Dallas Cowboys: 10 takeaways from All or Nothing on Amazon Prime
2. The Leader
After disappointing games, we can hear owner and general manager Jerry Jones give the locker room speeches. Cameras are not allowed in, but the audio shows a clear and crisp Jones at his best.
Well, there’s an obvious problem.
Why is the owner giving a speech in the first place? Perhaps his heart can’t contain the losing streak, or possibly he wants to vomit Garrett’s message for all to see. I don’t know.
Though Jones is elegant, smart and savvy with his words, there’s a better platform for the owner to get his message across.
Here, we see the head coach regulated to his cheerleader position. (See number one from this list.)
3. In Rich we trust
Special Teams coach Rich Bisaccia is off to the Oakland Raiders. He joins head coach Jon Gruden, whom he worked with before.
For what it’s worth, I really think Bisaccia did a better job of coaching and leading than anyone else on the show. He was brutally honest at times, which made him for a tough cookie. But at the end of meetings, he made all the guys hug it out and shake each other’s hand.
And you know what, the players genuinely bought into the camaraderie. I loved it. The cameras caught authenticity in the players and the importance of teammate dynamics.
It should be noted that no clapping was involved.