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Coaches Hot Seat Has Its “Biases” – A Coaches Hot Seat Member From Dallas That Gave-Up on the Dallas Cowboys Over A Decade Ago During the Dave Campo Disaster – Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett’s Winning Percentage Against Teams With .500 or Better Records = .194! (Same Winning Percentage Applies To Cowboys QB Tony Romo!) – Oh Jerry Jones…YOU Are Such A Very Damn Stupid Man….Check That….Such A Very Damn Stupid Idiot! – Go Stanford BEAT Michigan State in the Rose Bowl!

If there is one thing we have always admitted here at Coaches Hot Seat it is that we are human beings and thus we have biases and generally our biases related to football run towards….

Stanford Football


…..and for all our lives until 2013 the San Francisco 49ers (see HERE and HERE for why that changed) but then when we say we are “biased” towards Stanford Football and used to be “biased” for the San Francisco 49ers that means we are…

Much Harder

….on those teams because we have always expected a Helluva lot out of both the Cardinal and 49ers and in fact one of the primary reasons that Coaches Hot Seat was created in the Fall of 2006 was to try and help run off former Stanford head football coach Walt Harris who of course was fired in December 2006 and replaced by Jim Harbaugh a few weeks later at almost the exact moment Coaches Hot Seat went live on the Internet.

We do have many members of Coaches Hot Seat that grew up in other parts of America and attended college in the San Francisco Bay area and one of those CHS Members grew up in the Dallas, Texas area in the 1960s and 70s and the first time we met this very long-time friend of ours around 1980 we can remember very well that his dorm room was decked-out in Dallas Cowboys gear which was then one of the top teams in the NFL every season.


Of course, the Great Bill Walsh moved from Stanford to the San Francisco 49ers in 1979 and over the next few years the 49ers and Cowboys played some of the greatest games in NFL history including the infamous now…

1982 NFC Championship Game at Candlestick Park

….on January 10, 1982 otherwise known here at Coaches Hot Seat as…

The Catch Game!

Several current Members of Coaches Hot Seat sat together at Candlestick Park on that January 10, 1982 for that Cowboys – 49ers NFC Championship Game dressed wearing various things that signaled our love for the San Francisco 49ers EXCEPT for our friend from Dallas who sat in the middle of a sea of garnet and gold in the hated blue and white colors of the Cowboys and cheered like crazy for his Cowboys….until the end of the game of course!

Needless to say the end of “The Catch” game with the 49ers coming back to beat the Cowboys stunned everyone at Candlestick and led to a lot of ribbing of our friend from Dallas then….and over the past 30-plus years…..but our friend from Dallas left Candlestick Park in January 1982 a Cowboys fan and was a Cowboys until as he has told us many, many times….

“Jerry Jones brought back Dave Campo for a THIRD year (2001 – 2002) after the Cowboys went 5 – 11 in Campo’s first two seasons coaching the Cowboys.  That was IT for me and I was done with the Cowboys….at least in this lifetime or until Jerry Jones sells the team!” (Dave Campo went 5 – 11 also in his third year as head coach of the Cowboys for a three-year record of 15 – 33!)

Let’s just say sometime in January 2002 our friend from Dallas tossed ALL of his Dallas Cowboys gear into the garbage and has never changed his mind in the last 10-plus years on what a Complete Freaking Disaster that Jerry Jones has been for the Dallas Cowboys football team.

There are all kinds of numbers that one can cite to show what a Complete Freaking Disaster that Jerry Jones has been for the Dallas Cowboys football team including the FACT that….

The Dallas Cowboys have won ONE Playoff game since 1997

…..but this week our friend from Dallas who has a keen eye for numbers took a look at the three-and-a-half years that Jason Garrett has been the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and came up with some startling FACTS that should end ALL debate on whether Jason Garrett should be fired by Jerry Jones…..IF Jerry Jones is interested in winning….

Games, Divisions, Conferences and Championships meaning Super Bowl Championships in Dallas

….because IF that is the case then Jason Garrett should be FIRED this morning in Dallas and for why that should happen this morning in Dallas let’s go Joe Friday and get “Just the Facts Ma’am.”


Below is a quick analysis done by our friend from Dallas on…

Jason Garrett’s Win/Loss Record Against

Teams with .500 or Better Records

Teams with .499 or Worse Records

….over the last three-and-a-half years and don’t forget these records also apply to Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo who in our opinion here at Coaches Hot Seat is the Most Overrated Quarterback in NFL History.

Read below and prepare to be stunned and/or laughing like Hell if you don’t care much for Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys!


Jason Garrett, Head Coach of Dallas Cowboys, Win/Loss Records

2010:  5 – 3  (Took over for Wade Phillips mid-season)

2011:  8 – 8

2012:  8 – 8

2013:  8 – 8

Overall:  29 – 27

56 Total Games Coached by Jason Garrett

Jason Garrett’s Record Against Teams With .500 or Better Records

Jason Garrett Has Coached 31 Games Against Teams With .500 or Better Records

2010:  3 – 2 

2011:  1 – 8

2012:  1 – 7

2013:  1 – 8

Jason Garrett’s Record Against Teams With .500 or Better Teams Overall:  6 – 25  (.194)

Jason Garrett’s Record Against Teams With .499 or Worse Records

Jason Garrett Has Coached 25 Games Against Teams with .499 or Worse Records

2010:  2 – 1

2011:  7 – 0

2012:  7 – 1

2013:  7 – 0

Jason Garrett’s Record Against Teams With .499 or Worse Teams Overall:  23 – 2  (.920)

That’s right folks!

Jason Garrett’s Win/Loss Percentage against teams with .500 or Better Records is…


….and Jason Garrett’s Win/Loss Percentage against teams with .499 or Worse Records is…


Oh, that is so Damn Freaking Funny!

YES….the above .194 Winning Percentage Against Teams with .500 or Better Records over the past three-and-half-years applies to Cowboys QB Tony Romo as well!


The TRUTH:  Anyone with a working brain and/or IQ above room temperature would immediately fire ANY coach with the above Win/Loss Record against Teams with .500 or Better Records and yet Jerry Jones is keeping Jason Garrett around so….

Ask yourself why?

Got that Jason Garrett is a first-rate ass-kisser on a team that is owned by someone that values above everything else on Earth having his ass-kissed ALL OF THE DAMN TIME?

YES….in our opinion of course!


The TRUTH II:  Jerry Jones is one of the Stupidest Damn People now alive on Planet Earth…..in our opinion of course!

Jason Garrett = Mister .194!

Jerry Jones = A MORON!

BE PROUD Jerry Jones because YOU Jerry Jones are going to go down in American Sports History as the…

STUPIDEST Owner of ANY Sports team in the History of American Sports

….in our opinion of course!

YES….our long-time friend from Dallas is laughing like Hell right now as this blog post was being written and posted!

Go Stanford BEAT Michigan State in the Rose Bowl!


Coaches Hot Seat NFL Quotes of the Day – Tuesday, December 31, 2013 – Tom Clancy

Coaches Hot Seat NFL Quotes of the Day – Tuesday, December 31, 2013  – Tom Clancy


“America is the most inventive country in the world because everybody has access to information.”


“Fighting wars is not so much about killing people as it is about finding things out. The more you know, the more likely you are to win a battle.”


“I was one of the first generations to watch television. TV exposes people to news, to information, to knowledge, to entertainment. How is it bad?”


“I’ve made up stuff that’s turned out to be real, that’s the spooky part.”


“In the Soviet Union it was illegal to take a photograph of a train station. Look what happened to them. They tried to classify everything.”


“It’s not right to say that our loss in Vietnam turned out to be a gain. But lessons were learned. And they were the right lessons.”


“Life is about learning; when you stop learning, you die.”


“Man is a creature of hope and invention, both of which belie the idea that things cannot be changed.”


“No matter what you or anyone else does, there will be someone who says that there’s something bad about it.”


“Nothing is as real as a dream. The world can change around you, but your dream will not. Responsibilities need not erase it. Duties need not obscure it. Because the dream is within you, no one can take it away.”


“People live longer today than they ever have. They live happier lives, have more knowledge, more information. All this is the result of communications technology. How is any of that bad?”


“Probably what pushed the Russians over the edge was SDI. They realized they couldn’t beat us.”


“Show me an elitist, and I’ll show you a loser.”


“The control of information is something the elite always does, particularly in a despotic form of government. Information, knowledge, is power. If you can control information, you can control people.”


“The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make sense.”


“The good old days are now.”


“The human condition today is better than it’s ever been, and technology is one of the reasons for that.”


“The U.S. Military is us. There is no truer representation of a country than the people that it sends into the field to fight for it. The people who wear our uniform and carry our rifles into combat are our kids, and our job is to support them, because they’re protecting us.”


“There are two kinds of people: the ones who need to be told and the ones who figure it out all by themselves.”


“There used to be this country called the Soviet Union; it’s not there anymore. Our technology was better than theirs.”


“There was a time when nails were high-tech. There was a time when people had to be told how to use a telephone. Technology is just a tool. People use tools to improve their lives.”


“Whenever somebody comes up with a good idea, there’s somebody else who has never had a good idea in his life who stands up and says, Oh, you can’t do that.”

Wikipedia:  Tom Clancy


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