Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by RealCowboyfan, Jun 3, 2006.
I believe he will let's hear the fans thoughts...:starspin
This is a very original idea.
How many of these have we had?
How many of them do we need?
Maybe the forum/the powers that be need(s) to adopt the Bill Parcells tactic.
"I aint talkin no mo bout TO!"
He has been "working out" for two days.
He's comunicating with Drew Bledsoe, their relationship as a Quarterback and Wide Receiver increase everyday, for example Drew Bledsoe and Terry Glenn, Drew Bledsoe had a understanding on how Terry Glenn played that's why Terry was getting the ball most of the time, and with T.O. getting a better understanding of all of the Quarterback Bledsoe, Romo, and Henson will shorty adjust to T.O. from the timing of the routes in our type of offense.
Timing Routes Offense- More of a offense that fits Bledsoe style of play, more of a pocket presence, more deep out routes, and it's more of a three wide receiver type offense (passing plays)-(Todd Haley= is the passing plays offensive cordinator.
Julius Jones will receive less attention and suppose to have more run support, now with the new two tight end, one running back, two wide receivers, this allows Jason Witten to chip Defensive Ends, Anthony Fasano to block for Julius Jones, and this is the running style of offense we're using this year.
Running Style Offense-A offense that could benefit all of the Cowboys running backs in different ways. Julius Jones could benefit it with the two-tight end plus when you have Terry Glenn, Terrell Owens, and Jason Witten, the other teams will look less on our running game because our passing game is a threat, Marion Barber will benefit in it because he's a all purpose back he's does everything run, block, catch, and sometimes throw, Tyson Thompson will diffently benefit with his speed just running straight line and getting the attention off of Terrell Owens and Terry Glenn <That sets up playactions plays. (Tony Saprano= the running play offensive cordinator)
WISHFUL THINKING >> Hopefully, Drew Bledsoe could get the ball off more quicker this year than he did the last, now with Terrell Owens, a healthy Flozzell, Jason Fabini, a question in Kyle Kosier (someone who's taking over for Larry Allen a Pro Bowl, future Hall of Famer, Marco Rivera who needs to live up to his contract, and hopefully Andre Gurode someone who could beat Al Johnson out of the starting Center position.
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God I will kill myself if I see any more of these threads!!!!
He will last. We will not win a SB. He will not retire a Cowboy.
That's my prediction. Those choices were pretty loaded.
i wish we coulda had one of these polls when he first got here. we were running so low on TO convo then.
He will last one year (win lose or draw), will start causing trouble after that year, cut by the Cowboys.
Now-now-now, no promises you won't keep.
And yet Parcells, that great evaluator of LB talent, along with Ireland & Jerry Jones choose to use our 18th pick to draft Carpenter and believe he will be major contributor (even starter?) this year. We all always knew Parcells was a lousy coach and lousy talent evalutor.
It was probably Belicheck and those other coaches who really drafted those great Giants like Lawrence Taylor, etc & NE's McGinnest, Brushci (sp?), etc and now we Cowboys are stuck with Ware & James & Spears & Canty cause they must also be bad too. Maybe we should trade these last 4 players before rest of NFL finds out they are no good; just like Carpenter isn't going to be any good. Hmm.
On other hand, maybe just maybe Parcells knows more about LBs then the talent evaluator who said Carpenter essentially wasn't that good and wouldn't ever be that good.