ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 23: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones stands on the field during warmups before the football game against the Los Angeles Chargers at AT&T Stadium on November 23, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

Jerry Jones’ NFL-themed Halloween costume may not sit well with the NFL, but if you ask me it is no doubt ingenious. A photo circulated of the Dallas Cowboys owner dressed as a blind referee. He wore a striped shirt and sunglasses while carrying a walking stick.

For Lions fans that have been on the other end of a bad game call against Dallas might be a tab butt hurt, but sorry not sorry. I think it’s the best costume he could have ever picked.

Do you think Jerry Jones is worried at all? Not even. Looking ahead, the Cowboys have a bye this weekend, so Jones can hope the NFL will forget all Halloween before a week 10 clash with the Green Bay Packers. I think some of my friends went as Lions players so that’s pretty scary.

Cowboys' Jerry Jones faces possible NFL fine for referee Halloween costume

Billionaire Jerry Jones' wallet could become slightly lighter if the NFL decides to fine him for his Halloween costume. The longtime owner of the Dallas Cowboys dressed up as a "blind referee" for Halloween. The costume featured Jones in a striped referee shirt, sunglasses and a walking stick.

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