Originally Posted by Doomsday101
People do not want to hear what he has to say they just want to complain that nothing is being done. I wish this line was playing in mid season form they are not and it is making it hard to run the offense but I do think Callahan will get some of these issues ironed out and get better production out of this group.
It's unbelievably frustrating. But I do think we've got the right coach, and that--the the possible exception at RT--our talent is at least adequate for what's expected of them. Callahan sure seems to think it's a case of a blown assignment here and a blown assignment there, and not that we're getting jailbroken and overwhelmed physically from down to down.
Listening to the interview, he's pretty clear that he knows what's going on and thinks he can fix it. It trusts the scheme and is very complimentary of the unit's work ethic.
Not that anybody howling about the OL all offseason is bothering to pay attention to what the issues really are, or where we're getting beat at this point. But I'm really curious to see how we do v. a really good CHI front on Monday.
“Everything is going good,” Romo said. “I think we’re putting together some ideas that we love, and I feel strongly about certain things that are going to help us. I think it’s just a bunch of guys going to work every day and figuring out ways to be better in a lot of different capacities, from players and coaches, all the way up. It’s exciting." --Tony Romo