Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Redball Express, May 15, 2019.
"Fans that want creativity. If you want the offense to looked like Pat Mahomes and the Chiefs and Goff and Rams, you're going to get that."
Yes, that is EXACTLY what I am looking for. I firmly believe that the player talent IS and HAS BEEN there. And only mediocre, unimaginative, uninspired coaching has held that talent back from being everything they can be.
Get ready to be excited then because Moore is going to change things up a lot, IMO.
Early on, teams won’t know what the hell to expect. It’ll be difficult to defend for the first few teams on the schedule.
Let's hope it's just as difficult for all of 'em!
Between the established talent from that 2016 13-3 season that is still here, and the talent that has been added, I honestly think they can perform among the best offenses in the league.
I think that poor coaching and playcalling has held them back.
With the new offense they’re putting in, the continued maturation of Dak, the addition of Cooper and Gallup (who are both better than any WR on that 2016 team IMO) and the serious depth on the OL... I feel strongly that the offense is going to be a very tricky proposition for defenses to stop. I think the team will be very good offensively.
If the defense continues to grow, teams better look out.
That's where I'm at as well. My one concern is them completely figuring out their head-scratching failures in the red zone.
Lol this is such crap. The kid is Linehans sex slave it is going to look eerily similar. He has only spent 1 year in the NFL away from linehan. I'll wait until I see changes to believe it. Dont drink the kool aid
That’s the spirit!
The real challenge is not just changing plays but how does this guy call a game. Can he set defenses up, call the right plays at the right time? Can he adjust what plays he is calling when things go sideways?
Why should I believe differently? The kid has done nothing playing or coaching to warrant having faith in
I think Moore can bring some fresh ideas to the table. The concern there is if they go too far away from the power run offense that's been established, is that really what's best for this roster? It's what you've been drafting for since Tyron. You don't have Desean Jackson or Robert Woods or Tyreek Hill or Brandon Cooks or a QB with Goff or Mahomes' arm strength. Dak has a fine arm, with a quality well-rounded WR1. Dallas doesn't have Travis Kelce, they don't have Zach Ertz.
But they do have Ezekiel Elliot. As long as he does the fancy pants stuff around the run game and not instead of it, things will work out. But a lot of these genius guys flame out because they inadvertently kill that ball control (not just talking about Chip Kelly)
(yes I am)
Yes, that is EXACTLY what I am looking for. I firmly believe that the player talent IS and HAS BEEN there. And only mediocre, unimaginative, uninspired coaching has held that talent back from being everything they can be.[/QUOTE] Its been said that a team takes on the personality of its head coach. Jason Garnett is a boring, overly conservative, person. And guess what the offense has looked like over these last couple of years.
Boring and Conservative.
Its been said that a team takes on the personality of its head coach. Jason Garnett is a boring, overly conservative, person. And guess what the offense has looked like over these last couple of years.
Boring and Conservative.[/QUOTE]
The defense too
That’s up to you, my man. Some people need to see it first, I get it.
For me, I just find it easy to believe that Moore has a good offensive mind. Too many people from outside the organization have said he is very bright.
Also, it isn’t brain surgery. It isn’t that difficult to switch things up in a playbook.
With everyone and their brother calling for a new offense, there’s no way Moore will keep the status quo.
You act like they have ever cared about what we think about status quo lol
Moore gives us a bit of balance. Garrett and Linehan’s boringness feed of each other to create an unimaginative, predictable offense.
It’s obvious that midway through the season Garrett was told to take more chances, and we started going for it more on 4th down. I think Moore is an extension of that. He’s going to bring a lot of variety, and I suspect Garrett has been instructed to let it happen.
I don’t think they care what fans say or think. I think that they know they need to change. In particular, Jerry and Stephen want a less predictable offense.
Everybody in that organization cares about that.
Did you watch the video in the OP? They talk about the people in the league who say Moore is offensively brilliant.
I think they (the FO) were embarrassed when the Rams announced they figured the Cowboys defense out and knew what plays they were running. Several teams were able to do that with the offense. Hopefully, that's over with!
Way to go out on a limb.
Sometimes you just pick the low hanging fruit.