Well, the waiting is over. Bill Parcells has made his decision and it's the one I was hoping for. He is NOT coming back as Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys.
I say "Good Riddance!" This is a coach that was 2-3 at the end of each season in his 4 years as the Cowboys coach. This is a coach that was 0-2 in the playoffs as the Cowboys coach. This is a coach that could never win the big games here, especially this year when he let the Saints and the Eagles beat him and blew a golden opportunity to win the division. This is a coach that lost a plyoff game this year to the Seahawks because he was too stubborn to change his plodding offensive ways and throw it down the field against a weak Seattle secondary. This is a coach who messed up at the game's most important position, quarterback. And this is a coach who would never even mention T.O.'s name, calling him "the player" instead.
I thought when Parcells signed on with the Cowboys that we were getting a coach that was a winner, knew how to win, and knew how to build a champion. Instead we got mediocrity, bad draft picks, bad free agent signings, and a bad feeling in my stomach thinking about the waste of time these last 4 years have been.
Good bye, Bill. I'm glad you're gone.