A lot of fans and media personalities consider the Dallas Cowboys head coaching position to be one of the most difficult in football. The pressure to win isn’t higher in any other market, and when the team does win, a lot of the credit goes to owner Jerry Jones.

But Urban Meyer still said last week that the Cowboys head coaching position is “the one job in professional football you say, ‘I got to go do that.'” Unsurprisingly, Jones agrees.

“For Urban Meyer to say that is a compliment. Period. I really know that. The job is a great job. Now, that’s not implying that I made it that way, or I don’t make it that way. It’s just the place to be,” Jones said according to 247Sports.

Meyer revealed his opinion on the Dallas coaching job during a guest appearance with FOX’s “The Herd” with Colin Cowherd, who was wondering whether Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley would be really leave the Sooners to coach the Cowboys.

It’s unclear if Riley shares Meyer’s sentiments about the Cowboys, but the comments are interesting nonetheless.

As if current Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, who is seemingly always on the hot seat, didn’t have enough to worry about each fall, it’s now public knowledge that at least one former high-profiled college coach apparently would have at least considered leaving very prestigious college programs for a chance with “America’s Team.”