owner of the Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones has decided not to lay off any of the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders after all.
Jones had been contemplating ways of trying to save money and placing some of his cheerleaders on furlough was one of his means of achieving that goal.
But since his team defeated the Detroit Lions 35 to 19, he has decided to hold off on the cheerleader lay offs and make any future decisions on a game-to-game basis.
The Cowboys have now won two in a row and have a record of 3 wins and 7 losses. They will host the world champion New Orleans Saints on 'Turkey Day' in Cowboy Stadium.
Jones is so thrilled at the fantastic performance of his second string quarterback Jon Kitna, who again threw for three touchdown passes, that he has bought him a brand new, fully loaded, 2011 Ford F-150 truck in the blue, white, and silver color scheme of his Dallas Cowboys team.
Kitna also ran a touchdown for 29 yards which had not been done since the playing days of Roger "The Dodger" Staubach. And on top of that Kitna is extremely popular with his teammates because of the fact that he knows more mother-in-law jokes than just about anyone in the entire NFL.
Meanwhile the injured Tony Romo stands on the sidelines with his headphones, clipboard, and cup of Gatorade whispering to himself that he has got to get well soon so that he can get his starting quarterback job back.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: A reliable inside source has stated that both team owner Jerry Jones and new head coach Jason Garrett are extremely overjoyed with the play of Jon Kitna and are in no real big hurry to see Romo get back in there just yet.]