NFL  > Dallas Cowboys  > Cowboys Star to be replaced with White Flag at midfield....
November 8, 2010, 11:58 AM
This team has given up...

Jerry has no choice...

Wade's specialty has been Defense, and they are being exposed.

The secondary can guard no one.

Wade can not motivate anyone.

Kitna sucks badly.

The run game has vanished.

In the end...heads need to roll NOW! Not tomorrow, not at season's end....NOW!!

The season is lost, now it is time to save face and be professionals and go out and play for pride....play for the fans and the people who paid good freakin money to see these games.

We can worry about draft picks and a new coach at season's end....for now, lets win a damn game!
November 8, 2010  12:41 PM ET

I've been listening to the local radio in Dallas and there's a death watch on Wade; they're saying he "may" last through Monday but may not make Tuesday.

November 8, 2010  12:48 PM ET

But Jerry Jones has already come out and said that changing coaches midseason is not a good idea.

November 8, 2010  12:52 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

But Jerry Jones has already come out and said that changing coaches midseason is not a good idea.

True that, but it's what's coming from "media boots-on-the-ground" in Valley Ranch. They're saying it's more of the feeling in the air (whatever that really means). We'll see what happens but the more interesting thing is who would Jerry put in place.

November 8, 2010  01:13 PM ET

Jerry Jones choice for General Manager was not a wise one but firing Wade ar mid-season will not help the team at this point. Maybe it's time to bench the starters who are not performing and allow some of the subs to play. It may not hurt after what I've seen this season.

November 8, 2010  01:18 PM ET
QUOTE:

*sobs*So much talent going to waste...

Not that much talent there, too many pedestrian players filling the ranks, too few REAL playmakers.

November 8, 2010  01:20 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

But Jerry Jones has already come out and said that changing coaches midseason is not a good idea.

Blood, historically that is true but let's face it when a coach is shown the door the team is already crap so expecting a miracle is unrealistic.
The goal here is to get Wade off the hook, give the team a fresh outlook and see who the real players are for next year, this team is done. Lose the losers NOW.

November 8, 2010  01:20 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

True that, but it's what's coming from "media boots-on-the-ground" in Valley Ranch. They're saying it's more of the feeling in the air (whatever that really means). We'll see what happens but the more interesting thing is who would Jerry put in place.

Does he matter who he puts in place? I think I could do a better job right now.

November 8, 2010  01:24 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Does he matter who he puts in place? I think I could do a better job right now.

Stick around "40yr", you may be getting the call. 8~)

November 9, 2010  01:55 AM ET

"White Flag replacing Star at midfield".............now THAT'S funny!

November 9, 2010  07:49 AM ET

Now we all know that Wade has been fired, with Garrett taking over the reins of this stagecoach. Will he be able to steer it, or continue to drive it off of the precipice that they've found themselves on? As for myself, I think Garrett was as much a part of the problem as Wade was, and I can't see any improvement coming. The running game has disappeared completely, and who is, or was, calling these plays?
Not that the defense was playing as they once were, because they laid it down just as much. Jerry has his work cut out for him. Listening to him talk yesterday, he mumbled a lot of gobbledegook and said nothing. That's Jerryspeak for you, and I cannot decipher what he's saying. I guess we'll soon see.

November 9, 2010  07:54 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Jerry Jones choice for General Manager was not a wise one but firing Wade ar mid-season will not help the team at this point. Maybe it's time to bench the starters who are not performing and allow some of the subs to play. It may not hurt after what I've seen this season.

I'd like to see McGee play, because Kitna is NOT the answer. But, on the other hand, throwing him into the fire may be detrimental to his maturity and growth. Some QB's can handle it, while most cannot. But, one or two games couldn't hurt anything. But, as usual, Jerry won't listen to me.......lol

November 9, 2010  09:17 AM ET

I agree Shirt....it is time to see what McGee has, just like a kid named Tony Romo 4 yrs ago.

We all thought Parcells was insane, but he obviously saw something.

Running a simplified offense for McGee might just be the answer short term.

Even if McGee sucks, Dallas has much larger issues to deal with.

Saftey and Oline come to mind.

One last thing...as of this post, Wade has been let go as we know and I think Dallas will not bring a new coach in for quite some time....mainly because the impending lock out would deter that.

My guess is Dallas does not go with a coach until there is a for sure resolution in that lockout, because who wants to pay a coach if you are not playing?

November 9, 2010  09:32 AM ET

The season is lost, now it is time to save face and be professionals and go out and play for pride....play for the fans and the people who paid good freakin money to see these games.

This is highly unlikely to happen. Did you see Jenkins pull another bullfighter on an oncoming rusher?

Read more: http://www.fannation.com/message_boards/show_topic/284983#ixzz14nOQKtOj

November 9, 2010  09:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#15):

I agree Shirt....it is time to see what McGee has, just like a kid named Tony Romo 4 yrs ago.We all thought Parcells was insane, but he obviously saw something.Running a simplified offense for McGee might just be the answer short term.Even if McGee sucks, Dallas has much larger issues to deal with.Saftey and Oline come to mind.One last thing...as of this post, Wade has been let go as we know and I think Dallas will not bring a new coach in for quite some time....mainly because the impending lock out would deter that.My guess is Dallas does not go with a coach until there is a for sure resolution in that lockout, because who wants to pay a coach if you are not playing?

Time for the scouts to take a good long look at Ryan Mallett from Arkansas. All of the experts are looking at other quarterbacks in college football, but he is the prototypical pro quarterback even though he is a junior.

November 9, 2010  09:42 AM ET
QUOTE(#15):

I agree Shirt....it is time to see what McGee has, just like a kid named Tony Romo 4 yrs ago.We all thought Parcells was insane, but he obviously saw something.Running a simplified offense for McGee might just be the answer short term.Even if McGee sucks, Dallas has much larger issues to deal with.Saftey and Oline come to mind.One last thing...as of this post, Wade has been let go as we know and I think Dallas will not bring a new coach in for quite some time....mainly because the impending lock out would deter that.My guess is Dallas does not go with a coach until there is a for sure resolution in that lockout, because who wants to pay a coach if you are not playing?

Ya know, our luck is that Garrett will have these players winning the rest of the year, and Jones retains him as HC. If he does manage that, it would make me wonder if this had been set up for Wade to fail. I know there's many other problems, but this team is not much different than the one last year.
Just a thought.

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November 9, 2010  10:05 AM ET

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