Originally Posted by zack
This is ridiculous all the way around. Answer this question. So was the team, game plan centered around Capernick? So he threw it 22 times and completed it 16 times. Most of his throws were predetermined and he took the snap and
Looked right at where he was going to throw it.
So his Rb's averaged 5.2 yards. You don't think that helps? Again let's see when he doesn't have a running game. Then come talk to me. All this BS about a guy that has started 6 games is now an Elite QB. It's pretty hilarious.
The funny thing is that we could have the same thing here. It's called balance. We don't have it. Garrett doesn't understand this concept. Limit the passes to 30 a game. Run the ball 25-30 times a game. You will be amazed.
Sick of people ripping on the QB of the Cowboys.
I'm not a Garrett supporter or apologist by any means, but Garrett said if he could run it all the time, he would. The problem is, the offensive line is offensive, and I think he knows this. The best chance of him winning is putting it into the hands of Romo and that's what he did most of the time. I guess it's moot point to debate whether Garrett is a good play caller or not, or whether he was putting the team in position to win as good coaches do. It's hard to tell whether Murray being hit behind the line too many times or Romo getting two-and-a-half seconds to throw it was the result of the offensive line, or Garrett being out-schemed.