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Jason Garrrett to Baltimore....

Just saw it on NFLNetwork......things keep getting better!
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post #2 of 44 (permalink) Old 01-15-2008, 11:13 AM
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Hasn't accepted the offer yet has he?
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Jerry just reported he would match any offer given to Jason

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Hasn't accepted the offer yet has he?


That's beside the point. He wouldn't be looking if he didn't want to leave....
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That's beside the point. He wouldn't be looking if he didn't want to leave....
He wants to be a headcoach...but won't leave unless it's the right situation. Same for me I'm looking for a job that pays more but won't leave unless it greatly outweighs what I'm offered here.

So you are telling me someone calls you and offers twice the salary/comission structure you are making now you wouldn't entertain the offer? Bull shit you would at least go visit with them, let them woo you before you made any kind of decision.
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He wants to be a headcoach...but won't leave unless it's the right situation. Same for me I'm looking for a job that pays more but won't leave unless it greatly outweighs what I'm offered here.

So you are telling me someone calls you and offers twice the salary/comission structure you are making now you wouldn't entertain the offer? Bull shit you would at least go visit with them, let them woo you before you made any kind of decision.

If I was committed, I honestly don't know. Obviously certain situations are different. But if one of my competitors called up and offered me double the pay; I really don't believe I'd entertain the offer. I'm committed to the company I work for, because I know I have the option to become a partner. Different job, different circumstances, maybe.


I guess I used poor wording. If he was committed to the Cowboys organization, he wouldn't be entertaining offers. To me, this shows that he's not committed.


One day, I think he will make a great head coach. But his offensive play calling in the month of December and January just proves he needs more experience before he steps up to be fed to the wolves.
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He wants to be a headcoach...but won't leave unless it's the right situation. Same for me I'm looking for a job that pays more but won't leave unless it greatly outweighs what I'm offered here.

So you are telling me someone calls you and offers twice the salary/comission structure you are making now you wouldn't entertain the offer? Bull shit you would at least go visit with them, let them woo you before you made any kind of decision.
Yeah, I think he showed everyone what he's capable of with his playcalling. He almost had the Dallas job and I guess it was his way of saying, "you could've had this."

And any person in their right mind would entertain the idea, unless they were heavily devoted to their job/team and thought they had better chances of being SB coaches with the current roster. It just depends if he's going to be a Vermeil/Parcells-type coach and is brought in to re-structure a franchise or if he just wants to be the man in charge.

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One day, I think he will make a great head coach. But his offensive play calling in the month of December and January just proves he needs more experience before he steps up to be fed to the wolves.
Not to mention the fact that Baltimore has no offense (besides McGahee). He is an offensive coordinator, and the Ravens defense hasn't exactly been the '00 unit but he might get the offense up to par in a few years. If the defense can step it up to at least the '06 stats then Baltimore (if they don't choke in playoffs) can be a pretty good team IMO.

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If the defense can step it up to at least the '06 stats then Baltimore (if they don't choke in playoffs) can be a pretty good team IMO.


True, but that's hard to do when you're aging. Baltimore's D is starting to get old.
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True, but that's hard to do when you're aging. Baltimore's D is starting to get old.
Yeah. Lewis is no where near as a threat as he was a few years ago... I think they need to spend their first couple of draft picks on defense, not offense. You have a decent unit, it showed in the Patriots game. Work on something you have, make it better... If you can win 2 of the 3 stats of a game (offense/defense/special teams) then you have a good shot of making a run to January.

If I recall correctly, isn't that how they made it and won the Bowl in 2000?

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Baltimore's D IS old.

It's ok, let Phillips handle the offense

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It's ok, let Phillips handle the offense
Their whole team is old, not just the defense. Garrett better be careful going into this situation as the Ravens have quite a bit of rebuilding to do.

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Looks like sparano is going to the 'fins as well.

Anybody think the boys did bad because these fuckers had their minds on going somewhere else? ...just a thought..

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Anybody think the boys did bad because these fuckers had their minds on going somewhere else? ...just a thought..
It was execution not coaching that made them loce. Penalties, drops, blocking in 2nd half, and poor tackling I put it on the players not the coaching
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It was execution not coaching that made them loce. Penalties, drops, blocking in 2nd half, and poor tackling I put it on the players not the coaching


I disagree. Everyone is ignoring the fact that Garrett's play calling fell flat on it's face in December. While some if it can be blamed on execution, you can't deny that Garrett made some fucking horrible decisions as an O-Coord.
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I disagree. Everyone is ignoring the fact that Garrett's play calling fell flat on it's face in December. While some if it can be blamed on execution, you can't deny that Garrett made some fucking horrible decisions as an O-Coord.

I agree on Dec but they should have won the NY game and I dont think it was the coaching as much as it was the players.
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I disagree. Everyone is ignoring the fact that Garrett's play calling fell flat on it's face in December. While some if it can be blamed on execution, you can't deny that Garrett made some fucking horrible decisions as an O-Coord.
I agree, garret made some shitty play calling and didn't take advantage of the weak giants secondary..

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I agree on Dec but they should have won the NY game and I dont think it was the coaching as much as it was the players.

Eh, you have a point. Execution was non existent on Sunday. However the whole game plan they took in to the game on Sunday was a very bad idea. Force the pass all year long, to open up the run. It worked, and worked well I might add. Sunday they tried to force the run to open up the pass. Didn't work out too well.
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Jerry said he'd do whatever it takes to keep Garrett here...not worried in the least about it. There are alot of offensive geniuses out there and Wade knows alot of people in the coaching business
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that sounds like a bad move for garrett.

he's got a future ahead of him here; head coach is right around the corner here for him.

if he goes to baltimore, he's at a complete rebuilding stage and not putting himself into a position to win shit.

not to mention, as stated above, his jokeshow play calling in december proves that he's not ready to step up all the way.

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i personally think garrett made some horrible calls all year long... let him leave, im sure we can find someone to come in and call bad plays...




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That's beside the point. He wouldn't be looking if he didn't want to leave....
true dat. If I was him I would stay if jery can match it. Why take the stress of a head couch if you don't have to
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Doesn't break my heart to see him go. He's got the chance to coach the Cowboys in a couple of years if he stays. Bolting now means he isn't sure he can do anything but hurt his stock in the next year or two. I'm sure Wade would be perfectly happy not to have JG standing there ready to push him off the cliff. I've already heard idiots suggesting that Jerry go ahead and do it now.

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yep, stupid move on his part...he wants a chance to shine right off the bat when he could just stay in dallas performing his current job and eventually holding the top job for one of the best team in the nfl...

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Just had a thought.

Suppose JG went in for his first interview and someone mentioned that, while they liked the high powered offense of the Cowboys, they were looking for more of a ball-control offense so they could rely on their defense to stay fresh, keep it close and make turnovers. That's certainly what they want. Think he'd fuck the play calling in a playoff game to get a second interview? It'd certainly explain a lot of things.

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I don't think he's leaving. From what I remember, very few times will a coach leave after an interview, once an offer has been made, without accepting.
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I don't think he's leaving. From what I remember, very few times will a coach leave after an interview, once an offer has been made, without accepting.
sounded like to me when the reporters asked him if a offer had been made he kinda stumbled over his words which tells me they did make a offer
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The way I see it, if Jones is going to counter each offer made, he might as well interview for as many positions as he can to try and get the most money for an OC job. Once he's comfortable in that role and ready to move onto a HC job, then he should probably get a decent pay raise.

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Well if he wants to get out, let him. If his heart isnt in Dallas, no need in keeping him.

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just heard it too. good news!

I think its a wise move on his part too. yea, being a head coach is what is all about but with such early sucess there will be more opportunities. he probably sees a lot of potential here and its a good learning experience. he probably thought he was ready to be a coach this past season but this last playoff experience taught him something new.
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All he has to do is fuck up the offense next year in the playoffs and he'll be promoted to head coach.

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All he has to do is fuck up the offense next year in the playoffs and he'll be promoted to head coach.



glad to hear he is staying.
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All he has to do is fuck up the offense next year in the playoffs and he'll be promoted to head coach.

HA! yeah the offense was clicking with Big Bill at the helm... I would take Garrett hands down... or no let's bring in Can Cameron right I mean Miami was piling up the points this year!
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HA! yeah the offense was clicking with Big Bill at the helm... I would take Garrett hands down... or no let's bring in Can Cameron right I mean Miami was piling up the points this year!
Yeah that performance against the Giants was awe inspiring, as were the three or four games before it where the Cowboys couldn't generate points.

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If wade wins the SB next year i say no.
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I agree. The Cowboys have to either just barely lose the SB or win it for Wade to be here after next season. Any playoff failure next year is all the excuse Jerry needs to pull the trigger.

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I agree as well. They should be right in the mix though. I think that this years implosion will humble this team to the point that they will be firing on all cylinders and make a monumental run, but if they falter again late, expect one head to roll
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I agree as well. They should be right in the mix though. I think that this years implosion will humble this team to the point that they will be firing on all cylinders and make a monumental run, but if they falter again late, expect one head to roll
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