To me, there is no comparison between Tom Landry and the other two, but a lot can be said for Jimmuh's tenure. I was reading the thread about Parcell's having to produce this year and thought I would seek opinions on the three HOF coaches in Cowboy history (I know JJ isn't ther yet, but he will/should be!) Ranked based on my observations and opinion while watching the Boys for the past 45 years. Offense Jimmuh Landry Parcells Defense Landry Jimmuh Parcells Leadership Landry Jimmuh Parcells Handling Media Parcells Landry Jimmuh Motivating Players Landry Jimmuh Parcells Developing players Jimmuh (by a hair) Landry Parcells Developing assistant coaches Landry Parcells Jimmuh Innovation Landry Jimmuh Parcells Scouting Jimmuh (again, barely) Landry Parcells Intangibles Landry Jimmuh Parcells I think without a doubt, Tom Landry will be the epitome of a coach for any true Boys fan. Jimmuh was here for a short time and won two (actually three) superbowls, but he had some real luck with the Walker trade. Parcells has not proven himself to be in the same ball park since his return to coaching, but has the opportunity to prove something this year. I think that either Landry or Jimmuh could go deep into the playoffs with the team the Boys have this year. What Parcells does with this same team will determine if he can be included with the two great coaches from the past.