Apparently when Jerry Jones vowed last week to make things uncomfortable at Valley Ranch, he wasn't kidding. Running backs coach Skip Peete was the first man overboard Monday, but the Cowboys followed that by firing defensive coordinator Rob Ryan on Tuesday.
With his next firing, Jones could aim even higher. There is absolutely nothing to suggest that head coach Jason Garrett should feel comfortable about returning for a third full season as head coach. Jones disappeared immediately after vowing to make changes last week. It was a telling sign that he didn't attend the Cotton Bowl game between Texas A&M and Oklahoma at Cowboys Stadium because he normally would love basking in that scene.
It would not surprise me at all to hear that offensive coordinatoroffensive line coach Bill Callahan is also gone in the coming days. And once Jerry decides to wipe out Garrett's offensive assistants, what's the point in keeping Jason?
But first things first, the demise of Ryan might sound un...