Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by NorthwestDallas40, Jan 20, 2019.
Left unsaid.. . You also think anyone hired from outside would be a puppet of JJ and JG.
Didn’t we here similar stuff about Garrett when we got him as OC as well and we saw how that has turned out thus far.
The dislike for Moore on this board is silly - Moore has been talked about as being an extremely bright person and offensive mind since college. This is nothing new, this started back at Boise St. and many figured he'd eventually become a coach anyways.
Stop thinking because Dak stinks that it's Moore's fault - he doesn't have the magical ability to give Dak a great arm and he can't hold his hand while he's in the pocket. Dak had these problems since college himself, those are things Dak will have to improve himself (outside of the arm), there is only so much a coach can do.
Quit reaching for scapegoats to ignore the obvious. It's embarrassing, lazy, and obvious to all what is going on.
The ultimate back door marketing campaign.
Read a tweet from a former NFL GM I didn't realize but made sense. As he put it when filling an OC job, and there's a top-level guy you want it's best he's able to bring in his own QB coach. Reason being if he moves your offense into let's say top 10, you'll like lose him after a year or two far head coaching opportunity. You can then at least promote his QB coach to offensive coor.
They share similar traits in the fact that they both share human DNA.
That's about as far as the similarities go.
I don't think it's intentional. I think they don't learn from their past mistakes. You'd think after all this mediocrity they would try something different.
Post of the day right here. Hysterical.
Hubris has brought down nations. It can easily destroy a once proud football franchise. Already has.
Good question. Maybe they'll keep him around in case we pick up a lefty QB.
But the premise of intentionally failing for the express purpose of failing again the following year would make no sense, even to the most foolish of people.
Regardless of Moore's potential, this is probably the over-riding issue... The puppet of a puppet?
I never wanted him as a QB coach or any coach until he does at least college coaching. This would be a real puppet vacant OC position move.
LOL! That's how you're feelin' Bleu?
A young Landry.... a really young Landry before he had cut his teeth coaching.
Bleu--- how did you get a camera into my frontroom and film me after hearing news Moore might be OC?
Well, considering most of this board seems to think no viable outside candidate would work for Jerry, and put up with his "meddling" (though the hiring of Richard last year would seem to fly in the face of that belief), that leaves only people who don't have many other options but to take what they can get within the organization.
Regardless, Moore may well be an excellent choice. We've all heard for years how football intelligent he is, and since few successful coaches were successful players, there's no reason to believe he isn't qualified for the job. He knows the organization, and he's seen it from the bottom up, so he probably has a better feel for what needs to be done than anyone else could.
A) he’s young
Question: Hawkeye, why wouldn't said OC who leaves due to getting a HC job, not take his hand picked QB coach with him to become his OC at the new job?
Not coming for you at all my friend, just asking. Keep seeing this floated around and the logic doesn't add up to me.