Here is a clear cut example of one of the things where things got "messy" between DCF, Broaddus, and other posters. At the time the Cowboys were playing terrible and alot of people were on edge about the whole situation in general. Posters wanted answers and Broaddus took a very firm role on Wade as a HC not getting it done and had been on the radio alot saying this. Then it got to the point where his writing was being attacked and called sensationalism, blah, blah, blah and DCF got involved and it went south from there.
I like Broaddus and his breakdown's of game film is very insightful and fans on other teams don't even get that type of in-depth information. Some people do not agree and that is ok but again it doesn't give them the right to start projecting that person as a certain way because they disagree.
Broaddus has to write stuff so that even the average fan can read it, understand it, and take away some key points from it. (hence the "buzzwords") Alot of us Zoners are not the average fan, alot of us understand Xs and Os more than the average fan so that is where the root of the problem is I think. We are looking for clear cut answers and Broaddus' style of writing is not meant to be. I'm sure Broaddus could get alot more detailed in his film breakdowns but then the average fan wouldn't understand it and that isn't his goal to begin with. Media folks are always trying to attract viewers and readers, that is the name of the game for them. Controversial headlines will always get attention so just like we say Broaddus should have a thick skin the same should apply for us.
As far as DCF goes, well that is another issue in itself.
"It's little bit like the description of pornography from years back. It's hard to define it. But you know what it is at the end of it. It's hard to define it. I think you know who is more physical. Often times you see that in the fourth quarter. A lot of time the team on the other side feels it. We pride ourselves on being a physical football team. It's important to us. It's an important time of the year to lay that foundation." - Coach Garrett