Originally Posted by AbeBeta
Knock the old man out of his comfort zone.
The dynamic that he has created so that he can 'feel comfortable' has kept this team firmly in the mediocre zone.
Stop looking at Jason Garrett and what he 'could become' and look at what is
And ask yourself if keeping Garrett and being patient with his obvious struggles is worth more the careers of Ware, Witten, and Romo.
Do you think you have a better chance of finding a better, more qualified head coach who can win in the not-too-distant future with this group or is there a better chance that you'll get players as good or betteer than what you have now when Garrett is fully prepared?
I see a ton of guys who are hurt. Does that mean we should fire Woicek, a guy who everyone here seems to think is amazing?
I don't see injuries that would point the finger at anything Woicek is or isn't doing as being the reason so I'm not blaming him.
That doesn't mean that there aren't areas for improvement -- but I've watched football long enough to know it doesn't take a wholesale change to go from .500 to going deep in the playoffs
I think it takes a fundamental change - as mentioned above - if there is any hope of winning with the current group.
If anyone can point me to somewhere where 'the process' is bearing fruit, I'd be most interested.
I don't see any improvement - anywhere.