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    Hypothetical question

    IF we win out and still fail to make the playoffs do we fire Garrett? astros1981 you're an idiot for starting this thread in 3...2..1.....

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    Yes with no questions asked

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    No, if JG wins with these back ups, he deserves one more year...
    But that is winning out.

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    I hope not. But I'm one of the people who bought into that 3 year plan to fix our team. Well, we're left needing to make improvements on the o-line but that's about it. We could use some depth all around. If we at least address it somewhat during the offseason, then we start the year next year with all of our guys back from injuries, then we we will have a damn good team next year just as planned.

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    No I would not fire him even if he didn't win out. However he needs to hand over play calling duties to either Callahan or hire new OC. He needs to be able to watch over the whole team not just the offence. This will allow him to manage things such as his staff and game management more effectively.

    Having a fully responsable OC adds a level of accountability that properly run organizations require. Not saying he can't focus more on offense than the other units (Seeing as his background is in offense) but the play calling is too tasking for a Head coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeShaunMarShawn View Post
    No I would not fire him even if he didn't win out. However he needs to hand over play calling duties to either Callahan or hire new OC. He needs to be able to watch over the whole team not just the offence. This will allow him to manage things such as his staff and game management more effectively.

    Having a fully responsable OC adds a level of accountability that properly run organizations require. Not saying he can't focus more on offense than the other units (Seeing as his background is in offense) but the play calling is too tasking for a Head coach.
    I would love to see Norv Turner hired as to OC and keep Garrett as the head coach. I think he is building a good team. IF he would not give up the play calling then he should be fired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacowboysfan View Post
    I would love to see Norv Turner hired as to OC and keep Garrett as the head coach. I think he is building a good team. IF he would not give up the play calling then he should be fired.
    It's not about him giving up play calling, it's that Jerry wants him to be the play caller. Jerry has said many times that he wants his head coach to be the play caller. If it's a defensive coach or offensive coach he wants that coach to be the play caller for the unit he's specialized in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAL*CWB View Post
    It's not about him giving up play calling, it's that Jerry wants him to be the play caller. Jerry has said many times that he wants his head coach to be the play caller. If it's a defensive coach or offensive coach he wants that coach to be the play caller for the unit he's specialized in.
    Jerry is changing his mind.

    http://www.nbcdfw.com/blogs/blue-sta...181032011.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeShaunMarShawn View Post
    No I would not fire him even if he didn't win out. However he needs to hand over play calling duties to either Callahan or hire new OC. He needs to be able to watch over the whole team not just the offence. This will allow him to manage things such as his staff and game management more effectively.

    Having a fully responsable OC adds a level of accountability that properly run organizations require. Not saying he can't focus more on offense than the other units (Seeing as his background is in offense) but the play calling is too tasking for a Head coach.

    If Garrett is back next season his play calling duties need to be stripped so he can focus and put his brain into managing games better. I think the players respond to him well. If you look at Philly their Oline is just as bad and their season has had plenty of challenges like us. I see how the players on both teams have responded and I must say our players still try hard for Garrett. I don't see anyone giving up on this season and I think that has to go a long way. I can recall the 2 coaches before Garrett losing the locker room.

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    IMO we only need to address our Oline and we'll be in great shape. I still want a "ball hawk" safety as well. Anyone know of one this year's draft??

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    We need to adress the Oline this offseason and hopefully acquire 2 guards better than the 2 we got this offseason

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    I want to say yes, but essentially whats the point? Hire another puppet?

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    Norv does have a relationship with Dallas, but I am not sure how Callahan would feel about us bringing Norv in as OC. I would like to see Callahan or Norv get play calling duties as Garrett is a terrible OC. I don't think he's ever been a great OC but I think the HC duties have hurt his ability as OC, just as being OC has hurt his ability to learn and grow as a HC. Personally I think he should go or give up OC duty. His mistakes with game management and clock management are inexcusable however I guess we can say they are growin pains with a new/inexperienced HC who is also trying to be an OC. I am also not sold on this guy making people accountable and he certainly hasn't been able to cut down in the penalties. Whether the players respond to him remains to be seen, but I believe we will be able to tell going into these last games of the season.

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    I see it from two different perspectives, Jerry's and the fans.

    Jerry's
    Firing Garrett is an admission of fault, thus bringing negativity to his ego. Such a firing is unlikely at this point.

    The Fan's
    It seems split in this forum. Some want to give him a chance and some want a more established coach. My personal opinion, take it for what it's worth, is that the Dallas Cowboys need an established coach. It's not your Buffalo Bills, no offense. It's like the Yankees or the Lakers, your every day coach is going to get eaten alive here.

    Regardless of the record in 2012-2013 I don't believe Jerry fires Garrett. Now I think 2013 will be a completely different decision. If 2013 ends poorly, very poorly for that matter, I think Garrett finds himself on the outside.

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    Keep Norv Turner away. Next thing you know, Jerry will fire Garrett and promote Norv. I live in SD and can tell it's a BAD idea !!

    We need to find the next Belechick.. or Harbaugh, etc

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