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I'm a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan, but I don't like what I see right now.
I'm also a coach, so I look at the Cowboys from a perspective of how well they are maturing as a team.
I think they are floundering around, without a leader that can show them the right direction. Each time they get a leader, they let him go because they don't recognize it. I'm talking about two players, in particular, but I won't name them here.
Jason Garrett may be a popular guy and wear a winning smile, but I believe it is his inability and lack of instincts in coaching that have caused this Cowboys team to underachieve since his arrival in 2007.
I am an amateur writer(which means I am not paid), but I am also a coach in youth leagues, but I am not coaching at the present time. I also owned and operated my own commercial metal stud/drywall/Acoustic ceiling installation business until a short time ago, and now I am considering the future as to what it is that I will pursue.
I hope that you enjoy reading my articles. I try to present an honest and informative take on the situations I write about. I am not writing to be popular, and I will only write what I believe to be true. Often my feelings on a subject don't match the prevailing sentiments, but they are based on what I believe to be the facts.
My favorite article to date is, "Dallas Cowboys: Is Jason Garrett the Frying Pan, or Fire?" , which I think aptly describes the issues of the 2010 season, and one of the reasons that the Cowboys continued to struggle for the past three years and even through today.
One more thought: Just because a man wears a hat and a headset and has the authority to make up a line-up doesn't make him a coach.
I believe that real coaches are blessed with certain instincts that separate them from the rest. I think it takes a true coach to fully understand the meaning of "it's how you play the game".
Thank you for your time reading my articles.
Cowboys fans will really be sick if Tashard Choice becomes the feature back in Buffalo. He has already shown that he can carry the load and I think he can be an NFL leading rusher.
It seems that more and more players will have to be concerned with their age at the end of a long term contract.
With Tony Romo nearing Peyton Manning's age group, it's not looking good for him to be in Dallas in four or five more years, and with Garrett still learning that could mean it's time for a new quarterback in the 2012 draft.
It seems that the NFL owners are more hesitant to pay out big money to even their franchise quarterbacks at times- but they still gamble on certain positions like running back and wide receiver.
I can't believe the Colts will let Manning walk. Peyton Manning could become the first quarterback to win a Super Bowl with two teams.
I had a few readers that didn't come here to read. They followed me from a message board and came in and really posted some rude and childish messages. I apologize in advance if my readers happen across these comments. There are idiots in the world, and we just have to deal with them until they find some other way of getting their attention.
I am amazed at the variety of readers I hear from. I try to be as courteous as I can to them in my responses to their comments. You always get a few that are "out there", but it's just part of the game.
I don't try to write to please others, but I try to give an honest perspective on the issues.
From time to time I submit these articles and I hope you enjoy reading them.