Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Bill Callahan is being elevated to the position of offensive playcaller for the 2013 season. And whether you view that as castrating strip of responsibilities of head coach Jason Garrett or the offering of some help for an overloaded young coach that frees Garrett to be a "walk-around'' head coach really depends on whether you are a glass-is-half-empty or -full Cowboys observer.
And either way, you're opinion doesn't matter nearly those of Garrett and his shot-calling boss, team owner Jerry Jones.
This move -- and an assortment of others -- can end up a positive for Garrett. But the Cowboys could help themselves here, in terms of credibility, by not pretending that Garrett is completely convinced of that.
"It's not a step back for Jason. It's actually a step forward for Jason in my mind," Jones told reporters on Tuesday in Mobile, Ala. for the Senior Bowl. "Make no mistake about it, when I hired Jason to come into the organization as a coach h...