2019 Off Season Plan

By Patrick Schuster
Jan. 23, 2019

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Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

It's a frustrating state with the Dallas Cowboys, as they have young talent at wide receiver, running back, defensive end, linebacker, secondary, quarterback and offensive line but the coaching staff more specifically our offense brings zero confidence to get anything really progressing. In some ways this team reminds me of the Los Angeles Lakers years ago when they had Shaq, Kobe and Del Harris. They add Phil Jackson and boom several championships. I can't help but wonder what this team might be like if Sean Payton, Nick Saban or Tony Dungy took over this team. Granted I know everyone will say Jerry won't give up control so he sticks with Garrett and firing Linehan looked promising but instead we are promoting a one year QB coach to offensive coordinator. As long as Garrett has this year as the play caller and prove it I'm going to have to be OK with it but my money is the 2019 season ends similar to the 2018 season facing a more highly skilled offense team that won't allow our offense to keep up with them. If in the end we end up with up and coming Kris Richard as our head coach at least we'll have a promising young fresh mind in place. It's just weird that the team is worth 4 billion dollars, it has a boat load of young talent, salary cap space but we settle on average coaches and have to keep our fingers crossed it works out. I can see this in smaller markets but the Cowboys are the most expensive franchise in the world so you would think ownership would want a coach at the top of his game. Here is hoping for a 2019 improvement.,