Well Pasqolini is gone, took a college HC job.
From what I see on blogging the boys, the Cowboys are even interviewing Rob Ryan. Along with previous targets Manusky, and Fangio. Who apparently are both hired by other teams. Steelers secondary coach Ray Horton is another target.
Anyways, a Ryan in Dallas would be quite the circus.
Looks like Garrett is doing the interviewing, so it's a good test to see if Garrett can pick a good assistant.
It's good to see Jerry once again saving the cowboys by addressing the DC position though. Combined with a soft schedule I'm very high on the Cowboys for next year, granted Garret is not a great OC. He is a decent to good one though. I dunno if he's super bowl caliber, but he's 11-5 caliber. And you can always get lucky in the playoffs.
Also interesting fodder about how the Rangers and Texans remain totally irrelevant while Jerry has the Cowboys a bigger draw than ever: http://www.bloggingtheboys.com/2011/1/14/1934753/2010-nfl-season-is-most-viewed-ever-cowboys-remain-biggest-draw
The NFL has, of course, traditionally done well on TV, but this year's success is truly unprecedented: for the first time, an NFL game was the most-watched show among all programs in each of the season’s 17 weeks. Five years ago, not a single game made it into the Top 15.
And the most watched team among the top 19 games? The Cowboys of course, despite or perhaps even because of their dismal 6-10 record. The top rated game? The Cowboys' Thanksgiving game against the Saints.
Also, thought this was funny given the media's bias towards the politically correct AFC, and jives with my personal preferences. Most times I'm much more interested in an NFC game (not always though, Balt-Pitt is the game of the playoffs).
At least one NFC East team played in 11 of the top 19 games, as did the NFC North. Only one game out of the 19 did not feature either a team from the NFC East or a team from the NFC North, and that was the 14th-ranked Jets v. Steelers game.
Well anyway, I'm guessing the Cowboys move quick on a DC. Poor Cahill, first the Texans proved me right by hiring a DC, now the Cowboys will be much better (probably) by bringing in a DC. A double whammy.
This posting software is just horrible. I blame George Soros. Or Fox News. It must be Fox News fault. Like global warming.