Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by ESisback, Jan 9, 2020.
Tell Itzkelz not to jack it too much, you can go blind. ; )
Yep I saw a couple plays this year where he whiffed on blocks and I believe he had a couple of penalties but his playing time this way down since last year I'm not saying he's the second coming but one of the greatest tight ends but he has potential? One thing I did forget that he was a restricted free agent so that made make this irrelevant?
RFA's get a bigger pay bump than before but its really unusual for a team to lose an RFA. It would be like when Dallas paid Benson Mayowa way too much to take a gamble on him.
Really? This team put up a lot of yards in garbage time after the games were pretty much decided. When it mattered (in the red zone) they were predictable and unable to finish. He's a kid! I understand McCarthy is probably going to be the real OC and the guy calling the plays, but lets get real about the Moore kid, he's got to go.
I am more concerned about the defense.
I've responded to this thinking already. I don't know the kid, he's young and I'm sure he's the next Jason Garrett, but what really needs to happen is a cleaning of the house. Get ANYONE with the old mindset gone. Who cares how a player feels about Coach (insert name). They are all part of a mediocre mind set and they all need to go. Let Kellen Moore learn to be an NFL Coach somewhere else.
Actually, that notion has been proven false.
He is more reliable than the alternative. It would be just about impossible to replace Tyron’s level of play without breaking the bank. A drafted rookie can’t do it.
if we can play sound D, we will go far. Offense wasn't that big an issue.
Jarwin is probably going to have to be, the only FA TE who is a true #1 is Hunter Henry and I doubt they are going to want to pay to land him.
For most teams! People are usually more upbeat about the following year in the offseason.
I agree, although we could stand improvement in the RZ, as well as starting field position, which in turn help our defense.
I keep reading the same post over and over. The offense wasn't the problem, it was the defense.
I post the numbers in the wins and losses, and the offense had a much larger bearing in losses than the defense. It's a fact.
Here are the numbers again.
In wins Dallas scored 37 points, in losses Dallas scored 17 points. A 20 point dropoff.
The defense gave up 17 points in wins and 23 points in losses. A 6 point difference.
Which unit had a larger direct cause in the losses? The answer is simple, it was the inconsistent offense.
Bro, you left out Dak.
We may not have a choice if we can't find a compitent tight end by then
Tyron plays like a drafted rookie when his back is acting up. Time to move on.