Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by StevenOtero, Dec 31, 2012.
And Boy Wonder has to not throw INT's!
Or maybe the defense won't give up 250 yards on the ground?
Oh good god. Let me try to spin a positive out of that. That means they will go out and address the oline like they never had before this offseason so they will give Romo time to throw the ball and give the backs lanes to run the ball.
Yeah, that ought to be... interesting.
We shall see about that. Here's an honest question. Would you rather have a coach who wants to coach or a coach who wants to be one of the greats and constantly studies them and talks to them? He's clearly aiming to be one of the greats.
I wouldn't put it past Jerry to over ride JG and bring in an offensive coordinator and I also don't get why some believe that it emasculates Garrett in some way. Parcells or Jimmy didn't mind.
I know it's an emotional day and everybody's mad as hell but there is no doubt the team has a different mentality now but the X's and O's have to get better.
I guess Im the only one who thought his press conf was pretty good. Strong and determined and keep on building it. Saw nothing mentioned of he would not give up play calling duties. Next yr will be yr 3...lets see how it all works out.
We are not that far off from being a pretty strong team. Give the OL Warmack and FA and we can make a run next yr if we dont suffer any more devastating injuries.
We need OL, safety, DL and another RB. Receivers we are set imo and Danny Coale will be avail to us as well.
I walked away with that as well. I thought he handled himself well.
Against every fiber in my being I checked in on ESPN and the NFL Network throughout the day and so my utter shock it wasn't a bash fest. Jaws, Merril Hodge and Brian Billick all said essentially the same thing. They agreed that we were pretty close and heading in the right direction. Safety and offensive line would be the priorities in the off season and we'd be right in the mix.
If Jerry is truely committed to Jason he should end all speculation and extend his coach for another five years. Improvements are surely needed, but if the owner believes the coach has the team pointed the correct direction, not doing so, will eventually lead to the team's undoing.
I'd rather have a coach that earned his position by going from the bottom and worked his way to the top. While doing this he "studies" under great coaches by working with them on a daily basis.
While taking 10 to 12 years or so working his way up by being assistant position coach all the way to coordinator he learns situational football and clock management so he wouldn't have to learn it on the job.
A couple of conversations with Jimmy and Coach K doesn't replace the experience of working under them for years.
I dunno. I heard if you read a book about them it's just as good as being them, only younger.
That is true, but Garrett played for Coach Jimmy Johnson.
And, both of those coaches are winners. Now, all Jerry and Garrett need to do is get some more great players and replace the ones that are not.
I'm curious, what coaching tree did Garrett come from.
i want to know what tree he fell from.
He played under Jimmy for 1 year, as a player not a coach.
More great players huh, well if we more great players then we could hire Campo as head coach again.
That's funny right there.
Have a Happy New Year.
What I'm saying is that anyone could coach a team full of great players.