Found June 17, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
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Tom Landry is remembered as a genius coach on both sides of the ball. But one of his greatest players said recently that even a great football mind like Landry had too much on his plate. "He did too much, I thought," Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach told TheLandryHat.com while at Brandon Carr's charity softball game Saturday. Landry was known for inventing the Flex defense as well as calling all the plays in the Cowboys' complex offense. The amount of involvement Landry had would be unthinkable in today's era of specialized coaching. "Coach Landry was a brilliant coach he put the defense together, he put the offense together," Staubach said. "But with the game today, there's so much going on. There's a lot of strategy involved, and a head coach has to think about the big picture and not just focus on one area that's very important: playcalling. So I think it's moving away from head coaches calling plays." Staubach...
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