Just as important than O-line, D-line, secondary and receivers help is . . .
an attitude adjustment by Jason Garrett toward his team.
Ever since Garrett was hired I half taken a wait and see attitude with him.
At his core is a very good coach grounded in the basics and thery of football.
But, if we are honest, we should admit that he is into finess and quiet diplomacy.
As to the new coaches, I know as much about them as you due about Farmer Branch trailer hitch assembly, and that is not much.
These new assistants might be firebrands, I do not know at this time.
But would it take so much by Garrett to come out of his nice-guy stupor to lean harder on the players? It would mean a lot to me if, after a lousy play by a player, for Garrett to jaw at him. Best case scenaro would be for the player to come to the sidelines and stand next to his position coach for a chewing out and then for Garrett, at the post-game conference to call out that play.
Notice that I did not saying "call out that player." No sir, I wrote: "call out that play."
Jimma did and he did it consistantly, and that is one of the things ah always liked about ol' Jimma.
Mr. Garrett, I don't expect you to change your demeenor and curse a blue streak or chew out players on the sideline.
But I would hope you give your position coaches and coordinators cart blaunch to yell at their players and for you to call out the lackluster plays in public.
And, yes, praise your players when they deserve it.
If you mens do not agree to this modest proposal, then I say that you are mild-mannered jasons as well.
Good luck to us and our beloved Cowboys.
"We are not descended from fearful men."
~Edward R. Murrow