Coach Phillips accepted the Dallas Cowboys head coaching position with a lot of scrutiny. Since he took the helm, a lot of people in sports media voice their negative opinions about his hiring. Now they should all be happy, because supposedly he became the HC of a team with a lot of talent and that he was Jerry Jones' puppet. A lot of talent with no heart. Which was very insulting to a man who has contributed and continues to contribute to Texas football by being the director of the San Angelo Football Clinic. Last week in his MMQB column, Peter King wrote a mock letter to Jerry Jones pleading him to fire Coach Phillips. I emailed and invited Peter King and his peers to attend the clinic in San Angelo during Father's Day week. For a writer, he is off on his analysis and yet he still has his job and so do other so-called experts. Needless to say Coach Phillips deserved better, but like Clint Eastwood said in Unforgiven, "Deserves have nothing to do with it."
I'm sure that firing Coach Phillips was a difficult decision for Jerry Jones because Coach Phillips is a good guy. But he also didn't do him any favors. Unbiasedperspective, an SI Fannation member commented that he interferes too much in coaching, when Wade wanted to increase fines and hold players accountable or change the starting lineup because of ineffective play by some players, Jerry shot him down. Read more: http://www.fannation.com/blogs/post/758165-the-best-worst-team-that-money-can-buy#ixzz14qA9ZWaL It is a consensus that nobody wants Jerry to continue as GM of the team and for him to hire one. He doesn't need to look very far for one in his son Stephen Jones. Stephen is a great student of how to discover talent and is still learning. He praises Bill Parcells for teaching him scouting techniques and skills. However, Jerry Jones is a smart businessman and a lot of experts have been saying and writing that Jason Garrett received a bad hand by accepting the interim position. I disagree because Garrett is being paid 3.5 million to be an assistant HC and offensive coordinator. Garrett has a very strong chance of becoming having the interim being dropped and becoming the HC. Jerry will not pay for 2 head coaches at the same time and his interim is being paid 3.5 big ones, so this is the advantage that Garrett has of becoming the new head coach.
Jason Garret needs to understand that there are a lot of players who can be considered a disease or viruses as Michael Irvin commented last night on the NFL network. He probably has to take the role of "Cobra". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5fUOxPyt5U In addition, Garrett will also need to to finish the season 5-3 or 6-2 to drop the interim in Head Coach. He also needs to take a strong look at Ryan Mallet from Arkansas even though he is still a junior because Romo is not the answer. Romo puts up great numbers, but he is not a Super Bowl winning quarterback. Like Coach Phillips, I wish him Coach Garrett the best of luck and hopefully he can turn my favorite team around.
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