I honestly have no idea what his role will actually be, but Actuaries deal with risk management. My guess, or maybe just my hope, is that he'll be a better voice in the room when it's time to decide salaries, who to pay, etc.Well the Colts were not exactly world beaters were they?
People blather over analytics right and left, but really are they all that?
Or is it that numbers impress some people?
Personally, I doubt they make all that much difference.
Bottom line is having a front office that knows how to find good players and coaches. That is what wins games, not rows and rows of numbers.
would you... I know it's hard for some of you to forget this is not a small family mom and pop run business because it's run by a family this is a $10 billion corporation that doesn't need help from lowly fans on forums and social media on who to hire and fire I bet it might be a shock to you how many people the Dallas Cowboys actually employ this is things you get to see and read because they allow it and yet somehow the mocking comes from the minions from way way way down on the Internet... It's comical in here with the way you judge an organization on who they feel like hiring or letting go...I would love to read that job description.