Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by CowboyMcCoy, Oct 27, 2013.
I've been saying this for, what? Three years now....
This is the number one reason why Im so sick of Garrett's offense. Yes it still his offense because were using his playbook and his philosophy. Using plays to get Romo out of the pocket like play action should be integrated into this offense. Not no drop back and pass through shotgun. Garrett has ruined Romo with this philosophy.
Personally, I liked Detroit's last play. I was thinking they would fake spike the ball. But then they got really close to the goal line and Stafford was just like, screw it, I'm going in....
I'm almost certain you are correct, too.
If it only comes down to players executing, why do we even need expensive coaches? If HC has no influence on outcome of the game, and it's all on the players only, why do teams pay big money for people like Belichick?
Just hire Campo.
Agree....................one of the worst choke jobs by a coach I have ever seen....................how many records are we going to set for new ways to lose the NFL has never seen before with Opie at the helm?
Each week we set a new record for futility..........number of losses when leading by double digits in the 4th.........first team to lose at home when scoring over 45 pts..........only 2nd team in NFL history to lose a game when +4 on the TO ratio.....ect.......
I could go on and on and on and on, but we all get the point. Its like Opie is trying to invent new ways to lose each and every week..................what a joke of a coach, will go down in history on par with Campo. Funny thing is even Campo didnt blow games like this, he just didnt have the talent to win.
Amazing how he keeps blowing games season after season after season....................you would think he would learn by now.
missin u sean payton
Enough for Opie to blow at least 2 or 3 more himself before we end the season at .500 again..................at even that is starting to look shaky.
Garrett just doesn't know how to win during crunch time. I think he panics and goes into a tailspin not knowing what to do. Garrett has lost money games for us because of many reasons, not only bad clock management. Remember him icing the kicker? How bout the miraculous come from behind win by Detroit many years ago when we were up 27 to 3? There are many other instances, too numerous to list down. His inexperience is killing this franchise.
So who's next? Who should the next coach be? I really hate to be in this position again but I'm now in total 'who's next' mode.
Is that you Mrs. Garrett?
Only a mother would defend a choke job as bad as what Garrett did today............................LOL
I totally forgot about the icing the kicker game................................dude has choked so many games away they are too many to even remember at this point......................I think I would rather have Campo or even Wade back at this point, seriously.
This is the thinking that needs to be avoided. Garrett needs to go but we've had worse head coaches and, more importantly, most head coaches aren't successful.
Good head coaches don't grow on trees. Jason Garrett is pretty clearly one of the 7 billion plus people on this planet who wouldn't make a good head coach in the NFL.
Because our fan base isn't that bright?
If Wade wasn't hamstrung by this clown, this team would at least make the playoffs on the regular...
And this PROCESS..
Exactly how long does this take.?
I'm not going to get into the end of the game coaching, but I will talk about how a Garrett coached team is never prepared to play a full game. Early on cost us this game. The lions were begging us to kick the snot out of them by handing us the ball every chance they got. The defense held up as long as they could, the offense didn't come to play. Ony a couple of times during the season do we get off to a fast start offensively.
Wow, that resume does not look too strong for a man that might be looking for a head coaching job in about 3 months, and something tells me he is not done etching his name in these unenviable record books. Heck, not even as an offensive coordinator.