Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by NeonDeion21, Jan 7, 2013.
Can anyone say " Scapgoat " ???
Hope the waterboy does not get too comfortable !
Oh man, HUGE changes indeed. This will have everyone scared!
My bet, Wes Phillips is next.
I believe I've tracked down the last non-Cowboy-employed male of the Jim Garrett spawn.
Come on down to Dallas, Jim Garrett III!
If your going to Fire position coaches lets look at qb coach Wade Wilson, assistant ol coach Wes Phillips, te coach John Garrett lets get uncomfortable here
Everything can't be addressed in one day..there is an entire off season ahead oif us
Of course that is where they went. Jerome Henderson, Brian Baker, and Joe Baker all hired by Garrett.
Wow talk about change...
This would be my dream scenario if it happens.
tell Rob Ryan to kick rocks too
And of course, no mention of them firing Campo and Houck last year. Pretty pathetic, but then consider the source.
So since we did not have a running game, fire Skippy is the answer. Great Scott! The comedy barn has arrive in Dallas..
Good job, Jerry! Accountability is your strong suit.
But yet Wade Wilson is STILL EMPLOYED.
T2 must protect Jason Garrett at all costs...
I was told during the season by the Garrett homers, let alone the head coach himself per reports, the reason our offense was stalling was because Murray was injured. Now, it turns out the running game problems were the result of a coach other than Garrett, when the Murray excuse fell through...
If we cant get these two losers out of here, we may be heading in the right direction.
So Skip Peete is the scapegoat for an incompetent general manager!
People seem to have a hard time simply admitting it... Jason Garrett is just an awful head coach, and won't be getting better anytime soon. The game requires the ability to think and adapt quickly, which Garrett doesn't possess.
Garrett is going to pin the blame on everybody and everyone but himself.
So the RB coach is to blame, but the OC is not..................yea, right.
Well, I was fighting it, but now I'm convinced.