Found January 22, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
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He wants to win, there is no doubt about that, but Jerry Jones is a terrible GM. His latest move is to strip head coach Jason Garrett of play-calling duties. This has been rumored for the last few weeks, as Jones has also entertained the idea of bringing in former Arkansas head coach Houston Nutt. For what it is worth, Garrett is not the offensive coordinator, that’s Bill Callahan. “It is not a step back for the Cowboys or a step back for (Garrett) individually to change the way that we are basically putting our game plan together or calling the plays on the offensive side of the ball,” Jones said. “I’m assessing the fact that two and a half seasons with Jason as the head coach, we need to do some things different.” We are treading dangerously close to Jones actually putting a headset on and stepping on the sidelines. Okay, putting on a headset. Garrett has been the primary play-caller since Wade Phillips was head coach. Jones is insistent that this is for the best of the franchise. “We are not, and I know our fans are not, I’m not, and I know Jason is not, satisfied with [...]
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