Originally Posted by Risen Star
I don't know why people want to complicate it so much. The owner is well aware that this "unique structure" of his is the reason why the team has struggled for nearly two decades. He doesn't care. That will not change. The team will either win with him in the GM chair or it goes down with him.
That's the reality of the Dallas Cowboys as long as Jerry Jones is here. So accept that and hope he can stumble on a head coach capable of overcoming all the obstacles in his way.
Jim Harbaugh's great, right? He doesn't stand a snowball's chance in hell of duplicating what he did in San Fran here in Dallas. Completely different situation. Sane ownership. Real personnel men. He's set up for success. None of that applies here. We set our coaches up for failure and see if they can overcome it. If they can't, fire the bum and move on to the next. As long as you change the names of the pawns in this game the fans will think you're trying.
Harbaugh is a very good coach, who like John Gruden following Tony Dungy, benefitted from having a roster full of capable players who he could maximize
to perform at their best.
Examples: solid O Line, Solid Defense, first round QB, until this year reliable
Throw Harbaugh, either of them into our mix, and we see similar results to
JG in my opinion.
It's not necessarily all because of the coach. They don't man up on the field,
and have to deliver