It’s the halfway point of the NFL Season for the Dallas Cowboys and it’s time to reflect on the first half of the season. With two games left before the bye week, the Cowboys are at the 4-4 mark and once again at .500. Reflecting back on the offensive changes for the 2013 season, it’s becoming quite clear either offensive coordinator Bill Callahan isn’t the better fit for this team or it’s still Jason Garrett’s system that isn’t working. Either way, the offense that is currently and has previously taken the field isn’t working. It makes you ponder the fact that since Garrett and Callahan’s offenses are the virtual mirror image of each other, is Callahan really creating and calling the plays? Of course, looking at Callahan’s NFL history the organization might want to rethink keeping him on the pay roll.
Now to be fair, we all know execution is the key to offensive success but even the players are starting to voice complaints, whether we hear them or not, they are on the sidelines with their body language.
So here in the 2013 we have many similarities that show either Garrett has more pull in the offense than General Manager and Owner Jerry Jones wants to admit to the public or not. Let’s take a look at some of these similarities.