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This is all about Jones last hurrah?

Discussion in 'Drama Zone' started by CowboyRoy, Jan 3, 2018.

  1. GenoT

    GenoT Well-Known Member

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    Agree that the soon-to-be 76yo Jones doesn’t wanna start “the process” over with a new coaching regime.

    The ugly truth is, unless JG completely screws the pooch (think: a sustained on-field collapse of Clevelandic proportions), JJ isn’t gonna fire him.

    Even worse, Jones is in robust health and isn’t stepping down as GM until he’s got to.
     
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  2. Mad_max

    Mad_max Active Member

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    Jimmy Johnson for a few years knew the best players coming out of college. The salary cap beat him down. Jerry Jones wouldn't know a good player if he saw one.
     
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  3. Vulcan

    Vulcan New Member

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    #2 it would still be a lot more than I "make" in retirement. Sign me up!
     
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  4. Vulcan

    Vulcan New Member

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    #2 it would still be a lot more than I "make" in retirement. Sign me up!
     
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  5. daboyzruleperiod

    daboyzruleperiod Catastrophe

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    Don't be too sure of yourself.

    "While discussing Tony Romo's ability as a player and now a broadcaster, Jones was asked about the possibility of Romo being a future coach of the Cowboys.

    "Let's don't speculate," Jones said. "Tony is very capable of being an outstanding coach in the NFL. It could easily be in the future for him because he just loves the competition part of it. But let me tell you, he's got things that he wants t
    o do better, things he needs experience at in his [TV] commentary. ... Tony is as naturally, mentally as gifted regarding our game, regarding football, regarding nuances that can be really enhanced, which is creativity. I don't know that I've seen his equal."
     
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  6. RodeoJake

    RodeoJake Well-Known Member

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    I'd like to see Romo start as a QB coach, and progress to OC. From everything I've heard about him, he has a good football mind.
     
  7. DcFootball4

    DcFootball4 Active Member

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    I think he COULD get someone better to coach, it just matters what they would be in control of
     
  8. DcFootball4

    DcFootball4 Active Member

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    That is very true. But you also don't find the big three that often. Maybe they both just got lucky!
     
  9. DcFootball4

    DcFootball4 Active Member

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    It would be nice if that was the plan, Romo would be an awesome QB coach and future OC for the Cowboys. Dak produced much better when Romo was coaching him
     
  10. Pants

    Pants Well-Known Member

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    Jerry's red balls will continue to entertain well into the 2020's....when they fail again in 2018, a whole new set of excuses will become prevalent....what an embarrassment this franchise has become...I will still watch them until the day I die, but I will hope that some day, something changes and the ownership changes....until then we have:

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  11. Diehardblues

    Diehardblues Well-Known Member

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    I think that’s part of it.

    The bigger issue is Jerry is determined to build a championship team without a coach like Jimmy who would recieve more credit. Winning isn’t enough for Jerry. He only wants to win his way and seeks validation as a football guy.

    And Jerry feels comfortable with Garrett. He’s by far the best puppet never waivering or calling out Jerry. Garrett has just enough success a couple seasons bringing in as much talent with Jerry since Parcells was here plus winning Coach of Year validated Jason isn’t as bad a coach as some want to portray.

    I believe Jerry has bigger plans for Garrett and why he’s gone to such extremes to support and defend him . But the questions in Garretts coaching ability is perfect for Jerry’s pursuit. It will allow for Jerry to recieve his credit. Jerry is very loyal to those around him that don’t cause any dissension.

    I truly believe it’s a perfect fit for Jerry and probably about as good of a situation as we can hope for within the dysfunctional atmosphere Jerry presents .
     
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  12. Xelda

    Xelda Well-Known Member

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    JJ is waiting for the final touches on his cybernetic body. They are having problems with corrosion when hard liquor is ingested. His six pack abs carefully sculpted to resemble Zeke's are not up to code. The right arm has the strength of Dan Bailey's leg, but zero accuracy. There's still a lot of work to do and JJ just has to hang in there until the technology is complete.
     
  13. CowboyRoy

    CowboyRoy Well-Known Member

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    Jerry has no respect for head coaching. He thinks is just a figurehead job and they dont do much. And that is basically what he has in Garrett.
     
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