In more ways than one, Jerry Jones has said himself that he believes the Dallas Cowboys future resides in the hands of Wade Phillips. In fact, in a recent interview – Jerry Jones said that the current coaching staff of the Dallas Cowboys should produce a team that will win the Superbowl, on paper, soon - but he (Jerry Jones) was waiting to see if that “on paper feel good feeling” translated into football reality. There are many Dallas Cowboys fans that have wanted Wade Phillips fired for years and in the early Wade Phillips years I wanted him fired, too. However, as the end of the 2009/2010 season approached - the defensive coaching wisdom of coach Wade Phillips, began to finally start to take shape as the Dallas Cowboys soundly defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in their first playoff victory in more than a decade.
I have written here about personal feelings, many times before, when it comes to who I think would be the best future coach for the Dallas Cowboys. Tony Dungy is the only coach that I would like to see lead the Cowboys into the future, but the 64,000 dollar question is would Cowboys owner Jerry Jones want a strong willed coach like Dungy leading his team and could Coach Dungy be convinced to come out of retirement to lead the Dallas Cowboys to another Superbowl win as their new head coach? Since it is unlikely that Jerry Jones or Tony Dungy will ever get together on the same page, right now I would like to see coach Wade Phillips NOT be fired as the head football coach of the Dallas Cowboys by Jerry Jones. The end of the 2009/2010 Dallas Cowboys season was such a breath of fresh air for victory hungry Cowboys fans, that I think Jerry Jones should give Wade Phillips one more year to try and transform the Dallas Cowboys into a Superbowl contention team.
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