Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by john van brocklin, Dec 1, 2019.
Hey KJJ, a fellow can dream can't he ?
It is an reason but Jerry would never give up the control. Bill wants an owner that sits in the box and writes checks. He won't want the hassle of the cowboys.
That would be awesome.. wishful thinking.
There’s a lot of dreamers here but that’s one heck of a dream. lol
Yep, that reply is likely to happen.
Could be wishful, but a possibility none the less....
Wasn't He at the table that time Jerry got snubbed by Jimmy at the Table, which lead to Jerry saying those fateful words that lead to the end of the Jimmy Johnson era?
Belichick is not coming to Dallas but if you want to work an angle that he might I’d say Jerry still owes Kraft an **.
Might as well dream big, but hey Jerry is the crusher of dreams...
Bob Kraft is worth $7 billion and has never been shy on spending it on the Pats, and doing so without inserting himself into the scouting process like Jerry. Whatever reason Belichick would have to leave, it's not financial.
“Jerry remembers that story a little different than I do, but I did see him after the kids had ski lessons at (names resort)” - Bill Belichick
Don't know that answer, but would be interested if he was....
you'll see Cooper in New England before Bill in Dallas. There is no rebuild in NE. They have a top 3 D and are arguably 1 legit receiver away on the O. No cap problems. With the way the Dis playing all they need is a game manager like Brady was the 1st 3 SB wins.
I agree the past 25 years have been mostly about Jerry's ego. But I don't think bringing in a coach like Belechek is analogous to Jimmy. I love Jimmy Johnson, but the man is an egomaniac and he was socially very rude to Jerry. He looked at Jerry as a football buffoon and treated him accordingly. BUT, though Jimmy came up with the Walker trade and worked out all the details, it was Jerry who talked Walker into accepting the trade and paid him 1 million dollars thus making it possible. Without Jerry coming to the rescue, that trade never happens. Jerry also brought in Charles Haley and sold him on Dallas. So, Jerry had a right to think he deserved some credit AND more respect from the men he paid. We all know the story.
Well, its 25 years later and here comes Bill Belechek.............a man with nothing to prove and half Jimmy's ego. I don't think there would be any kind of battle for credit, b/c Belechek doesn't require it. Its a completely different dynamic.
Good point, thanks for a rational answer, you are in the minority.
Yep Jerry and Jimmy needed each other, neither has fared well since the split , what a shame ...
I'll give you that, a good point, but I still think the perception would be too much for Jerry's ego. He didn't stick with Garett this long because of the brilliant coaching and playoff wins that have happened here for the last 10 years.
I picked the wrong weekend to stop METH.