Jason Garrett – Dallas Cowboys
Call our very own Zach Wolchuk (@ZachWolchuk) because George is calling Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett a dummy. One of the many reasons listed on the pod is the three playoff appearances in his nine years (including one year in 2010 where he was the offensive coordinator before becoming a head coach in week 10).
He’s had some good quarterbacks to go with it. While having Tony Romo and Dak Prescott, to only have two playoff appearances is laughable. While having Romo since he started, he went 8-8 from 2011-2013 before a random 12-4 season in 2014. Immediately after his 12-4 season, the Cowboys went 4-12 in 2015. That season was when his starting quarterback went down after going 3-1. After surgery and another injury, the Cowboys and Garrett started Dak Prescott in 2016. They finished 13-3 with a dynamic duo of Prescott and Ezekiel “Zeke” Elliott. Since that 13-3 season, the Cowboys have been brought back down to earth with 9-7 and 10-6 seasons.
The record stat should be alarming for Dallas Cowboy fans. Dak Prescott was not bad last season, Zeke ran the ball like a bat out of hell, and the defense was excellent. There is a lot of promise for the Dallas Cowboys but with the way Jason Garretts records are, “Americas Team” is destined for a bad season.
Dan Snyder – Washington Redskins
I mean, where do we start with this one? Dan Snyder has been the Washington Redskins owner for quite some time and has not been a fan favorite. He forced the team to draft Robert Griffin III and then still drafted Kirk Cousins in the fourth round (both quarterbacks are no longer with the side). He has also attempted to override the decisions of his team. Overpaying players, firing coaches, keeping coaches too long, oh and the name of his team.
The Washington Redskins name has been talked about for quite some time. Each time Dan Snyder has said no to a name change. In fact, and get this, Snyder even went on record as saying “We’ll never change the name,” he said then. “It’s that simple. NEVER — you can use caps.” This was during an article posted on May, 9th 2018 by USA Today sports writer Erik Brady. So it is safe to say that no matter what the public thinks, the Washington Redskins will stay as just that.
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Questions from the podcast team
Could Jason Garrett be coaching in his final season as the Dallas Cowboys head coach? Is Dan Snyder the biggest dummy in the NFL? If not, who would you give that title to? Could the Washington Redskins change their name in the near future?
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