By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Brian Billick is a Super Bowl winning coach.

Billick, now an analyst for the NFL Network, coached in the NFL for over 15 years, including eight seasons as head coach of the Baltimore Ravens.

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Jerry Jones, 73, is the three-time Super Bowl winning—yet villainous and at times obstructive—owner of the Dallas Cowboys

Could Billick ever coach for Jones?

“You look at Jerry Jones and it’s a two-edged sword,” Billick told Angelo Cataldi and the 94WIP Morning Show on Thursday, ahead of Sunday night’s Eagles at Cowboys game. “You know, one there’s gonna be passion. You’re gonna have all the resources and they’re the Dallas Cowboys and you love an owner that wants to vest himself that way.

Listen: Brian Billick on the 94WIP Morning Show

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“But I have a real problem—No, I couldn’t.”

Why not?

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“Because I have a real problem, the minute after a loss or a win who do we hear from?” Billick said. “Not the head coach. We hear from Jerry Jones. Which is fine, that’s his right, it’s his team. But I don’t know how you control the team as a coach, that inevitably you’re going to have to when that’s the structure.”