If the whole Jason Garrett saga ends with the Dallas Cowboys not making the playoffs next year and Jerry's hand is forced which culminates in Jason Garrett's termination, how would you feel about Josh McDaniels as the next head coach? I know, I know, some of you are pointing to his stint in Denver and how that turned out. I seem to remember another head strong assistant to a great head coach who didn't fair so well in his first head coaching gig with the Browns and I think he turned out fine. I would personally be ecstatic if McDaniels was our coach. His record speaks for itself. His offensive schemes have set records with the Patriots (which have recently been broken) and before you bring up Brady, he also managed to come up with an offense to win win 11 games with Matt Cassell at QB. I don't think he was given a fair shot in Denver and is criticized too much for drafting Tebow. If you're going to fault him for drafting Tebow, then you also have to give him credit for drafting Demaryius Thomas, JD Walton, Zane Beadles and Eric Decker in that draft. Also, what he's doing in New England right now with Tom Brady and his gang of scrubs in remarkable. I'd want McDaniels because he obviously has a track record of being a great offensive mind and because I think his best years are ahead of him. He's young, hungry and he wants to prove that he's a better head coach than his record in Denver isn't indicative of how good of a coach he is. I'd rather have him, with recent success, than someone like Cowher or Gruden who seem to be too comfortable in their booth and haven't been on the sidelines in forever.