Who’s on the hot seat, halfway through the season?

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Week Nine has ended, which means that all teams have played at least eight games. One of those teams already has fired its coach. History says at least several more will do the same.

So who’s in trouble with eight weeks left in the season?

In no particular order, here’s a list of the guys who currently could be learning in less than eight weeks that their services no longer will be needed.

Jason Garrett, Cowboys: There’s a growing belief in league circles that, if the Cowboys don’t make it to the playoffs, Garrett will be gone. The real question is whether owner Jerry Jones would hire an A-list, type-A replacement or another B-level coach who will gladly let Jones be the actual or perceived puppeteer.

Dirk Koetter, Buccaneers: The situation is becoming more dire for Dirk. And he surely knows it, as evidenced by the misguided, desperate, and clunky fake punt in the latest, loss to the Panthers.

Todd Bowles, Jets: After a 3-3 start, the Jets have lost three in a row, and CEO Christopher Johnson could be ready to find an offensive specialist who will get the most out of quarterback Sam Darnold.

John Harbaugh, Ravens: Though he’d be unemployed for hours not days, a failure by the Ravens to rectify a 1-4 free fall could bring the Harbaugh era to an end. Which could result in the Browns finally hiring a Harbaugh to coach the team.

Adam Gase, Dolphins: Currently 5-4, a disastrous finish could prompt owner Stephen Ross to forget about that unlikely 2016 playoff berth and make a change. If Gase stays, he may have no choice but to replace Ryan Tannehill at quarterback.

Vance Joseph, Broncos: Denver needs to finish 5-2 to avoid the first back-to-back losing seasons for the team since 1971-72. As a result, anything other than 5-2 will make Joseph’s termination more likely — unless G.M. John Elway opts for a third chance to prove that he made the right hire in 2017.

Mike McCarthy, Packers: With a new G.M. who seems to be intent on doing things differently and a direct-line reporting obligation to CEO Mark Murphy, a failure to make it to the playoffs despite having one of the best quarterbacks in league history could result in another coach finally getting a chance to get it done in Green Bay.

Pete Carroll, Seahawks: An unsettled ownership situation actually could help Carroll get another year, since it could be months before an answer emerges as to what will happen with the franchise. With Carroll under contract, it could make sense to stay the course until the next owner decides what he or she wants to do.

 

106 responses to “Who’s on the hot seat, halfway through the season?

  1. Harbaugh would not touch the Browns. He would go to the Jets and sign Lev Bell in his first big move.
    And in 4 years he’d be on to another team…

  2. Cowboys need an alpha coach. BADLY. Garrett would make a good GM.

    Ravens would be crazy to ditch Harbaugh.

    It’s criminal how the Packers have squandered Rodgers.

  3. Gase no doubt, the offensive “genius” whose offense ranks near the basement and cannot score with a terrible defense to match.
    Of course he doesn’t even watch when the defense is on the field.

    Complete disaster as a HC, awful drafts and personal moves as well. No leadership skills and cannot handle key players.

    Other than all is, he’s a keeper!

  4. Go ahead and add Gregg Williams on that list already because we all know that Cleveland’s head coaches tend to be on the hot seat often.It’s a redundant cycle over there.

  5. How can it NOT be Jason Garrett??? Because he does everything that HC Jerry wants… and Jerry knows it.
    Wow they were BAD last night… TERRIBLE.

    Joseph – YEP… BLEW 30 seconds… when they were HUGE to make that Field Goal. Critical error in a critical situation = the big L.

  6. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:

    How could McCarthy be on the hot seat? I’ve been told over and over that they’re still the team to beat in the NFC North.
    ###

    And you got that right from a Packer stockholder – so it must (not) be true…

  7. man967 says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:00 pm
    Harbaugh would not touch the Browns. He would go to the Jets and sign Lev Bell in his first big move.
    And in 4 years he’d be on to another team

    Harbaugh was born in Toledo and went to college in Ohio. He would make the move not only because of those reasons but to also stick to the Ravens twice a year for letting him go.

  8. I think you guys are underestimating how pissed off bills fans are with McDerrmott. sundays game had the lowest local TV ratings in years and we`ve seen a lot of crap football. the Pegulas, clueless as they are, must notice stuff like that

  9. As much as I hate Harbaugh I can imagine a scenario in which he survives. Ozzie is gone after this year and Flacco should be dumped after the 2020 season. Will cost a significant dead cap hit but they need to,stop that madness at some point. Letting Harbaugh manage the next two ‘dead years’ and not inflicting them on a new coach might make sense.

  10. It shouldn’t take a losing season for Packers management to pull the trigger on MM. Packers fans have been able to tell for years that he’s been the issue.

  11. I think the gum chewing, hand clapping figurehead HC for the Cowboys is safe. And if not, would an “A-List” coach really want to go there?

  12. big mike? Why?
    This the 1st time I’ve heard of his potential firing.
    aaron got paid. Is he not happy?

  13. Seriously. Think deeply about this. If it were ANY OTHER owner than Mark Davis of the Raiders, Jon Gruden would have had his shorts thrown out the door the very week of letting Khalil Mack go to another team. What Gruden has done is beyond ethical and logical. Therefore, after 40 years of being a faithful fan I am no longer a part of the “insanity club.” I am free of the Silver and Black. The Davis family continues to defy basic human decency in running a viable operation. They have been the lowest of all NFL teams in terms of … well… literally everything.

    Like I said, think deeply and you would would have to agree the Raiders need to be contracted to a new ownership group just for the sake of what is right.

  14. Counting the days until Garrett gets fired, only to be disappointed again because Jerry doesn’t have the wherewithal to fire the GM.

  15. Jerrah should just transfer Garrett to head cheerleader. Dude can clap better than a motivational speaker on meth….

  16. The Packers are still the team to beat in the North Division, because nobody else is running away with it. The Packers act like they need it. The Bears act like they want it. The Lions act like they don’t. The Vikings act like they bought it.

    McCarthy? I’ve said it before………the guy plays “not to lose.” I couldn’t care less if he got his walking papers. I’d rather mid-season, right now, than waiting another year.

  17. McCarthy will be fired, a new offensive system will be in place, and the Diva Rodgers will struggle in his final few years in the league.

  18. “If Gase stays, he may have no choice but to replace Ryan Tannehill at quarterback.”

    I didn’t know that Gase was a quarterback!

  19. Koetter is a good coach when he gets good QB play. The Jameis Winston fiasco is on the GM, not the coach. Bowles will be fine once Darnold gets a few more games of experience. Gase doesn’t have a top QB, so I can’t evaluate him. Harbaugh and Pete Carroll are great NFL coaches. If they’re not winning, talk to their GM’s. Vance Joseph could be a great coach, but we’ll have no idea as long as Denver keeps pushing the restart button prematurely. McCarthy doesn’t impress me, but neither does their football operation. Aaron Rodgers would have a few more rings with the right organization.

  20. Jerry likes old-school too much to fire Garrett. The typical drive is run, run, pass, punt. If they get a 1st Down, they start over with run, run, pass, punt.

  21. gtodriver says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:09 pm
    Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:

    How could McCarthy be on the hot seat? I’ve been told over and over that they’re still the team to beat in the NFC North.
    ###

    And you got that right from a Packer stockholder – so it must (not) be true…

    As a Packers stockholder, I can assure you McCarthy is definitely on the hot seat. I’m not sure he’ll be retained even if they make the playoffs, unless they win a game or two. The lack of discipline on this year’s team has been appalling.

  22. Mike McCarthy will be coaching in Cleveland next year. Dorsey will hire him the minute the Packers let him go or he might even leave on his own to go there.

  23. My guess is out of ALL those listed above –

    I’d say John Harbaugh & Pete Carroll are for certain the only ones that survive
    for another season.
    Garrett may get another crack solely because Jerry is…well Jerry !
    McCarthy is on the bubble – he could pull this season out & impress his new GM enough.
    Bowles, Koetter & Joseph have proven their not HC material – coordinators…maybe?
    And last but not least Adam Gase – 21-20 after 2 1/2 years & dealing with injuries
    & attitudes, he was considered to be bit of a QB “whisperer” but hasn’t elevated
    Tannehills play to even mediocre – I DON’T CARE WHAT HIS QBR IS!
    It hasn’t translated into wins – and GASE really wasn’t a proven coordinator.
    So does he get a “pass”? Maybe – IF Ross is OK with mediocrity!

  24. hegr8rayfinkle says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:13 pm

    In this order:

    Garrett
    Dirk
    Harbaugh
    Joseph

    Keep McCarthy where he is (said all of the NFC North)

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    Stats would suggest you want MM out of the Division but don’t let the record fool you.

    Team Wins Losses Ties
    Chicago Bears 18 7 0
    Detroit Lions 18 6 0
    Minnesota Vikings 16 8 1
    Overall 52 21 1

  25. Joseph isn’t going anywhere until after the season. He is one of the Broncos best assets to be able to secure a high draft pick in the 2019 draft.

  26. McLardy needs to go, period.
    His thoughts, offense, game management is
    stale to be kind. Could go on, but why?

    Packers need a young coach who has ideas for ther 21st century.

  27. Fat Gruden from Washington on this list – he chose the moribund passer who is a mediocre 6.8 yards per attempt and can’t run an offense that scores over 20 points. Gruden is responsible for camp snowflake which produces players out of shape and who get hurt easily – last year defense, this year the vegan snowflake offensive line.

    He’s had enough time. He’s not fit for the pros. These problems the team has are happening year after year and there is nothing resolved. Spending $80 million on a washed up QB starved the team elsewhere even though that was the very excuse for not signing the three time 4,000 plus yard Kirk Cousins – who will likely pass for 5,000 yards this season.

  28. stellarperformance says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    The Packers are still the team to beat in the North Division, because nobody else is running away with it. The Packers act like they need it. The Bears act like they want it. The Lions act like they don’t. The Vikings act like they bought it.
    _______

    I caught zero logic in all that. And that last bit? Pure gibberish.

    If nobody else is running away with it, why would the third-place team be the team to beat? How about the team that is in first now? How about the team that finished first last year? How about the team that has finished first two of the last three years? I guess I’m just not very bright, but I can’t see why a team that has spent most of the last two years in third place should be considered the team to beat.

  29. Gase has to Go! He is the perfect .500 if you like that kind of thing. He has no control of the players, makes dopey decision for 4th downs, onside kicks and player personnel and most important is the worst OC in the League (calls his own predictable plays). I feel bad for Tannehill. He was good when he had his Oline Starters (11-2 record). However, he has been through 3 different Coaches/Systems, injuries and we can make all the excuses in the world, but for us Fans it is time to depart. New GM, Coaches and QB.

  30. For those that like facts and don’t mind doing some research, look up the records of all the HOF coaches when they had HOF QB’s, and compare it to their records when they didn’t have HOF QB’s. Once you do this research, you’ll turn your attention to the personnel staffs to see who should be on the hot seat.

  31. Packrule — I’m not sure you address the real issue with MM. Sure he’s won, but he has not done nearly enough with 2 HOF QBs for the duration of his coaching tenure — the argument is that the Pack and the HOF QBs have won despite him. Even most objective cheesers have finally come around to that argument, although admittedly stellar has done so kicking and screaming, all the while declaring that the Pack remains the team to beat cause they apparently have more “grit” than everyone else.

  32. How about Matt Patricia and Bob Quinn? Quinn keeps making random moves that are sending the team in the wrong direction, and Patricia lost the locker room in training camp and it’s only getting worse.

    While you’re at it, find a replacement for the Ford family.

  33. How did Sean McDermott not make the list? He was given a lot of sway over the roster even after Brandon Beane was hired. So far he has passed on Mahomes and Watson and traded Tyrod Taylor for a 3rd round pick, staffing the QB position with Allen, Pick6erman, Anderson, and wasted cap space on McCarron before trading him for a bag of old footballs. He traded away Watkins and let Woods and Goodwin walk in free agency and replaced them with Zay Jones and a bunch of scrubs. Oh, and he traded away a pair of 3rd rounders for Stonehands Benjamin.

    In related news, his team keeps getting blown out.

  34. .
    The media has a tendency to put 95% of the blame on the coaching staff while giving incompetent GMs a free pass. Some of these coaches on the “hot seat” have rosters that are woefully subpar. The Jets, Giants and Bills are pretty much performing at a level equal to their ill conceived personnel decisions.
    .

  35. cogitoergopackers says:

    As a Packers stockholder, I can assure you McCarthy is definitely on the hot seat. I’m not sure he’ll be retained even if they make the playoffs, unless they win a game or two. The lack of discipline on this year’s team has been appalling.
    ###

    Just to let you know – I gave your post a “thumbs up” as it was exactly what I’d expect from an honest Packer stockholder.

    My comment was directed specifically towards the most obnoxious Packer stockholder on PFT.

  36. stellarperformance says:

    The Packers are still the team to beat in the North Division, because nobody else is running away with it. The Packers act like they need it. The Bears act like they want it. The Lions act like they don’t. The Vikings act like they bought it.
    ###

    Only in your mind are the Packers the “team to beat in the North Division”. They are tied with the Lions with 3 wins and they lost to the Lions.

    Bears act like they want it – check

    The Lions act like they don’t – check (they traded away one of their best WR’s)

    The Vikings act like they bought it – ummmm…. Our QB is signed for over $5 million less than your QB.

    If any team in the NFL was trying to “buy” the NFC North Championship – it would be YOUR Green Bay Packers.

    (Remember – Rodgers had 2 full years remaining on his current deal – no need to redo his deal)

  37. charliecharger says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    Koetter is a good coach when he gets good QB play. The Jameis Winston fiasco is on the GM, not the coach. Bowles will be fine once Darnold gets a few more games of experience. Gase doesn’t have a top QB, so I can’t evaluate him. Harbaugh and Pete Carroll are great NFL coaches. If they’re not winning, talk to their GM’s. Vance Joseph could be a great coach, but we’ll have no idea as long as Denver keeps pushing the restart button prematurely. McCarthy doesn’t impress me, but neither does their football operation. Aaron Rodgers would have a few more rings with the right organization.

    —–

    Do you watch Tampa Bay play?? He is always getting out-coached and is still making rookie HC mistakes in year 3.

  38. McCathy should be extended rather than fired.

    The Packers have … Asron Rodgers.

    Who else?

    The Packers consistently compete with the best in the league.

    Getting rid of McCarthy would be like getting rid of Rodgers — the worst possible move.

    The Packers need a decent defense, not a new coach.

  39. 6ball says:
    November 6, 2018 at 6:09 pm
    .
    The media has a tendency to put 95% of the blame on the coaching staff while giving incompetent GMs a free pass. Some of these coaches on the “hot seat” have rosters that are woefully subpar. The Jets, Giants and Bills are pretty much performing at a level equal to their ill conceived personnel decisions.

    ****************************************************

    The media can’t afford to cut off the hands that feed them.

  40. I cannot believe Jon Gruden isn’t on the list! I have screamed it out that the only reason he won a Super Bowl with the Bucks is because he INHERITED the team Tony Dungy built and coached. After that year Bucks did nothing. Chucky has squandered one of the if not Best player on any defensive team, and don’t forget the receiver, and others. The only one that loves Chuck is…well…Chucky. he is a puke and I cannot stand him.

  41. bkgrime says:
    November 6, 2018 at 6:19 pm
    charliecharger says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    Koetter is a good coach when he gets good QB play. The Jameis Winston fiasco is on the GM, not the coach. Bowles will be fine once Darnold gets a few more games of experience. Gase doesn’t have a top QB, so I can’t evaluate him. Harbaugh and Pete Carroll are great NFL coaches. If they’re not winning, talk to their GM’s. Vance Joseph could be a great coach, but we’ll have no idea as long as Denver keeps pushing the restart button prematurely. McCarthy doesn’t impress me, but neither does their football operation. Aaron Rodgers would have a few more rings with the right organization.

    —–

    Do you watch Tampa Bay play?? He is always getting out-coached and is still making rookie HC mistakes in year 3.

    Koetter has built one of the most powerful offenses in the NFL. His players always play hard for him, even when the season is lost. He obviously makes good halftime adjustments, since the Bucs are always playing way better in the second halves than the firsts.

    He’s not perfect. He knows nothing about defense and hasn’t found the right guy to fix Tampa’s. But if I ran the Bucs, I’d keep Koetter simply to keep the continuity and the offensive system. But spend the entire offseason finding the right defensive coordinator, talent, and position coaches to get that defense playing better.

  42. Gase is not getting fired, that is foolish to even put his name on that list. I however do not like him as a HC but he isnt going anywhere. Miami has been hit much harder with the injury bug the last 2 years. Yes you can say next man up etc but the problem is these are core players getting injured for the season. The entire starting OL, 2 starting WR, starting QB, several starting DL and DE and also starting CB. That is not fixed with a next man up. One of these seasons they will get through entire year healthy. Until then you can not judge the HC fairly IMO

  43. sasattack says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:56 pm

    No Mike Tomlin? He’s usually on your list for some idiotic reason
    ———————

    Because he has woefully underachieved given the talent on that team.

  44. Firing Garrett would help Dallas very little or none for it will take a complete house cleaning to get the Cowboys back on Track.

  45. wiltmellow says:
    November 6, 2018 at 6:20 pm
    McCathy should be extended rather than fired.

    The Packers have … Asron Rodgers.

    Who else?

    The Packers consistently compete with the best in the league.

    Getting rid of McCarthy would be like getting rid of Rodgers — the worst possible move.

    The Packers need a decent defense, not a new coach.
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    CORRECTION…The Packers usually GET BEAT by the elite in the league, and then some NOT so elite. They haven’t been the same since they shoved Jordy Nelson out the door! STUPID MOVE…And I am a Vikes fan. All the people Rodgers has thrown under the bus just don’t play for him anymore, his elitist attitude has split the locker room. Packers would be better off to trade him for a few picks.

  46. Omg Pete Carroll? You really are a Pete hater. The Hawks were picked dead last in the west…he and Schneider has them competing with a top 5 defense.

    If Pete signed Colin Kapernik you would be promoting him as Coaxh of the year!

    I hate seeing your biases cropping up here…I’m so over it.

  47. How did Pete Carroll make the list? They were 9-7 last year. So far they have been competitive in every game this year and were picked to be 3rd or 4th in the NFC West before the year. You have smoked yourself retarded if you think the most successful coach in Seahawks history is suddenly on the hot seat after losing like 8 starters from last years defense and still in the top 5 this year.

  48. kevpft says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:03 pm
    Cowboys need an alpha coach. BADLY. Garrett would make a good GM.

    _____

    What the…? What is the evidence for him making a good GM, that he went to Princeton? The guy is involved in all personnel decisions and here they are having been mediocre for nearly all of his years as coach. The best personnel decisions have been the draft picks that Will McClay is in charge of (with the Jones family getting the credit, but still).

    IDK, does an XFL or AAFL team still need a GM? If so, Garrett could get his feet wet there. Otherwise this is the first and last time you will hear anything close to this kind of suggestion. Eventually, the team will move on from him and he will land as an offensive coordinator (perhaps additionally the QB coach) with a mediocre franchise.

  49. The easy ones are Koetter and Joseph. They simply aren’t head coach material. Good coordinators, but not good head coaches.

    If Harbaugh or Carroll were to be fired, they’d both be with a new team just as soon as they wanted to be. They’d have plenty of teams pitching them.

  50. I normally don’t advocate coaches losing their jobs, but Jason Garrett needs to go. Additionally, you can make a case for Todd Bowles being let go, because the NY Jets need an offensive minded coach to develop Sam Darnold and continually inspire the team.

  51. The best year Favre had personally was his first year with the Vikes. Hopefully Aaron can move on and find success elsewhere. Put that train wreck Greenbay behind you!

  52. tylawspick6 says:
    November 6, 2018 at 6:46 pm
    Harbaugh and carroll’s egos sunk them

    harbaugh is wildly overrated and a cheater
    ————-
    Cheater?…Ha!…and your a Patriots fan.

  53. kingthielanscourt says:
    November 6, 2018 at 6:31 pm
    I cannot believe Jon Gruden isn’t on the list! I have screamed it out that the only reason he won a Super Bowl with the Bucks is because he INHERITED the team Tony Dungy built and coached. After that year Bucks did nothing.

    Chucky won a Super Bowl with Brad Johnson as the QB. Dungy had Payton Manning and won the same amount of Super Bowls.
    Who was the better coach ?

  54. The passing of Paul Allen definitely allows Pete Carroll to have temporary job security despite being off to such a slow start after dumping a lot of talented players since the end of last season. He is being paid top dollars because he was regarded as one of the best head coaches in the NFL. It is doubtful that he can get a contract extension that pays him the same amount if his team ends up with a losing record or even becomes the doormat of its division.

  55. Harbaugh will stay put, but Morhinweg will get a pink slip. Garrett should be gone, but he should have been gone a couple of years ago, so who knows. Vance Joseph is a terrible coach. He should be fired. I think McCarthy will be axed too, but will probably get a new job (Browns?) pretty quickly. Koetter is also a goner. He’ll probably wind up as a O Coordinator someplace. Carroll is definitely safe, Bowles should be ok, since they couldn’t have expected the Jets to be doing much, given a rookie QB. And,Gase should be given one more year.

  56. Centered00 says:
    November 6, 2018 at 5:24 pm

    Seriously. Think deeply about this. If it were ANY OTHER owner than Mark Davis of the Raiders, Jon Gruden would have had his shorts thrown out the door the very week of letting Khalil Mack go to another team. What Gruden has done is beyond ethical and logical. Therefore, after 40 years of being a faithful fan I am no longer a part of the “insanity club.”
    ————————————————————————————
    This rant had to have been written by a guy unfamiliar with the NFL salary cap who doesn’t understand that the Raiders couldn’t afford to keep Mack and Carr at the same time.

  57. I am leaning towards thinking that Elway is more delusional than I thought. After the latest comments about Joseph I think he thinks Joseph is fine and Keesum is the franchise savior. If its true what he said it is going to be a long time until the broncos are relevant again.

  58. IIRC, Pete Carroll is being paid $7 million per year (unless he got a raise with his extension). Now that his team is going to miss the playoffs for the second year in a row, that is way too much money. He may keep his job until his contract expires in a couple of years. He may even get another extension, but it is unlikely that he will be paid that much money if his team does not make the playoffs in 2019.

  59. There is nothing wrong with McCarthy other than play calling, but he will be replaced. Gutekunst is changing that roster very quickly. He is going to reload that team and they will kick the snot out of the rest of the division for the next five years. Bet on it. The relationship between McCarthy and Rodgers has gone stale, and that is the big issue. The haters are going to be miserable because Green Bay is the best organization in that division by a large margin.

  60. Two valid reasons that McCarthy has got to go;

    1. No team discipline. If the Packers were a disciplined team we would not be seeing the boneheaded personal fouls that are occurring. Two glaring examples in the Pat’s game, Whitehead slapping the Pat’s center and the roughing the punter call. Also wouldn’t be seeing near the mistakes when playing zone defense with two and sometimes three players in the same zone giving receivers and running backs free reign.

    2. No offensive imagination. It is the same old plays over and over again. Very rarely do you see a screen pass or other offensive play designed to stymy an over aggressive defense. As far as play calling goes they are in 2nd and short situations and ALWAYS go for the long pass play. If it works great, but the odds are against it. If Rodgers gets sacked it is now 3rd and long and the defenses know what to expect, a short pass, well short of the marker and key on the receivers, or an off tackle run and they stuff the hole. It would be nice to see something different. Get the defense guessing and the whole offense will shine.

    The game plan, regardless of opponent, is exactly the same! Get away from the formulaic game plan that the Packers have fallen into every game for the last 3-4 years. The only way to correct the discipline and offensive struggles is to replace McCarthy.

  61. Harbaugh is nothing without stolen Panthers playbooks and half understood schemes he apes from Belichick.

  62. Anyone calling for McDermotts job has their head in the sand. Last years playoff birth was an aberration (2017 Bills were one of the worst offenses to ever make the playoffs). Just be happy McDermott & Beane didnt leverage the 2019 draft and were able to walk away from the 2017 draft with 2 1st round talents.

    Anyone paying attention knew this year would be a step back…

  63. Disagree on Carroll. I think he’s done a great job of rebuilding on the fly and, @4-4, are by no means out of the playoff hunt. 6th seed right now is 5-3-1

  64. I’ve been a Cowboys fan since I was ten years old. 26 years. Watched probably %85 of their games since then. I am officially on boycott until the entire offensive coaching staff is replaced. It’s becoming extremely clear to me that Jones doesn’t care about winning, which in my opinion is the highest level of disrespect you can give to the people who purchase your product.

  65. Sure the cowboys need an “alpha” type but what alpha type in his right mind would take that job while Jerry is still around and making football decisions? Fire Garrett and all they’re gonna get is another Garrett.

  66. The best year Favre had personally was his first year with the Vikes. Hopefully Aaron can move on and find success elsewhere. Put that train wreck Greenbay behind you!

    Yes, his “best ” year ever and even HE couldn’t get the sorry Vikings into the Super Bowl…

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