Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by GiveDezdaBall88, Oct 10, 2012.
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Yeah, sign him up as GM Jerry!
Let's trade most of our picks for Roy Williams!!!!
Nah, Joey Galloway
Would you include Queen Latifah in that list of anybody too.. or do you think he might have just been implying "anybody (who plays the position)" instead?
Callahan has a plan.
Anybody on God's green earth...is anybody....
Even a Monkey
Not sure if that was Callahan's call or not but you do have to give him credit as being one of the most respected OL coaches in the business.
Remember when Ron Leary was going to be a factor in the OL this year?
But yes Queen Latifah would be perfect!
Somehow it's been three years and Romo and Dez still are not on the same page.
Replacing one of the most respected OL coaches in the business.
Not an upgrade. Does nothing to fix the situation. That was my point.
I am still hoping, but people here in Panther Country were absolutely shocked that Dallas signed him to be a starter and I am thus far agreeing with them. Dude currently looks like he would be a good gameday back-up, but not a long term solution.
I am holding out some hope that his injuries from the offseason have just kept him held back and he will end up a better player coming out of the bye week.
Is JG actually coaching or just playing the Sergeant on the show Homeland?
I think he's playing the Sergeant
i would take big ugly over macky b.
Fair enough.. though a slight upgrade, imo.
For the record, I was not thrilled with this move but I'm willing to give the guy a chance to prove himself. He has not had a lot of time to prep for the season but he's healthy now so there is no excuse for a lack of improvement.
Also, he's really had to face some tough assignments -- he got destroyed by McCoy in TB -- that kid was the 3rd overall pick in the 2010 draft. Melton from Chicago is a budding star who likely sees a giant contract for 2013.
None of this means that Mack doesn't suck -- but he's not exactly been in an ideal situation physically or matchup wise
I agree. Houck did a fine job coaching Tyron and it proved a point to me. A coach is only as good as the talent that he has to work with. It is notvasvsimple as getting a big guy and coaching him up as some posters think. The sad thing about this line situation is that the team and fans will forget about how bad they are when draft time rolls around. You will hear the same comments about linemen not being worth early picks and you can always get good linemen in the late rounds. I don't care who the coach is if some quality linemen are not drafted they will fail.
Excellent point! This is why I was hoping the Cowboys would have drafted a stud guard in April rather than try their luck with a retread.
This week it's Livings' turn to prove his worth going up against Halitosis Ngata.