So many questions come to mind when I look at the way Jerry has handled the offensive coaching staff this offseason. The way I see it, there's two scenarios that come to mind: We hire a new Offensive Coordinator/Play Caller Although this seems like it should be our top priority, it seems least likely to happen now. Why? Well, we've already announced that Wade Wilson is back. Jimmy Robinson appears to be coming back. Bill Callahan does as well, at least as offensive line coach. Houston Nutt was hired by Jerry to coach RB's. So what offensive coordinator is going to really want to come in here and coach a staff that he had no hand in putting together? And butt heads with a head coach who really thinks he should be the one calling the plays? "Sure Pete Carmichael Jr., we'd love to have you..just as long as you're OK with inheriting Houston Nutt, Wes Phillips, Bill Callahan, Jimmy Robinson and maaaaybe John Garrett." Jason Garrett/Bill Callahan remains as play caller Under this scenario, you run into the same problems. Nutt is clearly a Jerry hire. No way in hell Garrett would even sniff a dork like Houston Nutt if he had full control of his staff. So you've either got Jason continuing to call plays in a situation where there's clearly a lack of confidence in his ability to do so. Or you have Callahan being promoted to call plays in a situation where his head coach clearly thinks he himself should be doing it. What conflicts will that create? Does Callahan have to run Garrett's offense or does he call his own? Does Garrett get veto power on all of Callahan's play calls? This whole thing is a mess. I feel for Garrett. I DO believe he needs to be replaced as OC/Play caller, but it needs to be something he realizes is best for the team. Ultimately, he's HC and as long as he's HC he should decide how his team is coached. If you don't like the way he's doing it, FIRE HIM.