So you don't give any credit to the coaches but then go and plug the assistant coaches.Like I said pure fucktard dude. I never gave any "credit" to the coaches for that Super Bowl, I said the HC was awful but the assistants were not. There's a difference.
Simple question....do you agree or disagree with what BB posted? Because if you disagree, then you credit the coaches (even though you say you don't), which is absurd.The talent is waaaay overrated on this team. The '94 and '95 teams won with a coach even worse than Garrett because they were legitimately talented and even Switzer couldn't fuck it up.
you took some umbrage for my comment which was me agreeing with BB because he was right. We may never see a team be able to overcome horrendous coaching and leadership again but that's what the 95 team did.Good point on Switzer. Talent overcomes coaching, to some extent.
That's because this organization only drafts DBs who play the man and can't be be bothered to turn their head when ball is in the air to play the ball.How is this for a grade?
NFL interception leaders through Week 13:
- Minkah Fitzpatrick, 5
- Marcus Peters, 5
- Devin McCourty, 5
- Joe Schobert, 4
- Logan Ryan, 4
- Kevin King, 4
- TreDavious White, 4
- Janoris Jenkins, 4
- Kevin Byard, 4
- Marcus Williams, 4
- Quenton Dunbar, 4
- Anthony Harris, 4
- Stephon Gilmore, 4
- Desmond Trufant, 4
- Dallas Cowboys (as a whole team), 4
Ones that somehow all through college, knew how to play the ball and get picks. And did.That's because this organization only drafts DBs who play the man and can't be be bothered to turn their head when ball is in the air to play the ball.
David's gone full bore personal and he'll probably drop a few more descriptors before we're through. But I feel like a friend who's helping a friend get through rehab and he's just lashing out. I've got to stay strong and help him. I won't delete his prior posts but I'm hoping he does. This is what happens when we legalize drugs.........Hey Dodger12:
He will if he knows what's good for him.The question was for dbair to see if he agreed with your post.
Not only in those aspects, but with Dak tooOnes that somehow all through college, knew how to play the ball and get picks. And did.
It's the COACHING.
Clearly we train our guys not to go after the ball, for whatever "risk averse" reason. Trying to not get PI penalties? If so they have it reversed, playing the man instead of the ball at point of reception is the best way I know to draw the PI. But it seems our idiot philosophy is more like pussy-passive, "Let 'em catch it and then make the sure tackle."
This is the entire problem in Dallas, the pussified "risk averse" approach to everything. Except of course when it comes to offense - we could obstinately ride our rented mule for 30-plus carries a game, lowering our turnover risk, keeping our defense off the field more, helping them out.... But noooo we must pass pass pass, have a bunch of 3 and outs, and let our high-paid RB just do little to nothing.
Just ask someone who was there that yearHe will if he knows what's good for him.
Please note that by '94 and '95, Jimmy, Norv and Wannstedt were gone. Switzer was a substitute teacher who wanted to be loved, letting his students run wild in the classroom. Discipline was a joke. Then you had free agency and the cap chipping away their edge over other teams. It's a testament to the players and veteran leadership that they squeezed one more championship out of the twilight years.
Exactly as I warned everyone after the 2016 season. Amirite?Not only in those aspects, but with Dak too
They have totally coached the run out of him. One of his strengths when he first started was being able to run when he had an open lane, or scramble out of trouble. They have coached that all out of him. They want him to be a pocket passer and that’s just not his strong suit. He’s much more dangerous when he can run at will. Now they only run him on designed plays which are few and far between.
I don’t know if they are risk adverse with Dak running because they fear him getting hurt, but he has proven to be durable, more so than a lot of QB’s out there.
Teams no longer have to fear that Dak will gash them for a big play with his legs.
Yes, I remember.Exactly as I warned everyone after the 2016 season. Amirite?
I can understand not wanting him to get hurt. But for fuck's sake - QBs are far more likely to get hurt getting sacked!
You GOTTA let him run, it's a major part of his weaponry and a major fear of defenses. It tames the pass rush and scares DCs out of blitzing. It's the straw that stirs the whole Dak drink!
This is my last response to this, because after reading your other responses maybe you are really not being a dickbag, maybe it's you just don't get the point.So you don't give any credit to the coaches but then go and plug the assistant coaches.
This whole thing started when I commented on BB's post below. :
Simple question....do you agree or disagree with what BB posted? Because if you disagree, then you credit the coaches (even though you say you don't), which is absurd.
you took some umbrage for my comment which was me agreeing with BB because he was right. We may never see a team be able to overcome horrendous coaching and leadership again but that's what the 95 team did.
I'm not being a "dickbag." Just pointing out a fact and you refer me to the assistant coaches. Your whole argument is beyond dumb. Unfortunately, the point your making isn't completely inaccurate and I agree with it's premise but the 95 team was an outlier which is what I'm pointing out.
Good players can overcome coaching to some extent. That's not a controversial statement but we'd have to consider what "overcoming" means. Some players have carried Garrett's ass and kept the team competitive and Garrett was extended. He was a horrible coach before he was extended and he's been a horrible coach after he got extended but he got extended nonetheless, mainly because a rookie QB played beyond his years.
But to overcome bad coaching to win a SB has happened and it happened in 1995. That's a fact. Now go argue with someone else.
If that's the Aikman explicative laden rant that I saw posted at CZ (the video clip you posted wont play) its probably not from 1994 or 1995. I think the guy he is yelling at is Jack Reilly, who was on the staff in 1997 (QB coach) and then again in 2000 (offensive coordinator hired by Campo to reinstall Turner/Zampese's timing based offense), but Reilly was not here from 94-96.Just ask someone who was there that year