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10 minutes ago, jlrfalcon said:

Perhaps the opposite is the Falcons where the owner lets the GM and HC "do their job" too much?  No matter how well the Falcons finish this season now, does anyone suspect any turnover at the top?

In terms of Dallas and Garrett in which you were originally referring to, Garrett has absolutely no control over anything that goes on in Dallas. It wouldn’t even surprise me if Jones was involved in the weekly game plan on both sides of the ball. I’m assuming Jones doesn’t trust coaches anymore after the Bill Parcells experiment. 

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1 hour ago, ya_boi_j said:

In terms of Dallas and Garrett in which you were originally referring to, Garrett has absolutely no control over anything that goes on in Dallas. It wouldn’t even surprise me if Jones was involved in the weekly game plan on both sides of the ball. I’m assuming Jones doesn’t trust coaches anymore after the Bill Parcells experiment. 

Probably so, Jones ego is the size of Texas.

Cowboys are a mess. 

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On 11/17/2018 at 10:30 AM, Falconsin2012 said:

Read this on the Cowboys forum and found it brought a smile to my face so wanted to share...

“It's been discussed many times how the 27-7 loss last November in Atlanta was disastrous for this team. Looking at stats, it was clearly most disastrous for Dak Prescott. In terms of how it mentally affected Dak and this team, it was one of the worst losses in Cowboys regular season history.

Let’s look at Dak’s stats pre 2017 Atlanta game, then after the Atlanta game all the way to now.

DAK STATS BEFORE 2017 ATL GAME
2016- 23 TDS, 4 INTs
2017- (before Atl game) 16 TDs, 4 INTs 
COMBINED 2016 and 8 2017 GAMES BEFORE ATL GAME: 39 TDs and 8 INTs

DAK STATS AFTER 2017 ATL GAME 

2017-(after Atl game) 6 TDs, 9 INTs
2018- (so far) 11 TDs, 5 INTs 
COMBINED 2017 and 2018 STATS AFTER ATL GAME: 17 TDs, 14 INTs
 

Just looking at Dak’s stats it’s pretty clear that Atlanta game last year did something to his confidence and performance. 

I clearly remember watching Chaz Green get destroyed play after play by the mediocre Adrian Clayborn and also watching in sheer disbelief as Garett just stood there clapping while his (at that time) 24 year old QB gets thrown around like a rag doll. And no adjustments were made until late 3rd qtr. Garrett should have been fired on the plane ride home.

Coaching matters. And as the stats make clear, some games are so poorly coached it can have lingering effects. Especially when the head coach is the worst in the league at managing in-game situations. The game Sun in Atl is a chance to exercise those demons or to add to them.”

It's crazy how Dallas Cowboys fans and media remain in the past that's 27-7 loss still haunts them huh lol

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On 11/17/2018 at 0:06 PM, R_The_Great said:

Please remember you said this till after the game.  We don't have Clayborn anymore and they won't have Chaz Green playing left tackle.  We need our defense to come up so big like its a playoff game.  That is of course, they aren't thinking "Its just the Cowboys."  I mean I don't want to make any assumptions that they want or not want to show up for Sunday.

Oh yeah, I got that same energy. 

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