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News: Jerry Jones intrigued by Lincoln Riley?

Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Big_D, Oct 16, 2019.

  1. Syron

    Syron Active Member

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    Definitely a risk. I grant you that.

    My main reason for wanting him is actually what he has done with the QB position. I would say, Franchise Dak. Bring in Lincoln and see how it plays out. If it doesn't work, we cut our loses and start over. I would rather take the big gamble here then bring in some nfl re-tread and commit to another 5 years of this. But just my 2 cents.
  2. 14theuterthumb

    14theuterthumb New Member

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    Sadly, I would pick The Clapper being released. I don’t understand why more people don’t bring up all of the presnap stuff. Lack of execution, GreenBay, I tell my wife ALL THEY HAVE TO DO IS PLAY 1:42 OF CLEAN FOOTBALL and they win. I’m thinking if it’s Jimmy or Parcells it probably happens more than not. Not with the clapper, this team ALWAYS spits the bit.
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  3. darthseinfeld

    darthseinfeld Drunk on Dalton Juice

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    The info is sourced from CBS, and really thats the only part that matters. And the sourced info does claim that his is interested
  4. ConstantReboot

    ConstantReboot Well-Known Member

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    Well the last time two times Jerry hired a college coach those teams went to the Superbowl. As for the value of Garrett he is still coach in "training" as per what Jerry said. So you can throw that bathtub and the baby with it out the window with your argument that Booger even listens to Garrett. I bet that Garrett is nothing more than a "yes" man who just takes orders from Jerry and doesn't really have much say in terms of who really runs the team. So yes, I don't appreciate Garrett much. He is nothing more than Jerry's lap dog.

    The only reason why he hasn't been fired is probably Jerry is still wanting him to see him succeed. His ego of proving himself right about Garrett is worth more to him even if the entire team is stuck in mediocrity for another 10 years. Our team is cursed.
  5. Bullflop

    Bullflop Well-Known Member

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    I think if the team continues to falter and the Dallas media and fans continue to raise holy hell about their problems, Jerry could be tempted to make a change in his coaching staff. It's not altogether out of the realm of possibility that such a scenario might occur, by the looks of things. The remainder of the Cowboys' schedule gives a good indication of being one that might easily challenge them profoundly.
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