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Look: Jerry Jones Reveals Cowboys' Draft Board To Prove A Point

New Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy at his introductory press conference in Dallas.

FRISCO, TEXAS - JANUARY 08: Head coach Mike McCarthy of the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talk with the media during a press conference at the Ford Center at The Star on January 08, 2020 in Frisco, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Jerry Jones has become unhinged. During a press conference following the first round, the Cowboys owner appeared to show his entire draft board to the media.

The Cowboys spent their No. 24 overall pick on offensive tackle Tyler Smith. It wasn't a flashy selection, but it's one that has been met with some criticism.

Jones defended the pick during a press conference following the first round, but may have taken things a bit too far.

The Cowboys' owner revealed a copy of the team's draft board as he tried to prove Smith was his highest-rated offensive tackle available at the time.

That probably wasn't the best move on Jerry Jones' part.

"Being a Cowboys fan is embarrassing," one fan commented.

There are others who actually like how interactive Jones is with the media. It's certainly a breath of fresh air.

"Not for me. I love Jerry. Don’t always agree with their approach but he’s fun to watch. Twitter has fans like you thinking random “draft experts” who never played the sport know more than every team in the league. Other teams also see something in this kid so let’s support him," a fan tweeted.

Being interactive with the media is one thing. Showing your entire draft board is another.

Stephen Jones should probably be in charge with holding on to the team's draft board from now on.