Big “D” Or Big “G”? Did Jason Garrett Eliminate Competition By Firing Sherman?

January 11, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

"Don't make waves if you want to stick around here" is a quote many have heard around the workplace.
It usually comes from "yes" men—a man or group in a clique that try to silence others, afraid that ownership will see something out of someone else who might hurt their own standing with the company.
Is this the mentality of the newest Cowboys administration under Jason Garrett? Before you say "no," you might want to talk to Terrell Owens.
By now it has been reported that Ray Sherman has been fired by Jason Garrett in a move that has surprised most analysts and media outlets.
The question is, "Why?"
After all, Ray Sherman is not only a wide receivers coach. He has 35 years of coaching experience, as opposed to Garrett (6). He served as the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1998 and the Minnesota Vikings in 1999. Before that he was the offensive coordinator for the Jets in 1994 and the Falcons ...

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