One must rely on a Pittsburgh Steelers fan to decipher in plain English the nuances that made up the eventual departure of famed head coach Bill Cowher. And if we do that, then we might as well wish for money on trees than think the Dallas Cowboys have a chance to get its second coach named Bill in the history of the franchise.
Nice Pick, Cowher has the scoop here and it’s not an overly optimistic outlook for the Cowboys fans dying to have a guy like Cowher coaching the Cowboys. It sounds like that to get Cowher, Jerry Jones would have to spend money none of us would particularly feel comfortable about. But then again, none of us really like the new prices for Cowboys seats come 2009.
Do we take the attitude of “DO WHAT IT TAKES” to get this coach who guarantees nothing but maybe more discipline? Bill Parcells, known for his iron fist, didn’t exactly have these guys walking on water. It was still a poor tackling, horrible secondary, and too many penalties kind of team. So who thinks Cowher could save this team and ensure the Cowboys secure a Super Bowl win?
When it comes down to it, no one gives a rat’s rear how much Jerry will spend on the next coach of the Dallas Cowboys. But he needs to realize that his prodigy Jason Garrett has shown absolutely no proof that he is capable of bringing the Cowboys to glory. He can’t even run this high-octane offense with regularity. And Wade Phillips is a marshmallow.
WE WANT COWHER! WE WANT COWHER!