Dec 18, 2020
Episode 113: Scapegoat Mike Nolan
Ari Temkin (@arisports) and Patrick Conn (@patsportsguy) discuss if The Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Mike Nolan has already lost his job, talk about Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory opening up for the first time after his indefinite suspension, and if the Dak Prescott price tag has gone up. Listen and Subscribe to the Cowboys Beat with Ari Temkin and Patrick Conn on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.
Michael Gehlken from the Dallas morning news says basically Mike Nolan has already lost his job as Cowboys defensive coordinator. Should Nolan be blamed for this terrible cowboys season?
Patrick Conn: "When I see Jalen Smith going to fill a hole and then he spins out of it completely...is that scheme? No that's a player who doesn't have instincts.
Fanatics want Mike McCarthy fired because he had one bad season.
Patrick Conn: "The one thing I do know is this whole multiple defense thing has gotta go."
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Good news, the NFC East officially declared not the worst division since the 1970's merger.
Ari Temkin: "There is still a path, quote on quote, for the Cowboys to make the playoffs, but at this point it would just be best to take this 2020 Cowboys team out back and put the shotgun to it."
Earlier this week Randy Gregory spoke publicly about his indefinite suspension due to his violation of the leagues substance abuse policy.
Randy Gregory sound bite reflecting on his way back to the NFL.
Randy Gregory and Aldon Smith have both had an impressive season despite their struggles and there is potential for them to have an impressive season next year.
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The Television rights deal for the NFL and its major role in Dak Prescott's negotiations last year.
Patrick Conn: "All I've ever heard is how terrible Dak Prescott is by opposing fans, now they want him on their teams."
Listen and Subscribe to the Cowboys Beat with Ari Temkin and Patrick Conn on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.