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  • #31
    Originally posted by Genghis Khan View Post

    True but then again Garrett is still his boss.
    And, Jerry is Garrett's boss and he has said he expects change on the offensive side of the ball. Listen, it's the only hope I have. Let me have it at least until the season starts.
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    • #32
      Originally posted by Iamtdg View Post

      And, Jerry is Garrett's boss and he has said he expects change on the offensive side of the ball. Listen, it's the only hope I have. Let me have it at least until the season starts.
      I think Jerry and Stephen are not gonna let Garrett stifle Moore completely.
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      • #33
        Originally posted by p1_ View Post

        Maybe Garrett's 'collaborative' environment is a new thing at The Star.
        Kellen Moore will call the plays. Garrett's playbook doesn't consist of 4 plays even though that's all we seemed to run.

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        • #34
          I gotta tell ya, Moore's offense better blow our socks off with the amount of hype.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by boozeman View Post
            I gotta tell ya, Moore's offense better blow our socks off with the amount of hype.
            I'll take better than last year. Because I think the defense will be better than last year. You out those two things together and we have a top team.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Cowboysrock55 View Post

              I'll take better than last year. Because I think the defense will be better than last year. You out those two things together and we have a top team.
              Dont eat the cheese.
              #Fire Garrett

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Rev View Post

                Dont eat the cheese.
                We could just as easy go pass happy and flop.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Rev View Post

                  Dont eat the cheese.
                  I know right? It's like some of yall forgot what this organization is..ffs Garrett is still here
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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by p1_ View Post

                    I think Jerry and Stephen are not gonna let Garrett stifle Moore completely.
                    They don't owe Moore a thing. Garrett on the other hand, they have invested a significant amount of emotional capital into. They want him to succeed much more than they give a crap abuot Moore being stifled.

                    If Garrett wants to take over, they aren't going to stop him.

                    From Kevin Sherrington's article at the DMN:

                    Once again, Thursday, Garrett, in describing the Cowboys offensive process going forward, used the word "collaborative." Used it twice, in fact. Talked again about all the great thinkers on offense whom Moore can tap.

                    The takeaway quotes: "He's been with us a few years and he has a good feel for how we want to do things"; "He's not doing it by himself"; and "Injecting some new ideas and finding some old ideas . . . making it collaborative . . . to go with what this offense is going to be all about."


                    Does any of the above sound like the description of a guy who's been given the keys?

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by boozeman View Post

                      They don't owe Moore a thing. Garrett on the other hand, they have invested a significant amount of emotional capital into. They want him to succeed much more than they give a crap abuot Moore being stifled.

                      If Garrett wants to take over, they aren't going to stop him.

                      From Kevin Sherrington's article at the DMN:

                      Once again, Thursday, Garrett, in describing the Cowboys offensive process going forward, used the word "collaborative." Used it twice, in fact. Talked again about all the great thinkers on offense whom Moore can tap.

                      The takeaway quotes: "He's been with us a few years and he has a good feel for how we want to do things"; "He's not doing it by himself"; and "Injecting some new ideas and finding some old ideas . . . making it collaborative . . . to go with what this offense is going to be all about."


                      Does any of the above sound like the description of a guy who's been given the keys?
                      Lets be real, if Moore succeeds Garrett will sell it as a colaborative effort. If he fails, Garrett will push him under the bus. Garrett will give him the rope and than take credit or dish out blame to protect himself.

                      Garrett is an offensive minded coach. He knows what an ass he would look like if he said the offense is all Moore's. He would have no way to justify his job if he said that.

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                      • #41
                        "They don't owe Moore a thing. Garrett on the other hand, they have invested a significant amount of emotional capital into. They want him to succeed much more than they give a crap abuot Moore being stifled."

                        Here's the thing: do they care more about winning, or about Garrett succeeding because they have "emotional capital" invested in him? An owner/GM/front office operation shouldn't give a shit about emotional capital invested in a head coach. Winning's all that counts.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by deadrise View Post
                          "They don't owe Moore a thing. Garrett on the other hand, they have invested a significant amount of emotional capital into. They want him to succeed much more than they give a crap abuot Moore being stifled."

                          Here's the thing: do they care more about winning, or about Garrett succeeding because they have "emotional capital" invested in him? An owner/GM/front office operation shouldn't give a shit about emotional capital invested in a head coach. Winning's all that counts.
                          Your post contradicts itself. You say all they care about is winning and that is correct. Thatís why they are shifting the offensive duties away from Garrett. Then you say they have emotional capital vested in Garrett even thoug his offensive systems havenít been successful. If Moore shows significant improvement in the offense then the GM will have to say hands off Moore to Garrett. How will the emotional capital hold up if Garrett takes a position he is going to get involved with the offense again?
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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by L.T. Fan View Post

                            Your post contradicts itself. You say all they care about is winning and that is correct. Thatís why they are shifting the offensive duties away from Garrett. Then you say they have emotional capital vested in Garrett even thoug his offensive systems havenít been successful. If Moore shows significant improvement in the offense then the GM will have to say hands off Moore to Garrett. How will the emotional capital hold up if Garrett takes a position he is going to get involved with the offense again?

                            No, that's not what my post said. I asked an either/or question: do they care more about winning, or about Garrett succeeding because they have "emotional capital" invested in him? There's ample evidence that Jerry values Garrett's role as HC not only because of the emotional capital -- Garrett is like a surrogate member of the family -- but also because Garrett is willing to absorb regular doses of humiliation from Jerry.

                            And during his 8 1/2-year tenure, Garrett's "offensive systems" have produced exactly three post-season appearances and two playoff wins. That kind of record has been mediocre enough to get more than a few coaches fired. It hardly qualifies as "successful."

                            Garrett can't control Jerry, but he can control how much influence or visibility his coaches have, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Garrett wins just enough to keep Jerry from becoming "irrelevant," which Jerry dreads more than anything, and does so at a comfort level that lets Jerry relax.

                            If Jerry were to fire Garrett after all this time, it would immediately raise question of "what took so long?" And though Jerry says and does profoundly stupid things all the time, firing Garrett at this late stage would finally expose his incompetence for what it truly is -- the underlying cause of 25 years worth of futility. Jerry fears looking stupid almost as much as he fears becoming irrelevant.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by L.T. Fan View Post

                              Your post contradicts itself. You say all they care about is winning and that is correct. Thatís why they are shifting the offensive duties away from Garrett. Then you say they have emotional capital vested in Garrett even thoug his offensive systems havenít been successful. If Moore shows significant improvement in the offense then the GM will have to say hands off Moore to Garrett. How will the emotional capital hold up if Garrett takes a position he is going to get involved with the offense again?
                              The narrative has been written, dude. Donít question it.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by L.T. Fan View Post

                                Your post contradicts itself. You say all they care about is winning and that is correct.
                                "All they care about is winning" is most certainly not correct.

                                Maybe I'm misunderstanding what you're saying.
                                2014=2009, 2015=2010?

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