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Old 01-22-2013, 10:08 PM   #526
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I saw it pointed out on a cowboys board that Kiffen, Hue Jackson, and Mike Tice all have ties to Lovie Smith, who just happens to be unemployed at the moment. I wonder if Jerry would make that move tbis offseason,? it wouldn't shock me.
Nor me. But I think it'd be more like next season.
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Old 01-22-2013, 10:51 PM   #527
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I saw it pointed out on a cowboys board that Kiffen, Hue Jackson, and Mike Tice all have ties to Lovie Smith, who just happens to be unemployed at the moment. I wonder if Jerry would make that move tbis offseason,? it wouldn't shock me.
Lovie deserves a head coaching job but I'd hate to see him in Dallas. I've always admired him. I'd hate to have to start hating him.
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Old 01-23-2013, 12:14 AM   #528
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Norv and Horton are like the Eric B and Rakim of cordinators. Horton being Rakim of course.
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Old 01-23-2013, 01:38 PM   #529
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Goat you should just get permission to change your user name, apparently people dont like when you are optimistic or pessimistic? Lol. Maybe you should just relegate your posts to the science thread?
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Old 01-23-2013, 01:44 PM   #530
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The cowboys are just a total mess, doesn't matter who they hire. His staff is already there, or partially there. Chain of command is what?
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Old 01-23-2013, 01:52 PM   #531
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Remember the last time an unqualified head coach was neutered by his owned by having his playcalling duties yanked from him?

Jim Zorn was his name.

Good luck with your decision to take playcalling away from Garrett, Jerrah Jones. What's his job now, to walk around the sideline and ask why his team is losing the game?

I know there are plenty of teams where the OC calls plays. We're one of them.

But how often is a HC who was calling plays told not to call plays any more. Does that ever work out?

I wish there was a stat on this. Anyone have one?

I just see Dallas falling apart. The rest of the division is getting weaker as we're going the opposite direction. Another division title should be ours.
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Old 01-23-2013, 02:03 PM   #532
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JJ looks more and more like Al Davis every day. Great to be in the same division.
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I saw it pointed out on a cowboys board that Kiffen, Hue Jackson, and Mike Tice all have ties to Lovie Smith, who just happens to be unemployed at the moment. I wonder if Jerry would make that move tbis offseason,? it wouldn't shock me.
Ugh. I really, really hope Lovie avoids Jerry's fantasy team, on general principle alone.
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Old 01-23-2013, 02:08 PM   #534
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Goat you should just get permission to change your user name, apparently people dont like when you are optimistic or pessimistic? Lol. Maybe you should just relegate your posts to the science thread?
I like it, nickname friends gave me in college decades ago and it always stuck.

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I like it, nickname friends gave me in college decades ago and it always stuck.

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I hear you i just figured if you changed your name, people might actually allow you to say something good, or bad, or in the middle. Lol. I hate science too, it explains everything and takes the mystery out of life.
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Old 01-23-2013, 02:21 PM   #536
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Remember the last time an unqualified head coach was neutered by his owned by having his playcalling duties yanked from him?

Jim Zorn was his name.

Good luck with your decision to take playcalling away from Garrett, Jerrah Jones. What's his job now, to walk around the sideline and ask why his team is losing the game?

I know there are plenty of teams where the OC calls plays. We're one of them.

But how often is a HC who was calling plays told not to call plays any more. Does that ever work out?

I wish there was a stat on this. Anyone have one?

I just see Dallas falling apart. The rest of the division is getting weaker as we're going the opposite direction. Another division title should be ours.
If I remember right, Garrett actually requested last summer that someone else call the plays

When Spurrier was here, Hue Jackson briefly called plays when Spurrier (somewhat reluctantly) relinquished the role. And we had a nice, balanced attack. Spurrier thought it was boring and took the play calling back
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Old 01-23-2013, 02:22 PM   #537
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Tony Sparano is headed to Oakland
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Gregg Williams is available still.

I'd love to have him back in Raheem Morris' place.
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We did have a top-5 defense when he was here...but between the media circus and the potential of him NOT getting past his "ways", no thanks....not worth the risks or distractions.

Just think how close he was to being our head coach! Most of us, including myself, were really pushing the idea. We could have been the Bountygate team.
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Gregg Williams is available still.

I'd love to have him back in Raheem Morris' place.
I still like Williams defensive scheme/approach, but doubt his ego could manage in an assistant position. And, it'd be pretty rash to cut Haslett at this point for a guy in Williams situation, not to mention he's a 4-3 guru.
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