Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by lqmac1, Oct 5, 2014.
I saw this but forgot how to post tweets (again), lol.
While I do not see anything awe inspiring from Garrett, this may be a Landry re-up move by Jones.
But there is no way in Hell I think Garrett could carry Landry's Fedora.
Lol, A five year what?
I'm not opposed . I like the direction we're heading with minimal talent in several areas . Once we build that defensive front watch out.
Really hoping it is later in the season to see how it plays out.
I dont hate the direction we are heading in, but there is no advantage to extending him before the offseason.
Agreed, it is WAY too soon. Jerry should at least wait until we lock up a playoff spot.
Wow - five years. That could quite possibly push some in here over the edge.
It can take away a possible distraction. He can coach more relaxed.
Lol sorry just found that funny
I dont buy into this notion personally. They all know if he wins he will get a deal.
I'm a funny guy. No need to be sorry about laughing at my hilarity unintentional or not.
Don't like doing it so early. What do we lose by having him play the season out?
I have no problem with this. Our 8-8 years have been rebuilding years and it's obvious with all the change that's gone on.
Most teams wouldn't win 4 games when they're in rebuild mode. Garrett is consistently putting a playoff hunt team out on the field and is steadily improving our roster.
Dare I say, it's a process?
Ill extend him if we beat seattle next week.
This isn't like signing a player too early. The coaches salary doesn't count towards the salary cap. It can take away from any distractions, but it still doesn't prevent Jerry from firing Garrett if he wants.
I hope not. This team still does not know how to put away games and that starts with him.
Let the season finish out before you decide what to do with him. Remember, we were in a great position in 2011 and 2013 and failed.
Well, that ruined any happiness at our start.