Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by darthseinfeld, Sep 27, 2021.
Really? Didn't he just get canned? Can we enjoy a game, even the season without this stuff?
NFL owners like to recycle
We’ve got some new blood the last few years but still a lot of recycled coaches like McCarthy
He will get another shot most likely but I don’t think it will be next year
I would not expect Quinn to be leaving. For argument sake I would say George Edwards would be the likely candidate
other NFL teams may see it differently.
they may see he has skin on the wall, ability to "improve the culture " as you term it.
and they could see it as a coach that can scheme and place players in a position to exceed.
You cannot have success on just talent alone. it has to be directed, has to be coached up
and there has to be a motivating trust.
I think he’s a huge part of a culture change here
And teams will see that too
I just don’t think one year removed from a lack luster HC job is gonna get him another one
But we will see
More and more teams are looking outside of the same guys over and over, plus some teams want an offensive minded coach
I think that and the number of HC still really new in their contracts keeps him from getting a job next year as HC
One year success from a HC ( who again does have credential skins on the wall resume and is charismatic at that) is enuff to put him right back there in the HC hunt with other NFL teams, imo.
Just as some teams will want offensive minds, some are gonna want a defensive mind too.
ala Ron Rivera ..Sean McDermott, ... Brian Flores .. Brandon Staley.. Vic Fangio ..Mike Vrabel. etc.
It's about the interviews that sells a leader of men, charismatic, one that they think will bring a culture as well as a plan
What we Cowboys have to do is prepare to successfully replace him should he depart.
And it does make a huge difference, else replacement could be Mike Nolan 2.0
I think he will get offers just not next year
I think Moore is more likely to get offers than Quinn this off season
But we will see
we can't keep both as HC.
If both get HC offers,.. and you decide to make one of them Cowboys HC ?
Which one would you choose ?
Coach Quinn learned a bit coaching Atlanta and I believe it made him a even better DC.
I'm not sure why we would lose DQ mid-season but Joe Whitt Jr is the real deal.
As HC I don’t know
Moore has really grown as an OC and has really became very creative
Quinn I think probably demands more respect from the players which to me is very important
If I had to pick one as HC it would probably be Quinn but I hope we don’t have to pick one
As much as I hate some things about MM I like the idea of the two coordinators both being here
Quinn isn't going anywhere unless Dallas steamrolled the rest of the way onto a NFCC or SB.
Flavors of the month come from that kind of "success". I will worry about losing a coach once we reach that echelon.
$ and $$ and then there's $$$. Belichick wasn't a great HC in CLE. The NFL recycles coaches.
I think the purpose of this thread is that you cannot keep it intact and if this keeps going, both could be HC's elsewhere. I started another thread on this topic about keeping Quinn and even firing McC if it means keeping Quinn.
However, that was meant more for a team that operates differently than this one does. The GM on other teams doesn't worry about being comfortable with the HC as much as he does what the man achieves. They couldn't put Harbaugh and the GM in a room together and he took them to the SB. Parcells would barely speak to George Young.
People need to relax on the phrase of the month "horrible clock management."
We just destroyed a division team by 3 scores and had over 10 minutes more TOP.
We played a really good game
But there are things the team need to look at and get better at. That’s how you keep getting better
Same with the HC
He lacks good clock management skills and he has his whole career as a HC
That doesn’t mean he can’t be a good HC but it would be wise of him to get input from his staff on clock management
Season not over yet and maybe he wants to stay in Dallas as DC.
I understand all of that football 101 you're explaining. But you cannot lack clock management skills and win games or be a good HC.
If you want to say he made a mistake or things could have been better, sure. But that's the entire NFL. We dominated Philly and had 10 more minutes of TOP.
Chicago? That would be interesting
Chicago is a burial ground for offensive coaches