The past two regimes of coaching for the Cowboys has led me to believe that there is something fundamentally flawed in either our coaching staffs or the General Managment. For example, Henson's change of delivery. Why would the staff tinker with the delivery in the second year? We all have heard how the Texans jumped all over their young frnachise QB and spent the entire offseason fixing his release point by having him throw over coaches standing on ladders. Why didn't our staff see this in Henson? Now the rumblings are that the change in delivery has hampered him somewhat this year. I don't get it? If his delivery was bad, it's bad. Also, how does one not get the "real" goods on a guy who has a history of injury problems dating back to college or high school? Shouldn't the staff have investigators snooping around for stuff like this especially when there is a red flag? They should make talking to teammates a standard procedure around red flagged players. We have a group who is unwilling to put up with "problem" children, but what about our risk taking with players with injury histories. For a team who is trying to dig itself out of a grave why are we swinging for the fences? The coaching staffs have changed quite a bit since Johnson's time, but the only common denominator is Jerry Jones and the NFL itself. Is Jerry such a lousy GM or is everyone including Parcells on the endless windmill to win now? I was under the impression that when BP first came we were going to "rebuild". I see parts of the program coming together nicely, but other parts make me wonder. Specifically QB.