IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys must "Do Something,'' you angrily bellow annually.
"What,'' I sarcastically reply annually, "demote the GM, make changes in coaching and trade the quarterback?''
But you know what? As long as we're spit-balling here in the wake of the Cowboys' 28-18 season-ending loss in the "NFC East Championship Game'' at Washington yeah.
What if Dallas made changes at each of the lightning-rod positions on every football team?
What if Dallas demoted the GM, made changes in coaching and gave up on QB Tony Romo?
Let's start at the top.
Owner Jones could attempt to hire someone like ousted Browns exec Mike Holmgren in some front-office capacity.
The addition of a large football brain at Valley Ranch (even though folks in Cleveland surely do not agree with that evaluation) couldn't hurt. Jerry Jones has at his disposal (in the form of "unofficial advisors'') some of the finest living experts in the history of the sport.
Why not give one of them a Valley Ra...