Twitter: Offensive coaching staff likely staying

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  1. Tenkamenin

    Tenkamenin Well-Known Member

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    If your serious about winning or starting anew, you let the new coach decide if he wants to retain the old staff.
     
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  2. yimyammer

    yimyammer Well-Known Member

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    Not really, most have stayed involved with football in some capacity, Only Chan Gailey got another coaching gig:

    Switzer never coached again

    Chan Gailey was the most successful, he head coached at Georgia Tech & Buffalo, also OC'd at the Dolphins, Chiefs, Jets and the Dolphins again next season

    Campo coached at the U of Kansas and is now a "consultant" at USC

    Bill Parcells had a stint with the dolphins in some capacity and is currently a courtesy consultant with the Clevland Browns

    Wade Phillips DC'd at Denver & now LA

    Garrett: TBD (I feel like he'll never coach in the NFL again, curious to see how this plays out)

    Did I forget anyone?
     
  3. stasheroo

    stasheroo Well-Known Member

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    Yeah? How did Riley's defense do last time out? Record setting is the term I heard.

    Certainly if it fits your agenda.
     
  4. AbeBeta

    AbeBeta Well-Known Member

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    You have bigger issues for sure.

    But yeah, let's fire guys under contract so a new guy has fewer options.

    That's not strong arming, it is not being an idiot.

    Don't expect you to get the difference.
     
  5. stasheroo

    stasheroo Well-Known Member

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    A few coordinators for good measure, like Garrett's brother, or Rob Ryan, or Monte Kiffin, and Scott Linehan. Anyone gone on to 'bigger and better things'? Non existent that I can remember. This is where careers come to die.
     
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  6. pansophy

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    Offense was solid this year. Moore will be better. A lot of bad execution by players stalled drives. Biggest reason is that Dak looks to have turned the corner and we are about to commit to him long term. Doesn’t seem like the greatest time to change the offense.
     
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  7. yimyammer

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    because I'm a Cowboy fan Gord Damn it!
     
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  8. stasheroo

    stasheroo Well-Known Member

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    Who's decision should that be?
     
  9. yimyammer

    yimyammer Well-Known Member

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    or perhaps they were DOA? or DPTA?
     
  10. BigWillie

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    "I'll draft the players you have to coach. I'll sign the players you have to coach. I'll make any roster move for any players you have to coach. I'll pick the assistant coaches you must have on staff. And when you don't succeed in 3-4 years, I'll fire you and blame you for everything bad that has happened."

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  11. pansophy

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    Sure, but that is lower on my list of things I would want Jerry to give up.

    #1. Stop trying to win like we did in the 90’s by having better talent than everyone else. Salary cap is designed exactly to eliminate that so the only way to do it is by paying for top talent and filling in gaps with high risk reward players who come cheaply. Problem is ever year several of those guys don’t see the field because of behavior, drugs, or injury and the guys behind them are substandard. We everyone is healthy and available we always look like world beaters and then a few guys go out and we can’t win anymore.

    #2. Stop hiring coaches who don’t scheme and expect to win by great execution because the underlying assumption of that working is that better talent creates the advantage, which brings us back to point #1.

    Sure #3 would be to get out of the way entirely and let the coach set the culture and hold guys accountable. Ultimately though everyone is accountable to the GM and owner. I could live with #3 if he’d stop the first 2.
     
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  12. Kaiser

    Kaiser Zone Supporter

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    Of course but Moore and Columbo are still under contract. Is the team supposed to fire them so the new HC has a completely blank slate? Or should the team tell the new HC they did a good job last year in their first year on the job, with potential to do better?

    People are assuming Jerry is drunk and barking in interviews that Moore has to stay. In reality its just one of many parts of a discussion.
     
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  13. clff15701

    clff15701 Well-Known Member

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    Jerry just doesnt care at this point. Hes going to keep doing things his way.
     
  14. clff15701

    clff15701 Well-Known Member

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    Yes he eats Player contracts all the time. Eating a coach contract shouldnt be a big deal. The man acts like hes broke.
     
  15. sideon

    sideon Well-Known Member

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    How is Moore a smarter version of McVay?:huh:
     
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  16. stasheroo

    stasheroo Well-Known Member

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    Because...Dallas...
     
  17. Kaiser

    Kaiser Zone Supporter

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    Compare their first years as OCs and get back to me.
     
  18. khiladi

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    Why are people hating on Moore now? Weren’t they saying Garrett was forcing the playbook on him?
     
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  19. Kaiser

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    Moore had first year issues and Dallas still had a top five offense this year. Compare that to McVay's first year as OC when the Redskins were one of the lowest scoring teams in the NFL. Moore has been called a football genius since he was in High School. Dak has called him that as well.
     
  20. stasheroo

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    I think we end up with the ebony and ivory of futility. A duo of two failed head coaches, McCarthy to supposedly 'fix' the offense, with an outdated scheme that even Aaron Rodgers couldn't make work anymore, and Lewis to supposedly 'fix' the defense. I bet they'll agree to anything to get back in the league and make a nice payday that Jerry will inevitably pay.
     
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