Posted on: December 28, 2010 4:26 pm

Jerry Jones

How many games did Jerry expect Jason Garrett to win in the second half of the season 4 or 5? This of course is based off winning 1 in the first half, with their starting QB. The Cowboys have won 3 games under Garrett, and have lost Romo for the season. Now apparently Jon Kitna, the back up, is hurt. The Cowboys play the Eagles in Philadelphia next week, who incidentally are Division Champions, and the Pokes will likely be doing so with their 3rd string QB. Garrett should have gotten a win on Christmas night, but his defense let him down on the last drive of the game. This against a rookie QB and the struggling Arizona Cardinals.

Jerry is "mad as hell." At who Jerry? What's all this talk about the candidates to be the Cowboys Coach? I know you have to interview because of the Rooney Rule, but if you let Garrett walk, it will be your biggest blunder since messing with Jimmy Johnson. This team has played with a lot more heart under Garrett. You stick with some players too long, Jerry....How'd Roy Williams work out there Partner....

If Jerry ought to be upset with the refection in the mirror, because that's where the problem starts.

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Posted on: December 21, 2010 10:26 am


The Washington Redskins trade for Donovan Mc Nabb before the draft in 2010. He is going to be their starter. The team struggles out of the gate. About the time Washington has to start looking toward 2011, the Skins give Mc Nabb a contract extension. A couple of weeks after the extension, Mc Nabb is benched, and the coach said he doesn't know if Mc Nabb is coming back to Washington next year. How does this happen? Yes, Mc Nabb is older, but the Skins can't block and Portis was hurt most of the year. I don't care if the team wants to go in another direction, that's their choice, but why would the GM or owner give a contract extension for a player the coach clearly doesn't want? Are the Skins broken beyond repair? Who is running the show? If Snyder won't get out of the way, the Skins issues will never be fixed.

Let us not forget Fat Albert and his issues, too. Maybe Shanahan regrets not waiting on another job.
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