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If I were coaching Dak

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Pokes12, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. Pokes12

    Pokes12 Well-Known Member

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    Dak is an athletic quarterback with perhaps greater athleticism than Tony Romo. But Tony was a wizard at avoiding rushing linemen. His spin move was patented and got him out of so many near sacks. If I were coaching Dak I would make him learn that move and use it just like Tony did.
     
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  2. Batman1980

    Batman1980 Well-Known Member

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    We've seen him use it but I'm guessing it's an instinctual thing. Dak just needs to get better at feeling pass rushers and I don't think that's something that can be taught.
     
  3. CowboyRoy

    CowboyRoy Well-Known Member

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    That would be great, but its a different team. We dont need Houdini out there anymore. We need a great leader/bus driver that makes the right play and runs the offense. Hands off the Zeke, makes the plays that are there. His 12 yard run for a first down last night is something Romo doesnt do. Dak keeps the chains moving and makes the conservative, right play. This is what we need at the moment. Dont need a gunslinger.
     
  4. CowboyRoy

    CowboyRoy Well-Known Member

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    If the play isnt there, throw it away. We dont need some guy back there running around, getting killed, fumbling, taking a 15 yard sack, or throwing a pick. Dak is doing just fine.
     
  5. glimmerman

    glimmerman Well-Known Member

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    I would have paid Romo redonkulous money to be his QB coach and eventually let Romo be OC.
     
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  6. CowboyRoy

    CowboyRoy Well-Known Member

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    Lee DC or head coach. Witten as HC. Romo as OC or QB coach.

    ABG
     
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  7. Batman1980

    Batman1980 Well-Known Member

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    Who says Romo wasn't coaching him up in 2016?
     
  8. cowboyschmps3

    cowboyschmps3 Well-Known Member

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    You mean Head Coach!
     
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  9. jwitten82

    jwitten82 Well-Known Member

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    Yea and lets teach Zeke how to avoid tacklers like Barry Sanders did
     
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  10. glimmerman

    glimmerman Well-Known Member

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    He absolutely was. Dak said it himself, that while Romo was injured that he was in the coaches meetings with him and drawing up plays for him. His rookie season wasn’t just him going out there and winging it. That’s why he would be a very high paid QB coach for him. It’s a Offense built for years around Romo. Whom else to help him.
     
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  11. glimmerman

    glimmerman Well-Known Member

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    Start him to help QB-OC. Then kick the clapper to the curb. Lol
     
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  12. Batman1980

    Batman1980 Well-Known Member

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    I'll definitely help with the kicking, I'll even use one of his patented butt slaps first to make him think I mean well.
     
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  13. TexasBoys2288

    TexasBoys2288 Well-Known Member

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    Romo was a master at spinning out and buying time. Also, Romo had the defenses read and knew exactly where he wanted to pass the ball off, so if he had to spin around and run across the field he still knew who would be open.

    I think Dak is more athletic and chooses to run with it at this point. As time goes by I think he will develop the evade and pass option.
     
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  14. Bob-Lillys-War

    Bob-Lillys-War Well-Known Member

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    Kellen Moore was a terrible QB;

    I don't know how good a QB coach he is.
     
  15. Batman1980

    Batman1980 Well-Known Member

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    You can be a terrible QB and still be a good QB coach.
     
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  16. Bob-Lillys-War

    Bob-Lillys-War Well-Known Member

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    yep;

    Although Garret was a terrible QB and is an average (at best) HC.
     
  17. Batman1980

    Batman1980 Well-Known Member

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    Garrett was a mediocre QB and never put in the necessary work to have the tools necessary to be a good HC in the NFL.
     
  18. jazzcat22

    jazzcat22 Well-Known Member

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    How about all those times Barry got tackled for losses?
     
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  19. TexasBoys2288

    TexasBoys2288 Well-Known Member

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    Garrett was a better QB that he is a coach. Look at him on the sidelines, he thinks he still plays. He should be evaluating the next move and not running up and down the sidelines slapping players behinds, smiling like he just won the superbowl.
     
  20. glimmerman

    glimmerman Well-Known Member

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    8 years of on the job training. And nothing. At least he don’t ice his own kicker.
     
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