I think hiring Mike Lombardi as general manager and allowing him to bring in his own people would be a good start. Go get Jon Gruden and let him bring Lombardi with him. Gruden or Fisher should have been the two top guys to start with. I think Garrett fooled some people with his 5-3 2010 finish. He had to play with Jon Kitna, and he was forced to run the ball consistently in the second half of the season. He was forced to have a screen game, too. That would be a good start for the Cowboys if they want to regain credibility and salvage a demoralized fan base. I was hoping Gruden would be the next coach at Tennessee, and he was very interested in the job three years ago. This guy wants to coach, imo. It was reported that Gruden was watching the Vols play on his flight to Arizona. There is a picture of him on the internet taking notes. Gruden has land in East Tennessee, and his wife is a Tennessee native. Gruden was a graduate assistant at Tennessee back in the mid-1980s. What do you know. Gruden actually had to pay his coaching dues and work his way up the coaching ranks. I liked Gruden and Fisher, but I sure let Garrett fool me with that 5-3 finish. It was nothing but hocus-pocus. I've sure seen enough of Jason Garrett's inconsistent, erratic coaching. If things stay the way they are, I'm not going to worry about it. The results will eventually be too much for Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett to overcome. The team is headed for 8-8 and quite possibly worse. Why will things be different under Garrett next year?