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    While Garrett got all the credit for the Cowboys offense his first year, Sparano had a big hand in playcalling duties. He leaves for Miami and look at the Cowboys offense last year.

    Just saying..... this would be a big mistake.

    This team needs an identity and Garrett wouldn't provide it.


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    Re: Garrett-Sparano

    Quote Originally Posted by eauclare View Post
    While Garrett got all the credit for the Cowboys offense his first year, Sparano had a big hand in playcalling duties. He leaves for Miami and look at the Cowboys offense last year.

    Just saying..... this would be a big mistake.

    This team needs an identity and Garrett wouldn't provide it.
    Do you even pay attention to what is going on in the league? That offense was battered by injuries and lack of cohesion. They average 25 PPG and 365 YPG with Romo in the lineup ...

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    Re: Garrett-Sparano

    Looks like he's our more than likely the pick, there's nothing we can do.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Varg6 View Post
    Looks like he's our more than likely the pick, there's nothing we can do.
    I suppose that we could support and trust that our GM, whom most seem to regard highly, made the right decision and get behind our new coach; if this is true...

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    Re: Garrett-Sparano

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsInfiniti View Post
    Do you even pay attention to what is going on in the league? That offense was battered by injuries and lack of cohesion. They average 25 PPG and 365 YPG with Romo in the lineup ...

    ...Not to mention Brad Johnson didnt really help out the "flow" of the offense either... the cowboys are known for playing a fast and furious type of offense thats well-balanced, and though im not hoping for garrett im still positive about the situation if he is indeed named HC

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    Re: Garrett-Sparano

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsInfiniti View Post
    Do you even pay attention to what is going on in the league? That offense was battered by injuries and lack of cohesion. They average 25 PPG and 365 YPG with Romo in the lineup ...
    Their Lack of cohesion is reflective on the coaches, because they had essentially the same offensive roster if not deeper. This could be more reflective on Phillips than Garrett, but we will have to wait and see. I trust DeVaney, but I'm not in love with the decision if Garrett is the guy.

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    Re: Garrett-Sparano

    We all have to consider the possibility that none of the other top prospects were that interested in coming to the Rams. This team is for sale. That's got to make any 1st time HC nervous. Especially coming into the mess we've got.
    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RamsInfiniti View Post
    Do you even pay attention to what is going on in the league? That offense was battered by injuries and lack of cohesion. They average 25 PPG and 365 YPG with Romo in the lineup ...
    Right and that offense has some of the best personnel in it with Top 5 players at every skill position, and an OL that saw, what, 4 guys make the pro bowl last season? As well as the addition of Roy Williams mid season to play alongside Terrell Owens.

    Tony Romo
    Marion Barber
    Jason Witten
    Solid OL
    Terrell Owens
    Roy Williams

    Should be able to produce even if one of these factors is taken out of the equation.

    What about the Rams? We have a top-5 player at one skill position, an aging starting WR, a QB that looks shell shocked and a terrible offensive line. Not to mention a defense that won't be helping out offense much down the stretch.
    Last edited by Milan; -01-17-2009 at 02:01 PM.

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