Originally Posted by WoodysGirl
The word that came out immediately on twitter was that they thought his schemes were unsound.
Now they're saying they're sound, but he had too many of 'em.
Either way, sounds like they lost faith in the effectiveness of Rob's defense.
My bad it was Seattle and Chicago.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones pointed to early season losses to the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears when he explained the decision to fire defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.
[View Full Quote] "I didn't like the way we were playing in a lot of cases," Jones said in a taped interview that KTVT-TV aired Wednesday, via ESPNDallas.com. "I thought we could play better before the injuries, and so I factored that in. It wasn't like we had a lot of injuries out here when we played Chicago. It wasn't like we had a lot of injuries when we played Seattle. I didn't like the way we played there.
"It's not hard for me to go to those games and say what can we do to improve when we played Seattle and when we played Chicago, and I liked the way we played in subsequent games, and I know we didn't have the talent level on the field that we had when we played Seattle and Chicago."
Basically Jerry just can't shut up I guess.
Unsound schemes - sound schemes but too many schemes - played poorly when healthy. Ok whatever lets see what Kiffin can do.