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    Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

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    Interviewing Garrett to see what head coach they need - offensive or defensive. Jones has always liked Garrett (as have I) and many speculate he'll eventually be the head coach in Dallas.

    Personally I'd be much more in favor of Wade over Norv. While Norv was a great OC in Dallas that helped them win - I never saw him as a head coach. Plus I think Phillips and the Cowboy personnel on defense fits perfectly.

    Interesting that the head coaching position seems to hinge so much on the abilities of a targeted OC.



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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    Both these guys are great coordinators, but never great head coaches, I hate when owners can't realize who are good coaches and good coordinators. Wannstedt, Turner, Phillips, just to name a few, coordinators, not coaches!!! Cam Cameron, coordinator, not a coach, why would you hire someone who couldn't succeed at Indiana, come on, he is a good COORDINATOR, some owners just look at the hot names and forget to do research, I think, I don't think Huizenga realized he was hiring the old Indiana coach whose offense consisted of Randle El running in circles, whose offensie line coach was MARTY FRICKIN FINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    Jones has to be kicking himself for letting Sean Peyton go...




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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    Tuner or Phillips? I just got a flashback to Handy Manny episodes. Wait no that was Turner or Philipe.


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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    As a Cowboys fan, I don't know who I want most. Both Turner and Phillips bring positive qualities, but their career record as a head coach impresses no one.



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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    Neither have had much success as head coaches. I think Jerry is going to go for a big name. I'm hearing Dan Reeves name pop up. However, until Jerry stops bringing in players like Owens, the problems won't end.


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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    Reports are Garrett has been hired by Dallas...

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    What's interesting, as some specualted - the role is not yet determined. It seems he'll be at minimum the OC and possibly - get the HC job.

    Very interesting to take a guy like Garrett who's been nothing more than a back-up QB and QB coach - directly to head coach - should that happen.

    Toss in dealing with T.O. and all that a Dallas HC has to tolerate - woah- that's a lot for a green guy like Garrett.

    More "drama" in Big D.....



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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    Did they ask what TO wanted?


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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    I'd think Dallas could get someone better than either of these 2 guys. Why would they want to recycle old head coaches?

    I'm surprised Chicago D-Coord Ron Riveria hasn't gotten any offers. I guess that could be that his team is still playing.

    Maybe they should go after Nick Saban.



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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    No one can even talk to Rivera right now.



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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

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    No one can even talk to Rivera right now.
    I didn't know that was actually a rule. Makes sense then.

    So it could turn out that taking a team to a Super Bowl could actually cost some coordinators a shot at being a HC the next year...



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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    As a Dallas Cowboy fan I would really like to see Lovie Smith in Dallas...its kind of an outside chance, but it's been thrown around. Lovie grew up idolizing the Cowboys and Jerry Jones absolutely loves him. Also you KNOW he would no longer be the lowest paid coach, not even close, he might even become the highest paid, bcuz you know Jones is not shy about dishing out top dollars.



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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    When did teams start hiring coordinators before head coaches? I don't ever remember this being done before this year. Seems odd...



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    Re: Turner or Phillips expected as next head coach for Dallas

    Lovie will get a nice fat raise at the end of this year, you can count on that.



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