Tony Siragusa weighs in on Cowboys' problems
FOX NFL analyst Tony Siragusa joined the show to talk about the big stories around the League.
Siragusa weighed in on the problems with the Cowboys. He said that if he ran a team, he’d hire a good facilitator and someone who could handle the media. Goose thinks the coordinators determine how good a team is.
Siragusa also said that teams that give their coaches time tend to do better. Sometimes it takes a while to work.
Siragusa agreed with Dan that QB rating is silly, especially since they’re so depending on receivers actually making catches they should. “Receivers really determine how good a quarterback is or isn’t,” Siragusa said.
Siragusa also talked about the devastation from SuperStorm Sandy in his home state of New Jersey. He said television and the internet don’t do justice to the amount of damage.