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Old 01-22-2007, 12:53 PM   #31
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Jerry Jones has sold his soul to TO!! Bye Bye Parcells, the NFC East just got a little easier...

Yes, Jones made a poor choice, but oh well, he'll live with it.
The NFC east did not get easier...it depends on who comes in. So it's too early to tell.
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Old 01-22-2007, 12:54 PM   #32
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With TO on the roster, honestly I think there are some coaching candidates that will think twice about taking that job. I don't think Grimm, for one, would want a team with TO on it.

I'm happy to see this happen. I mean who the heck are the best available candidates?? Mike Martz??
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Old 01-22-2007, 12:55 PM   #33
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I have my fingers crossed that jerry jones goes old school and appoints TO the Player-Coach, but somehow I doubt that will happen.
Dude, could you imagine? There'd be no team meetings. No practice. No offseason. Every play would go to TO, and he'd probably leave the other WRs in to block.
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Old 01-22-2007, 12:56 PM   #34
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Wow.

Too bad Mora took that spot with Seattle. I think he would have been a good fit there. Talk about shocker.
Yeah I thought the same thing. I'm sure they'll go after Weiss. Stoops and Carroll. Other possibiliteis, in my opinion, Marty Morninweg, Norv Turner, Jimmie Johnson (that might be a reach but you never know), Mike Martz, Ron Rivera and Jim Fassel.
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Old 01-22-2007, 12:57 PM   #35
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With TO on the roster, honestly I think there are some coaching candidates that will think twice about taking that job. I don't think Grimm, for one, would want a team with TO on it.

I'm happy to see this happen. I mean who the heck are the best available candidates?? Mike Martz??
Martz, Mooch...and perpaps, believe it or not, Pete Carroll.
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:00 PM   #36
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Let me say this too, if Gregg Williams' defense finishes top 10 or 15 this past season, I'd bet my bottom dollar he would think about it.
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:03 PM   #37
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Al Saunders as a replacement, anyone? Then have Russ Grimm step in for him here.

Saunders is the type of guy I think Jones would covet out there. Especially with who they've got in place on offense already.
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Al Saunders as a replacement, anyone? Then have Russ Grimm step in for him here.

Saunders is the type of guy I think Jones would covet out there. Especially with who they've got in place on offense already.

Certainly possible. I thought the same thing. It would be a good way to bring Grimm back into the fold and let Al leave on good terms.
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Parcells' legacy with the Cowboys can be framed this way: Instead of joining Tom Landry, Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer as coaches who led them to championships, he leaves lumped with Chan Gailey and Dave Campo.
that's the best quote in nfl history,and the damned funniest too!
anybody think mariucci would coach dallas with TO on the team?
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Certainly possible. I thought the same thing. It would be a good way to bring Grimm back into the fold and let Al leave on good terms.
but what offense would they run?the al saunders not hitting on shit in 2006 O,or the joe gibbs 2005 O that got us into round two of the nfc playoffs?
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but what offense would they run?the al saunders not hitting on shit in 2006 O,or the joe gibbs 2005 O that got us into round two of the nfc playoffs?
Al Saunders can coach, I'll leave it right there.
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Saunders can run an offense... but how good of a head coach is he? That's the million dollar question. I really don't think he has the personality to be an effective head coach.
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Al Saunders can coach, I'll leave it right there.
he is a good coach,but the better part of 2006,the skins looked like shit,but that was on both sides of the ball,and in the lockerroom too!i just wonder what type of offense the redskins would run if saunders did leave?
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Saunders can run an offense... but how good of a head coach is he? That's the million dollar question. I really don't think he has the personality to be an effective head coach.
Have you ever seen Bilichick is not Mr Personality.
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but what offense would they run?the al saunders not hitting on shit in 2006 O,or the joe gibbs 2005 O that got us into round two of the nfc playoffs?
If in 2007 our O is bad then I'll say your right but look at Gibbs first year in 04 and Gibbs and Co. added to the problems with a very short training camp. I don't think thing will be as slack as last year.
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