Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Bleu Star, Nov 23, 2012.
Id like to have a good team without it.
......its becoming apparent, can have all the CB-power ya' want, with no safety help or coordination its worthless, especially when pass rush is inconsistent
Saftety and OLine offseason... Church will return hopefully, would've been nice to at least see Johnson with some limited game action to evaluate, apparently practice evaluation lacks with coaching staff.
I'd love Coach Payton but I'd love it even more if Mr. Jones sold the team. Not just stepped down from his GM duties but get the hell out of Dallas.
Just click on this link and you tell me??
I am not saying Brees didn´t have the talent but Sean Payton got the most out of it and he could certainly do that with Tony because you can say what you want about Romo but I can´t imagine someone saying he doesn’t have the talent.
At the end of the day we both want the same thing, for the cowboys to be super bowl contenders year in and year out, I believe Sean Peyton would do that with this team, if you don´t, then more power to you.
Honestly I want JG to win out and limp all the way to the SB. Seems legit, right?
Every Cowboy fan would love that obviously, but at the same time “almost” every Cowboy fan would want to be married to Giselle but it aint happening my friend. Cheers.
Well, we'll have a good offense at least.
I agree, both he and Garrett seem to heap praise on the opponent after a loss as though they just played the '85 Bears, '99 Rams or something. As if to say that they are so great that they would've beaten any team today. It's a cop out imo.
1. I think that if JJ's interested in Payton he'll find a way to get the message relayed to him.
2. The Saints are only relevant because of Payton and are winning, the Cowboys aren't winning and still get more exposure than the Saints, Texans, and Saints combined. The coach that bring the championship back to Dallas will be set for life, not just locally (as in New Orleans) but nationally i.e. Jimmy Johnson. His children live in Dallas, that's a reason to leave.
3. I know that this is a tough one to overcome but I think that the coach that comes in has to have skins on the wall to be effective and Payton has them. When JJ wants to make one of his splashy wr or cb drafts or fa signings then Payton could step in and stand firm on a C or G. Why? Because JJ knows if word got out that a coach as accomplished as Payton wanted oline help and he decided to go with a wr, the football world would eat him alive when the oline stinks up the joint.
That's the one that jumped out to me as well. It's almost like Jerry is saying, "If we don't make the playoffs, Garrett is gone."
I'm good with that.
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Jones said he expected to make the playoffs, still does and that's how Garrett will be judged
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Judged by playoffs huh? goodbye garrett. Hello Holmgren?
Yeah, cause if not, the coach killer will have Payton out of here within 2 years.
If Romo is the QB Payton will be scratching his head the same way all the other coaches have when everything starts falling apart.
You do realize it was Payton who found Romo, likes Romo, and wanted Romo in New Orleans before Parcells said no way and he lucked into Drew Brees due to him failing a physical in Miami. The same Romo that QBed a team to beat the 13-0 Saints coached by Payton.
But, don't let the facts hit you on your way out the door of agenda.
So he didn't know what down it was, and instead of just asking called a QB sneak anyway.
Incompetence aside, JG is also full of crap.
Yep. That's pretty much how I read into it too. It's funny how the little things come out in interviews.