Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by sureletsrace, Jan 9, 2013.
Thank you for the info, though I hope the source is wrong about the Team wanting Sparano as OC.
No ties in particular with Garrett, but he is from East Texas and has mentioned more than once that the Cowboys have always been his favorite team...
Yes, her name is Lois. The dad's name is Peter Griffin, though like most sitcoms based on families, who the main character is kind of rotates from episode to episode.
There's an alcoholic talking dog named Bryan, an evil talking baby named Stewie who tries to kill his mom, plus he's hinted as having a homosexual crush on the dog...
Doesn't sound like stuff I'd enjoy.
I don't blame ya, it's really a stupid show.
Kinda way off the original post guys ....back between the white lines.
Oh man no way I want Sparano here, I would rather have Callahan than him, Callahan made some progress with the line.
Sparano was awful as a HC and the Jets were bad but he really helped that get worse.
K. Moving on...
None of the stray stuff got personal. It was all joking around. Unless I missed some scuds.
I don't want Sparano back, and doubt he'd be back. Norv I'd buy, even though I'm not convinced he's coming.
I think the only way Lovie comes here is if JJ promised him the HC job if JG doesn't show him something next season. Like I read somewhere else, usually the last guy to get fired is the one doing all the firing.
this i can believe
And you know what? I really wouldn't have any issue with a promise like that.
I think it would be unlikely if he did get a HC position. No one prefers defensive minded head coaches, much less retread defensive minded head coaches who consistently put miserable, boring offenses on the field and have only taken their teams to the playoffs once in the last 5 seasons.
Retread coaches that are in high demand get snapped up quickly (Andy Reid). If any team felt Lovie was the guy, they would have snapped him up by now. It's not like he's some unproven commodity that requires a lot of background checking.
The messes in NY and Miami were hardly Sparano's fault.