Cowboys better off without Parcells? Prove it

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Big Bill had to go. He had to take his big, demanding, negative butt elsewhere for this Cowboys team to contend for a Super Bowl. Full Story
John Dix

Stockton, CA

#1 Jul 18, 2007
I continue to be amazed at how idiotic you are in what you write. There are moments when you almost seem sane, but then you lose it again.

Bill Parcells had complete and total control of the football program in Dallas. It is correct to hold him responsible for the success or lack of success. Perhaps some players were unwilling to look at themselves, however, all of them? I don't think so.

The truth of the matter is that Parcells was unable to do it again. For whatever reason, he didn't have the drive, he wasn't adjusting to the game,... I don't know. But I do know, he didn't do it. And he knew it to, and that is why he left.

End of story.

Anything else is just your idea, which up to now, I have heard nothing out of you worth reading.

Why don't you write on some other subject and stay away from the Cowboy stories? Write about something you understand (if there is anything). Basically, either contribute or go away, because those of us who do understand are tired of seeing your stupid "contributions".
cowboysfansince7 5

Friendswood, TX

#2 Jul 18, 2007
I do not believe that Coach Parcells' psychological approach was to blame for his lack of playoff success, rather that his outdated read and react defensive schemes had become too predictable and did not best put to use the enormous talent accumulated during his tenure. On the other hand, it is without question that this team is talented enough to make their run now! Wade Phillips' style of 3-4 defense is much more aggressive and certainly less predictable, as evidenced in its productivity in the last couple of years in San Diego. I think we will see down the line that, while the technical aspects of the game may have passed him by, Bill is still a great judge of football talent, and he most definitely left the team much better off than it was before he got there. It is now time for the players to prove that Bill was right to bring them here in the first place. I predict that they will, and I think we now have the right staff in place to make the best use of their talent.
Phil

Stockton, CA

#3 Jul 18, 2007
cowboysfansince75 wrote:
I do not believe that Coach Parcells' psychological approach was to blame for his lack of playoff success, rather that his outdated read and react defensive schemes had become too predictable and did not best put to use the enormous talent accumulated during his tenure. On the other hand, it is without question that this team is talented enough to make their run now! Wade Phillips' style of 3-4 defense is much more aggressive and certainly less predictable, as evidenced in its productivity in the last couple of years in San Diego. I think we will see down the line that, while the technical aspects of the game may have passed him by, Bill is still a great judge of football talent, and he most definitely left the team much better off than it was before he got there. It is now time for the players to prove that Bill was right to bring them here in the first place. I predict that they will, and I think we now have the right staff in place to make the best use of their talent.
Right and double right!
Ed A

Portland, OR

#4 Nov 21, 2007
cowboysfansince75 wrote:
I do not believe that Coach Parcells' psychological approach was to blame for his lack of playoff success, rather that his outdated read and react defensive schemes had become too predictable and did not best put to use the enormous talent accumulated during his tenure. On the other hand, it is without question that this team is talented enough to make their run now! Wade Phillips' style of 3-4 defense is much more aggressive and certainly less predictable, as evidenced in its productivity in the last couple of years in San Diego. I think we will see down the line that, while the technical aspects of the game may have passed him by, Bill is still a great judge of football talent, and he most definitely left the team much better off than it was before he got there. It is now time for the players to prove that Bill was right to bring them here in the first place. I predict that they will, and I think we now have the right staff in place to make the best use of their talent.
This guy should be doing the writing from this point not the fool who wrote the article.
Ed A

Portland, OR

#5 Nov 21, 2007
My only hope is you will write an article about what a fool you are when the Cowboys go 14-2.

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