Do you guys really think a new coaching staff is going to fix everything within one offseason?

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by AmariChill, Dec 11, 2019.

  1. kwcool619

    kwcool619 Well-Known Member

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    If Jerry ever gets out of the way, I feel it will take two years to return to championship form. Got to undo the Garrett philosophy of 1990's Football. The coaches and the future roster has to develop a winning mentality. They need to learn (or re-learn) mental toughness, discipline, responsibility, intensity, the fundamentals and the concept of being a team. Let's not forget learning how to tackle, playing with purpose, paying attention to detail, and developing a knockout to an opposing team.

    I went through the 1-15 season. It took two more years to get to the Super Bowl. I am willing to go through a rebuilding again as long as progress is being made to win Super Bowls.
     
  2. plasticman

    plasticman Well-Known Member

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    Back in the 70's I used to laugh at the teams that "ushered in a new era" every 3-5 seasons.
     
  3. Chrispierce

    Chrispierce Benched

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    Nope...but it beats this loser season. That HC must draft better than Garrett’s staff,which means a firmer voice with FO on that. You can’t do squat drafting a bunch of nothing like they did. What utter morons....how did they expect to wIn on a one player draft? Pollard only guy to help from that draft. That’s horrible drafting,kill any team doing that. You need those guys to perform ASAP. Not...”ohh they’ll be good in 3yrs and you shouldn’t judge a draft etc” No,that’s what excuse makers do for crappy drafting. This is realty...other teams didn’t draft like garbage and passed us by. SF ringing any bells? Here comes the Rams again too...GB,NO,etc...it’s getting old watching other teams jump gears because we got idiots backing Hill and Taco bean selections.
     
  4. Mr_C

    Mr_C Carharris2

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    Yes. I do agree with that and have conceded that point to @Idgit in the past. We didn’t suck while we were rebuilding either. Romo being the most underrated of all time could’ve been the reason for most of that.

    Garrett just couldn’t get to that next level.
     
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  5. DallasDW00ds0n

    DallasDW00ds0n Well-Known Member

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    2014
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    2018

    we literally went year to year to year, good, bad, good, bad....

    so Yes, it can happen.
     
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  6. iceberg

    iceberg rock music matters Zone Supporter

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    considering my only goal is for clappy to go, there will be zero disappointment from me anyway.

    what we have now simply isn't working. i don't think anyone is expecting any coach to come in and simply start winning and all problems solved. esp when most realize jones loves to get in his own way more often than not. i do think we have a good core that is capable of doing more than we are doing today. if we can achieve that then i would call it a success and we'll go from there.
     
  7. phildadon86

    phildadon86 Well-Known Member

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    Dave campo is known for telling the players to look for the player and not the ball. When that’s coached into you. I don’t need to explain. Go look at urban Ohio tape. Or Florida. Ints and takeaways will happen. Frederick doesn’t need the clock turned back. He is coming back from a serious illness. Another lineman had the same thing and it took him a year to get back to his old self. Martin has been dealing with back issues this season and has given up on this staff and who can blame him? We don’t need an x. We need a coaching staff that coaches and game plans to our players strengths that isn’t hamstrung by strategies that works in the 1990s.

    The right head coach and this team is A perennial playoff contender. And going for a Super Bowl in year 1 or 2 under the new regime. If the right coach is brought in.
     
  8. aria

    aria Well-Known Member

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    Upgrade in coaching for sure but I still think people highly over value the “talent” on this team. Funny how every week there are several threads criticizing different players for “talent” related issues, not coaching, yet I also see several comments about how much “talent” this team has.

    What I see is a somewhat poorly coached team with an over rated roster but the coaching gives people an excuse for the players and therefore misguided hope that with a new coach all of the sudden this hidden “talent” will magically appear :rolleyes:
     
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  9. Diehardblues

    Diehardblues Well-Known Member

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    Yep

    And that’s assuming we were good enough and or better than our opponent to reach the next level.
     
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  10. eromeopolk

    eromeopolk Well-Known Member

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    It work for Bill Parcells in 2003, and Jimmy Johnson in 1990 who was one injury to Aikman from a 1-15 to the playoffs turnaround.

    Change is good. I believe in Urban Renewal of the Dallas Cowboys.
     
  11. Direwolf63

    Direwolf63 RXP

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    It is possible.

    Sean McVey did it.
     
  12. phildadon86

    phildadon86 Well-Known Member

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    I think the biggest question I am curious about is. What ever would you post about if the new coach came in and did fix everything and we were a contender? Just curious.
     
  13. AmariChill

    AmariChill Well-Known Member

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    I would post the complimentary "We are Superbowl bound" threads.
     
  14. phildadon86

    phildadon86 Well-Known Member

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    Awesome to hear. lol. :)
     
  15. Fire407

    Fire407 Well-Known Member

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    Yes. A good coach could have us in the Super Bowl next year with the talent that we have.
     
  16. Number1

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    dude, our DBs have bad hands, of course they are coached to play the man as they are often in "man" coverage, that has nothing to do with getting your head around and making a play on the ball.

    "Frederick doesn’t need the clock turned back. He is coming back from a serious illness. Another lineman had the same thing and it took him a year to get back to his old self. Martin has been dealing with back issues this season and has given up on this staff and who can blame him?"

    First off, NFL stands for not for long ... most careers are cut short by physical issues.

    do you imagine coaching can heal damaged cells?

    Look - if either of them can't dominate or If they have mental quit for any reason, move on

    Football is about toughness and execution - it's supposed to be hard.

    I noticed you didn't bother to defend Conner ... personally, I can't blame that on Colombo, Moore, or Garrett - not considering the way this FO does things.

    "We don’t need an x."

    LOL ... you do in a timing system to sustain drives and kick *** in the red zone.

    "hamstrung by strategies that works in the 1990s."

    for all intents and purposes there just 2 base Os (timing and WCO) and 2 base Ds (4-3 and 3-4) that have been in place since the mid 60s, designed by geniuses like Brown, Gilman, and Landry. All have incredible variation built in.

    For example, at the LOS with just 3 targets, X, Y, and Z / TE the QB can audible to 729 combinations via a 9 pattern route tree, add a 4th target and that scales to 6,500+ options. Throw in protections and formations and you're limited only by creativity.

    also it's rather silly to talk about "hamstrung" by what worked in the '90s ...
    when's the last time you saw this team run a lead draw or middle screen?
    which I wish they would once in a while

    you seem like someone who thinks R/P options were invented last year and actually believed the likes of Pedersen and McVay had some new version of the game. Those types pop up in the NFL ... hot then done ... note with roughly equal talent these once hot new coaching stars with recent SB teams are even less competitive than this disappointing Cowboys team. So much for the great man theory.

    "the right head coach and this team is A perennial playoff contender. And going for a Super Bowl in year 1 or 2 under the new regime. If the right coach is brought in."

    and what makes you think JJ is capable of - or willing to hire your dream coach?

    all roads lead back to JJ and wishing ... is wishing

    frankly, I'd rather they let Rod go and put Kellen and Kris in the booth,
    I don't believe they are seeing the field well, IMO that's where play callers belong
    but I don't think they are listening

    also in JG's defense (btw, I never wanted him hired)
    JJ forced both Rod and Scott on JG, (I never wanted them hired either)
    when they got rid of Scott and inject JG's personally groomed new OC ... #1 offense
    lose Rod and we actually might get a top defense - with real DTs added :) talent matters


    Garrett might be the problem - but JJ definitely is the bigger problem
     

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