I know people are still hotheaded so they have a hard time looking at anything reasonably. But let's try to make a good, bad and ugly thread to mention the things Garrett has done right, wrong and makes you scratch your head: The Good: *Drafting: Remember the 2009 debacle? We've had some very good drafts the past few years. We have four starters from this year's draft alone. No more Bobby Carpenters coming through that door. *Addressing the OL: It took long enough but we finally addressed it. We've spent two 1st rounders on OL in the past three years. We renegotiated Free and it paid off big time. We went out and got Waters. *Cutting ties with old players: Aside from the Ratliff nightmare, we haven't been afraid to let guys go when they get up their in age. We also haven't been extending old guys. We saved a potential long-term nightmare by franchising Spencer two years in a row. The Bad: *Time management: It's been absolutely horrible. I don't like to be an armchair coach, but every week I yell at the TV saying, "What are you doing!?" These are things that I thought were common sense. *Play calling: He had a really good year a while back, which is what made him a popular head coach candidate, but he's been predictable ever since. And Callahan's play calling seems to be no different than Garrett's. *Discipline/mistakes: Same old story in Dallas. No matter who we've had at the helm, we seem to make mistakes of an undisciplined team. The sad thing is, the guys making these mistakes are veterans. Costly false starts, pass interference, delay of games, etc. The Ugly: *2nd round TEs: It's been said many times, but what's the deal with these 2nd round TEs? Garrett has always wanted to instill a 2-TE set, but he never seems to utilize the guys he spends such high picks on. When we've gotten guys like Sean Lee and Bruce Carter in the 2nd round, it makes you wish you could have those three picks we spent on Fasano/Bennett/Escobar back. *RKG: I get it and I don't get it. We're trying so hard to be a team with an identity but we don't know our identity. You can look at a player and say, "He'd be a great Patriot," or, "He'd make the perfect Steeler," but you can't say that about Dallas. We want lunch pail guys who aren't cancers, but we don't get those guys consistently. We've passed up on a lot of good players because they aren't RKGs, such as Vontaze Burflict and Janoris Jenkins. *Trying to be someone we're not: We wanted to give Romo a "Peyton Manning role" this season. We've always been trying to mimmick the Patriots with their 2-TE set and their RKG personnel. We try to hop on the latest trends. The successful teams are the teams who made the league adjust to them (see Seattle and San Fran), not the teams who adjusted to the league.