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(Sporting News)   The guy who replaced Rob Ryan may end up breaking the record for all time worst defense set by the guy who Rob Ryan replaced   (sportingnews.com) divider line 37
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2013-11-23 07:26:26 AM  
Jerry Jones: The coaching legacy killer
 
2013-11-23 07:33:41 AM  
None of this would matter if Romo was just a little more clutch in the fourth quarter, of course.
 
2013-11-23 07:46:09 AM  
Jerry Jones and Dan Snyder are the best things that have ever happened to the Philadelphia Eagles.

/go iggles
 
2013-11-23 08:23:17 AM  

Peter von Nostrand: Jerry Jones: The coaching legacy killer


He really has become the new Al Davis: the game has long since passed him by, and he just refuses to give up any control of the team.

At least Lil' Danny Snyder isn't actually the Redskins' GM.
 
2013-11-23 08:42:47 AM  
But the team will finish .500 again, so there isn't any need to take drastic action. Always just one player or coach away from the playoffs, we swear
 
2013-11-23 08:51:29 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: Jerry Jones and Dan Snyder are the best things that have ever happened to the Philadelphia Eagles.

/go iggles


Yep, look at all those Lombardi Trophies the Eagles have to show for it.
 
2013-11-23 08:58:20 AM  
15-20 more years of this, Cowboys fans! The rest of the country was super-excited by this news!
 
2013-11-23 09:01:19 AM  
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As much as I love to give those goofy bastards crap and revel in their failures they really can coach their asses off.  I kinda of wish Buddy would have had the foresight to teach one of them offense so they could co-headcoach a team.  They would make an awesome heel to troll the shiat out of everyone.
 
2013-11-23 09:06:19 AM  
img.fark.net

See.  That is way way more satisfying than this:

www.ngngsports.com
 
2013-11-23 09:14:32 AM  
I blame Condorcet.
 
2013-11-23 09:46:32 AM  

jayhawk88: 15-20 more years of this, Cowboys fans! The rest of the country was super-excited by this news!


Gawd.
I'm to old.
 
2013-11-23 09:59:09 AM  
But, but... Jerrah said the old defense was too effective, and Jerrah gets what Jerrah wants.
 
2013-11-23 09:59:51 AM  
Fark Jerry Jones.
One of that clown's first moves when he bought the team was to fire Tom Landry, one of the classiest and best coaches in the league.
That move probably would have ended up working out much better down the line with Jimmy Johnson, if he didn't let his massive ego
get involved. Johnson knew what he was doing both on the field and in the draft room. He turned the team into a champion again, but
farking Jones couldn't let Johnson get too much credit for that. Nooooooooo!  Since then, the revolving door of coaches every 2-3 years
and a once great team slides into mediocrity or worse, but that fark Jones can't see that it's all his fault so that's where they will remain
until he hires a real GM and moves back to his office where he can just count his money all day.
Fark Jerry Jones. FARK HIM!!!

/Cowboys fan.........sob..
 
2013-11-23 10:05:02 AM  
I walked into a toupee shop and asked for a Rob Ryan.
The man said come back in three weeks.
I said why so long?
He said he'd have to go to Africa and kill a lion.

true story
 
2013-11-23 10:05:09 AM  
You know, I had a sad when the Saints hired Jesus Ryan, but it's turned out OK.

/ ten days to prepare for the Seahawks
// that playoff loss a few years back still stings
/// still should be the best MNF game of the season
 
2013-11-23 10:20:02 AM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: None of this would matter if Romo was just a little more clutch in the fourth quarter, of course.


Done in 2
 
2013-11-23 10:21:00 AM  

Piizzadude: Incorrigible Astronaut: None of this would matter if Romo was just a little more clutch in the fourth quarter, of course.

Done in 2


wait, let me add that if he didn't have a roster killing contract it could have bought some defense. Just a thought. You ought to win something before you get the money
 
2013-11-23 10:47:57 AM  
Dat headline...

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2013-11-23 11:02:39 AM  

Le Bomb Suprize: I walked into a toupee shop and asked for a Rob Ryan.
The man said come back in three weeks.
I said why so long?
He said he'd have to go to Africa and kill a lion.

true story


meetthematts.com
 
2013-11-23 11:09:59 AM  
I wonder what it must feel like to know there's an entire city praying for your death, since they've given up on you firing yourself?
 
2013-11-23 11:13:46 AM  

Slow To Return: I wonder what it must feel like to know there's an entire city praying for your death, since they've given up on you firing yourself?


You give him too much credit. I don't think he's that self-aware.
 
2013-11-23 11:23:04 AM  
As an Eagles fan, i am ok with this.
 
2013-11-23 11:25:12 AM  

Slow To Return: I wonder what it must feel like to know there's an entire city praying for your death, since they've given up on you firing yourself?


The sad thing is, in 2005, a lot of us in New Orleans felt that way about Tom Benson. And now, Tom Benson owns a better franchise than Jerruh. Amazing.

As for Monte Kiffin, fark him for siring that shiatty Hell-spawn Lane. fark him until the end of time.
 
2013-11-23 11:26:02 AM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: Slow To Return: I wonder what it must feel like to know there's an entire city praying for your death, since they've given up on you firing yourself?

You give him too much credit. I don't think he's that self-aware.


Well, Jerry, if you're reading this, I just want you to know:  I am praying for your death.

Eat more bacon.
 
2013-11-23 11:30:11 AM  

Nabb1: Slow To Return: I wonder what it must feel like to know there's an entire city praying for your death, since they've given up on you firing yourself?

The sad thing is, in 2005, a lot of us in New Orleans felt that way about Tom Benson. And now, Tom Benson owns a better franchise than Jerruh. Amazing.

As for Monte Kiffin, fark him for siring that shiatty Hell-spawn Lane. fark him until the end of time.


but Benson's not the GM. How involved was he in the Payton/Bree's decisions?  Because that's what saved your franchise.
 
2013-11-23 11:41:28 AM  
Someone should have sent Jones to the nut house when he fired Jimmy Johnson.
 
2013-11-23 12:32:11 PM  

jake_lex: Peter von Nostrand: Jerry Jones: The coaching legacy killer

He really has become the new Al Davis: the game has long since passed him by, and he just refuses to give up any control of the team.


QFT.

And I hope Jerry is GM in Dallas for another 30 years.  Let that fail train roll.
 
2013-11-23 01:06:37 PM  

beerrun: Fark Jerry Jones.
One of that clown's first moves when he bought the team was to fire Tom Landry, one of the classiest and best coaches in the league.
That move probably would have ended up working out much better down the line with Jimmy Johnson, if he didn't let his massive ego
get involved. Johnson knew what he was doing both on the field and in the draft room. He turned the team into a champion again, but
farking Jones couldn't let Johnson get too much credit for that. Nooooooooo!  Since then, the revolving door of coaches every 2-3 years
and a once great team slides into mediocrity or worse, but that fark Jones can't see that it's all his fault so that's where they will remain
until he hires a real GM and moves back to his office where he can just count his money all day.
Fark Jerry Jones. FARK HIM!!!

/Cowboys fan.........sob..


You obviously don't remember how bad the Cowboys were those last few Landry years.  Replacing Landry with Johnson is one of Jerruh's good GM moves, probably the best.  Landry was a great coach, but it was time to move on.  As for 'massive ego', Johnson had and has a whopper...those two weren't going to last long as a team, ever.

Still, you reached the right conclusion with all those inaccurate arguments.  Fark logic and fark GM Jones...GMones?...Gmoans?
 
2013-11-23 01:16:21 PM  

elguerodiablo: [img.fark.net image 440x248]

See.  That is way way more satisfying than this:

[www.ngngsports.com image 665x375]


cluck..........went the chicken.....and that's how we do it.......on..........Broadway!!!!!!
 
2013-11-23 01:42:34 PM  

Waldo Pepper: DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke: beerrun: Fark Jerry Jones.
One of that clown's first moves when he bought the team was to fire Tom Landry, one of the classiest and best coaches in the league.
That move probably would have ended up working out much better down the line with Jimmy Johnson, if he didn't let his massive ego
get involved. Johnson knew what he was doing both on the field and in the draft room. He turned the team into a champion again, but
farking Jones couldn't let Johnson get too much credit for that. Nooooooooo!  Since then, the revolving door of coaches every 2-3 years
and a once great team slides into mediocrity or worse, but that fark Jones can't see that it's all his fault so that's where they will remain
until he hires a real GM and moves back to his office where he can just count his money all day.
Fark Jerry Jones. FARK HIM!!!

/Cowboys fan.........sob..

You obviously don't remember how bad the Cowboys were those last few Landry years.  Replacing Landry with Johnson is one of Jerruh's good GM moves, probably the best.  Landry was a great coach, but it was time to move on.  As for 'massive ego', Johnson had and has a whopper...those two weren't going to last long as a team, ever.

Still, you reached the right conclusion with all those inaccurate arguments.  Fark logic and fark GM Jones...GMones?...Gmoans?

I don't believe most folks have an issue with Landry being replaced, iirc it was the way that jones did it with zero respect given for Landry. Heck even the most diehard Redskin's fan thought the way it was handled was horrible towards Landry. 

http://www.knowyourdallascowboys.com/2010/04/14/1989-review-jerry-jo ne s-fires-tom-landry/


Yes, that is correct. He had to go, but not like that. Not anywhere close to that.
 
2013-11-23 01:59:54 PM  

tmcottle: elguerodiablo: [img.fark.net image 440x248]

See.  That is way way more satisfying than this:

[www.ngngsports.com image 665x375]

cluck..........went the chicken.....and that's how we do it.......on..........Broadway!!!!!!


that led me to watching this.

 www.youtube.com/watch?v=jR4lLJu_-wE

Which was pretty great.
 
2013-11-23 02:41:46 PM  
Monte Kiffin is still alive?!
 
2013-11-23 04:38:19 PM  

RoosterCogburn: Monte Kiffin is still alive?!


Define alive.
 
2013-11-23 04:45:50 PM  
I never knew a man from Arkansas would hate Texas enough to pour billions into trolling the state.
 
2013-11-23 04:58:55 PM  

jake_lex: Peter von Nostrand: Jerry Jones: The coaching legacy killer

He really has become the new Al Davis: the game has long since passed him by, and he just refuses to give up any control of the team.

At least Lil' Danny Snyder isn't actually the Redskins' GM.


The really pathetic part is that Jerry thinks he's doing a great job.
 
2013-11-23 06:19:36 PM  
God damn do I hope the Giants can win the division, the butthurt in Dallas would be epic.
 
2013-11-23 07:15:14 PM  

Piizzadude: Waldo Pepper: DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke: beerrun: Fark Jerry Jones.
One of that clown's first moves when he bought the team was to fire Tom Landry, one of the classiest and best coaches in the league.
That move probably would have ended up working out much better down the line with Jimmy Johnson, if he didn't let his massive ego
get involved. Johnson knew what he was doing both on the field and in the draft room. He turned the team into a champion again, but
farking Jones couldn't let Johnson get too much credit for that. Nooooooooo!  Since then, the revolving door of coaches every 2-3 years
and a once great team slides into mediocrity or worse, but that fark Jones can't see that it's all his fault so that's where they will remain
until he hires a real GM and moves back to his office where he can just count his money all day.
Fark Jerry Jones. FARK HIM!!!

/Cowboys fan.........sob..

You obviously don't remember how bad the Cowboys were those last few Landry years.  Replacing Landry with Johnson is one of Jerruh's good GM moves, probably the best.  Landry was a great coach, but it was time to move on.  As for 'massive ego', Johnson had and has a whopper...those two weren't going to last long as a team, ever.

Still, you reached the right conclusion with all those inaccurate arguments.  Fark logic and fark GM Jones...GMones?...Gmoans?

I don't believe most folks have an issue with Landry being replaced, iirc it was the way that jones did it with zero respect given for Landry. Heck even the most diehard Redskin's fan thought the way it was handled was horrible towards Landry.

http://www.knowyourdallascowboys.com/2010/04/14/1989-review-jerry-jo ne s-fires-tom-landry/

Yes, that is correct. He had to go, but not like that. Not anywhere close to that.


This is Dallas.  Landry is lucky they didn't throw him a parade, driving past a grassy knoll.
 
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