Monday, November 12, 2007

And the next head coach of the Eagles is ....

Jason Garrett, the offensive coordinator of those hated Cowboys, is the hottest coaching commodity around the NFL right now.

While it's unclear if the Eagles would pull the trigger if they decide to go in another direction at the end of the season stuck beneath the .500 mark, they should take a real good look at the Ivy educated, former NFL quarterback.

Garrett is a major reason QB Tony Romo has taken such a dramatic jump from last year. The play-calling has been exceptional enough that the Cowboys ()are making it look easy. Their 38-17 rout of the

Every Cowboy is a weapon in Garrett's offense, from Terrell Owens and Marion Barber to tight ends Jason Witten and Tony Curtis.

Garrett, maybe more than head coach Wade Phillips, is the reason the Cowboys are 8-1 and in control of the NFC.

I'm probably not the only guy that would like to see Donovan McNabb in an offense that best suits his talents. And Garrett would find those strengths.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you kidding? We're stuck with Andy Reid for as long as he wants to be coach. He and Jeff Laure and Joe Banner are all stuck together like one big "blog"

November 21, 2007 at 11:50 AM 

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