Originally Posted by Risen Star
It's more likely that Jason Garrett didn't decide to give up control over his own offense on game day, get rid of his brother and switch defensive schemes entering a year where his job is on the line.
When you factor that in with who he works for and that guy coming right out and telling you he's going to make it uncomfortable for everyone, it's pretty reasonable to assume the head coach has made concessions to keep his job.
I guess what is is, after 17 years of this nonsense, only one of us is still willing to make excuses for Jerry Jones.
It could also be that Garrett is willing to try it. Garrett and Jones clearly have a different relationship than Jones has had with any other coach. Garrett has been a part of the organization for a while. You earn trust and respect that way. That falls into many things in life...not just in football. I have no idea what happened. No one does. You could be right or I could be. Something tells me that they both decided on it if it actually happens. I wouldn't put it past Garrett to take play calling duties back over if he thinks he'd be better at it and Jerry saying okay.
You're going by the past and the past isn't always an indicator of the future. Its a good starting point but when you reach a certain tipping point, which I think we are at, or close to, things change. At this point we can only hope for the best for the organization.