October 08, 2012

The Pros and Cons of Constanty Displaying The Cowboys In Prime Time.


The desired result are of course wins.  Truth of the matter.  Since this endeavor of parading the Cowboys in NFL's prime time slots under Jerry's tenure was first set in place.  Huge ratings and a large contingent of sponsors have been garnered.  Yet it hasn't translated to wins on the field, nor a overall winning record in Cowboys Stadium since it's inauguration.  If the goal was to win financially?  Then, check,...... the problem with that strategy is it causes most Cowboys fans to be highly apprehensive for chances of future success, with good reason.  Holding this team together by a loose knit of low level assistants and backup's for the most part.  Will do that to a fan base.

This all out effort to remain in the top spot of America's top sports franchise, is a hollow victory.  When you look at what's been lost on the field.  Constructing a cathedral to sports has done little to make up for the lack of wins.  In the end.  It can't hide the fact.  The Cowboys front office is mediocre.  The current state of the renown Cowboys Basilica is great financially.  However, the image of the Dallas Cowboys Team on the field is not so good.  It's not in any way acceptable for our front office to not produce the best possible team on the field.

At some point this failed strategy will end.  When it does.  May it end mercifully soon.  No sense in chatting up the Cowboys right now.  Knowing full well the probability of success is slim to none.  It's incumbent however, for Cowboys fans to place our feet firmly in the realm of optimism.  No series of blunders by our front office will run us off from supporting the Dallas Cowboys.  At the same time we are not exempt from responding rationally to a tenuous Dallas Cowboys state of affairs.

So far Jason Garrett hasn't backed up his declaration of bringing this team from their losing ways.  Garrett's play calling abilities are suspect at best.  Our GM restricting the play calling duties of our newly acquired Offensive Coordinator, can be a huge contributor to the Cowboys being 30th in scoring Offense, nor does it past the logic test for our GM to meddle with our HC's responsibility of choosing his assistants.   GM Jerry's decisions made over the past 17 years has shown.  Clearly he's carelessly improvising his mistakes.

We've seen it as Cowboys fans for far too long.  Mind you I think Jerry is honestly doing what he think's best.  Again, the obvious aftereffects doesn't bare out Cowboys fans expectations.  I'm loyal as the next fan, but this has got to stop.  I don't care if Jerry has to be committed to a mental ward and the fans sue for public Ownership, or what.  No self respecting Cowboys fan will pass on the opportunity to affirm our loyalty for our team even when things are bad.  In essence we support the team, not the strategy. 

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