Now that the Dallas Cowboys are up to FIVE Pro Bowlers after another memorable 8-8 regular season, there is no reason to change a single thing. At least that is what the man in charge, Mr. Jerry Jones, is thinking.
Jerry has become Jake Blues: "We'll put the band back together, do a few gigs, we get some bread. Bang! Five thousand bucks."
It's gonna be great. Just like the '70s. And the '90s.
In this incredibly depressing interview with Carlos Mendez from the Star-Telegram from the Senior Bowl in Alabama, Jerry Jones has decided to keep a good thing going. Defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin and offensive coordinator Bill Callahan and head coach Jason Garrett are all coming back in 2014.
The defense should expect to be gutted, not that it already wasn't by Week 17 of the regular season last year. If DeMarcus Ware is back, which it is beginning to look like he will not, at a minimum the Cowboys will force him into a pay cut.
The secondary - Morris Claiborne, Brandon Carr (maybe), Orlando Scandrick, Barry Church and J.J. Wilcox should be back. Linebackers Bruce Carter, Sean Lee and DeVonte Holloman should return. On the line, defensive end George Selvie should be back.
And Dan Bailey (thank God). And Chris Jones.
It's gonna be great.
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