Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by yimyammer, Jan 24, 2010.
If Jimmy was the head coach of the cowboys this season, the team would be on its way to the SB. In my book the guys is a hall of fame head coach
Bah Jimmy was just one of 500........
Joking of course.
This franchise hasn't been the same since he left. No shock there.
Guess Reggie missed the part about avoiding bonehead mistakes... Like muffing punts in critical situations.
Yes and Jimmy Johnson went to Miami as head coach and GM and did exactly what?
the 5-11ers cant stand Jimmy!
I wasnt aware that Jimmy played offensive line???
The way our o-line was playing against the Vikes, it would not have mattered if Lombardi was our head coach, we still would have lost.
EDIT****Jimmy was a HOF coach before free agency and salary cap came into being. People ask why Jimmy was such a failure in Miami, well the difference was when he was in Dallas he did not have to worry about a salary cap or free agency. I highly doubt Jimmy would be successful in today's NFL.
Jimmy wouldn't be able to coach the players nowadays. It isn't the same as it was back then, when it was better. The players nowadays would just tune him out. Complain about it on twitter and keep rollin'.
The 90's were great for this team, but, let it go already.
Offensive line plays even half as good as it was prior to that Vikings game and you are looking at Dallas in the SB.
Course, the defense would have to play as well as they were playing too.
More karma? Childress consults Andy Reid before the Cowboys game for hints, and his team wins. So the Saints consult with Jimmy Johnson before their game, and they win.
More like Minny losing than the Sants winning. If Minny could hold onto the ball they win by 3 TDs, that Saints defense is garbage.
Colts will rip them a new one!!!
Didn't Jimmy Johnson want his Miami boy Steve Walsh to be the starting QB until Jerry set him straight and "persuaded" him to make Aikman the starter?
iv'e heard that a few times before over the years
I agree with this.
I believe Minnesota was the better team but make crucial mistakes when it matter.
However, I don't think the Super Bowl will be a walk in the park for the Colts, but they will ultimately win it.
I believe it could be just like the Patriots/Panthers Super Bowl a few years ago.
it was a +4 turnover margin and the Saints won in OT.
They couldn't take advantage of the opportunities given to them. I hate to say it, but the Vikings gave this game away. This was just like Week 2 vs NYG when Dallas had 4 turnovers and still managed to be in the game until the final seconds. I don't cheer for injuries, but part of me was happy to see Favre getting rocked and to see the Vikings get beat
Once the Cowboys got booted from the Playoffs, I had my preferences as to who I wanted to see win the Super Bowl, but I wouldn't have had any problem with the Vikings winning the Super Bowl, if you play hard, then you deserve it.
The Saints will be more competitive in the Super Bowl then some people think as the Colts' defense isn't exactly stingy either.
Pretty amazing how successful Sean Peyton has been.
You have to wonder why we haven't had that kind of success.
I agree. Vikes had 3 major miscues in the redone where they turned the ball over by being sloppy with the ball. As Troy said if you looked at final stats this should not have been a game. I do hand it to New Orleans they did not wilt and were very opportunistic. I don't think they will get the same from the Colts.
In the past 4-5 years. Jimmy would have had his teams ready when playoff time came.
Wade never does.
Dont get too excited because we won a playoff game. We beat a BAD philly team. Thats right, they really sucked this year. Statistically we have a playoff win but this team crumbled when they played a good team, AGAIN.
I agree with this.
I think the Eagles still were a good team, we just matched up with them very well and they were a team that was very 1 dimensional.