Originally Posted by jterrell
If he lets go of the offense in time to save his job this asset of his may well flourish.
If he won't let go of some control so he can focus more on traditional coaching duties we may never see the fruit of that tree.
Where Garrett needs to most follow Jimmy's lead is in getting in an offensive coordinator whose life the next 4 or 5 years revolves around making tony romo a hall of famer.
In my opinion his job is safe anyway at least
for one more year, if not more. If he can continue to churn the roster and get rid of dead weight where needed and bring in the types of guys he's been bringing in, we could be very good very soon. I think it all hinges on him improving as a coach while
the roster improves so that we can make a real run in the near future. I'd be ecstatic if we made a playoff appearance this year, knowing that Garretts coaching, and our roster, will be much improved with time.
Patience is a virtue.