COMMENTARY: Rob Ryan left Dallas feeling disrespected, and rightfully so, too. – – – While he didn’t make drastic improvements to the Cowboys’ defense, he helped put their name in the mid-rankings of the league’s defensive statistics. – – – Jerry Jones wanted improvements, correct? Ryan did that, or did he not? No, not consistently. And that’s been the problem for this team as of late. Consistency, that’s the key. But it’s not so crystal clear to Jerry Jones. To be in his shoes though, he has a tough as nails job to do, and he is doing what he said he would make changes, these changes however are only COACHING CHANGES that have yet to live up to the hype. – – When you’re in Jerry’s shoes these things aren’t so crystal clear,you kind of need a microscopic magnifying glass, just like Nick Saban.
– – – It’s a low-blow to Ryan, who help put in the time and efforts to make the changes. The thing about the NFL is you don’t have much time, or so that’s how it seems. Winning is expected, and small changes, improvements or not, have a big tax, to pay on them Ryan has payed his taxes. – – – With Montee Kiffin up next on the clock, he’s got to start somewhere.
And that’s where Ryan left off.