Originally written on Silver and BlueBlood  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Say Cheese, Chucky! Is Jon Gruden set to be the next Dallas Cowboys head coach should Jason Garrett suffer through another year of mediocrity and disappointment? Well, consider the facts and then you tell me. After the bitter season-ending loss to the Redskins, which mired Jerry’s kids in a second consecutive 8–8 season, Jones promised plenty of discomfort at Valley Ranch. He got things started by firing running backs coach Skip Peete, which seems like no big deal, unless you consider that Peete had been with the Cowboys—and Garrett—since 2007. Next, Jones lowered the boom on Rob Ryan, replacing him with defensive coaching legend Monte Kiffin. Kiffin is the godfather of the famed Tampa 2 defense. He coached on the Super Bowl-winning staff in Tampa Bay. Jones quickly reunited Rod Marinelli, defensive line coach, with his old boss Kiffin. Now, this news: The Dallas Cowboys have hired Rich Bisaccia as special teams coach three weeks after he joined the Auburn staff in a similar capacit...
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2 Comments:
  • It really doesn't matter who the coach is. We have seen many come and go while the real problem is never ending. Yep... JJ continues to drive this bus, and he is driving it over a cliff. Even the ghost of Vince Lombarty couldn't make up for the bonehead football decisions made by a wanna be football man. How many days till spring training???
  • The truth is a bitter pill for JJ to swallow!
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