Discussion in 'Drama Zone' started by theebs, Jan 22, 2014.
I mean...we all knew this right?
Yep, that is what he said today, bill taught them and made them tough, wade came in and let guys do what they want. Said then he realized what it was bill taught them.
And it's not a coincidence three are of our best players are still bill guys. Romo,witten and ware.
I guess the only question was how much do the players know it... But they know better than anyone. I've heard Greg Ellis say the same thing on the Fan.
Rob Ryan talk coming up.
Vontaze Burfict is a thug? Richard Sherman is a thug? HAHAHA....you don't know the meaning of that word man.
So did bradie, so did brad Johnson, so did Keyshawn, so did parcells. And on and on...
Everybody knows it. It's why they can't get over a hump.
So he said both Bill was tough and good and Wade was a grandpa type and could win with veterans.. Can Spears enlighten us on the young guys that Wade had, considering he pretty much played veterans even in his last year?
Anything on the clown Garrett and why he sucks so bad?
Nope. Said he played for three great coaches.
He did say Garrett is not in charge and that Garrett didn't deserve credit for the turnaround in 2010.
Yep. None of this is new.
But it's still depressing to get confirmation from a guy who was there and knowing things will never change until Jerry is 6 feet under.
So who did he credit with the turnaround?
He said Stephen and Jerry jr were great football guys.
Interesting to hear why he thinks that.
The veteran players in the locker from who lost confidence earlier in the year.
I would like something more tangible and detailed than the "Jerry doesn't allow the coaches to do their job" generalization, whatever that really means.
As he mentioned, he didn't like Parcells. Mainly due to be young and immature.
Anything on Romo in particular? I'm trying to wonder that if it is so bad, why do want to stick around and then only enlighten us when they are done? I mean players like Ware and Romo are always extending during the season... Ratliff did when he was a monster.
He didn't really talk much about it because he'd already hurt his calf and I guess was out when all that happened.
BTW, if Norm were in court he'd be stopped for leading the witness about 100 times.
Spears says he loved Ryan as did all the defensive players. Says he thinks Jerry made the hire.
Unless you are being sarcastic our team is not run just like every other team in the league. Far from it.
marcus is going for jesse holley's job.
On rob Ryan
Polar opposite of Garrett, Jason is well spoken, stern, guarded, Princeton guy.
Rob was loud and fun, loved playing for him, felt like rob wanted to play, wanted to battle the offensive coordinators and would put up the bio's.
Doesn't know who fired him. Thinks it was collective.
Thinks Garrett didn't hire rob Ryan, thinks Jerry hired rob Ryan.
Injuries hurt this years team, they drafted for 34 and then payed a 43 and losing lee hurt bad.
Jason hatcher is a 43 end or tackle. Stuck playing in the 34.
Okay, with all this 34/43 stuff I think he's stealthily defending his lack of production here. We all get that DEs in a 34 aren't going to put up big numbers, etc. Tell us about the inner workings of Valley Ranch -- that's what no one talks enough about.