Originally Posted by visionary
so when sean lee and jason witten say that garrett is a good coach and puts them in position to win and is the right coach for htis team, they are being honest and making factual statements
when garrett says similar stuff about ryan shortly before ryan gets fired, "he was just saying the right things" "holding the truth internally"
cant have it both ways guys
not sure what is more ironic, Garrett's statements or the Cult of Garrett defending him for it
who said the players were totally being honest? to the media of all people....
In a lot of ways, the players do fudge their true feelings out of respect for their bosses. I mean, would you go out and publicly trash your boss to the media, even if it were true? not if you liked your job and in the case of these players - playing time, etc....
so no one is talking about having it both ways because it is naturally all the same, and I don't blame them for it. you would be niave to believe everything you read or hear in the media without taking it with a grain of salt
As far as defending Garrett, nah I have been one to think he should be fired. I can live with someone else calling the shots though and will give him a chance this year as HC if atleast he gives up the offensive playcalling duties.