Okay. We all know Jason Garrett had a more than impressive regular season with the Dallas Cowboys. But it didn’t pay off for them in the playoffs, and just days after the debacle, sources close to the Ravens say the team is trying to make Garrett the third head coach in Ravens history.
Garrett could very well be the man for the job, seeing that he spent an entire season with Terrell Owens without a blow-up. The Ravens offense looks like it could be poised to put up numbers similar to the Cowboys with personnel like Mark Clayton, Todd Heap, and Willis McGahee. The offensive line, with the exception of Jonathan Ogden, is forming up like the Cowboys of the 90’s.
But questions remain about how the team’s direction at quarterback, and the productivity of an aged defense. What kind of leader will Garrett be with an egotistical collection on the defensive side of the ball? Who will he bring in to coordinate the defense?
While there may be significant questions, all signs point to Garrett being a good answer for the Baltimore Ravens, should he accept the offer.