It is easy to blame Garrett but Marinelli had dirty hands in terms of the idiotic DL signings we had over the years.Certainly not signing GOOD ones. We got Marinelli choices like Cedric Thornton and Nolan Carroll when we did.
I can't see a way he makes the roster if Gallimore has a pulse.I lol'd when I read that tweet. Trysten Hill is lucky to even be on the roster. If he were a late round pick he'd be gone by now.
For sure.It is easy to blame Garrett but Marinelli had dirty hands in terms of the idiotic DL signings we had over the years.
Mayowa. Thornton. Jihad Ward. Kony Ealy. Demontre Moore. Stephen Paea. Terrell McClain.
There was a new slob practically every training camp.
Good point. Stephen is still the same. Jerry is the same. McClay is the same. Only one person has really changed.Marinelli's stank is all over the defensive line issues from the last few seasons. But considering how drastic a change we're seeing from the team in regards to their approach in FA and the offseason as a whole, I can't help but come to the conclusion that the team's strategy on improving the team via personnel additions/changes was largely set by Jason Garrett.
For crying out loud, we stuck with Maher till the fricking winter.
There are just too many instances across multiple areas of the team where we failed to or didn't really even try to improve, and considering how many positions and units this consists of, that philosophy could only have been set by one person.