Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Parcells4Life, Jan 5, 2020.
And if you're an idiot you'll believe that.
Guess he’s been to this circus already and didn’t like the clowns.
What is he supposed to say? Everything is PC and for the media. So he said what he was supposed to
Leaves Dallas for a real football atmosphere. I believe it.
I hope that is true. Because I don't want him back.
Uhhh okay Mort....your source makes Zimmeister come across as a little bit of a fuddy duddy.
I mean, how could he possibly have had enough of Jerry Jones and the way he runs his organization?
No you're supposed to believe that an out of work Mike Zimmer would turn down the head coach position of the Dallas Cowboys.
Some people are dumb enough to do so.
It's hilarious to me that some people can't even process the fact that some people don't like Dallas.
He’s 64 and has a farm he loves in Kentucky. It’s possible he’d n it more enjoyable to retire than deal with this circus if he feels it’s unwinnable.
If I were him, I wouldnt either. The GROZ crowd was relenless, and I still cant believe JJ picked Campo over him..Ill never get that seaworld hard knocks episode out of my brain.
Good. Don’t want Mediocre Mike anyway.
Please. Each time THE Dallas Cowboys have had a head coaching vacancy, every great available coach was just dying to be in Dallas.
I mean just look at these names who have interviewed over the years who didn't get the job:
George Seifert, Terry Donahue, Sherman Lewis, Norv Turner, Mike Singletary, Jim Caldwell, Ron Rivera, Todd Bowles, Todd Haley, Tony Sparano.
Bless your heart. You actually believe Dallas is some big destination spot to come and work for with Jerry and his cronies. Seeing he was here over a decade with Jerry, you really think he wants back?
Pretty sure if Zimmer was fired, Dallas would not be the only one knocking on his door. He's good enough to have options.
You forgot Dennis Green.
I do believe his future in Minnesota will somewhat rely on his team's performance today and next week if applicable.
I don't want Zimmer as HC in Dallas. He won't do anything for the offense. His record is very similar to Garrett's.
That was a token telephone interview to satisfy the Rooney Rule when he had already locked in on Parcells. I don't think that counts.
I don't understand why any top coach would come to Dallas with the team structure the way it is.
Taking a line from Parcells, "if I'm going to cook the dinner, I want to shop for the the groceries"
Some in the fanbase are fooling themselves if they believe a new coach will bring different results. It's still Jones dictating down the way things are done.
Imagine you're the new head coach and right off the top you have to take Prescott as your QB and Jones as your GM, or you don't get the job. That's not how it should be.
Unfortunately as Dallas fans we have to wait till Jones dies before there will be a head coach that runs things their way, 100%.
Zimmer didn't say anything.
Media literacy 101 - no direct quotes = speculation