One is eighty and the other pushing seventy. One looks like the skeletal remains of an aged 1930s Chicago-land gangster and the other like a Michael Jackson starter kit with his recent face work and new teeth. One built the Raiduhhhhs into one of the NFL's elite franchises and then systematically shredded it, piece by piece. The other resurrected America's Team from its late '80s shallow grave, restored it to its glorious place among the champions, and then, for the sake of his own fragile ego, ran the architect of the Cowboys' resurgence out of town and started looking for hand puppets so he could coach the team without anyone really knowing it (though most everyone suspects it). Between them, Al Davis and Jerry Jones have the ownership of eight Lombardi trophies, though Jones only actua ...
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