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Blogging The Boys: Scott Linehan wouldn't meet with reporters following Cowboys loss, are his days in Dallas done?
At one point in time, Scott Linehan served as the head coach of the Rams, although they were in St. Louis and not Los Angeles. On Saturday night, he served as the offensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys who saw their season end to his old team.
Linehan's offense has hardly been one of a record-setting nature this season, it's come under on a regular basis. The Cowboys have had one of the NFL's more stale offenses and that was partly the reason why they were spelled from the playoffs out in Los Angeles.
Star-Telegram: Take aim at the defense, Linehan and coaches as Cowboys don't show up in playoff loss to Rams
Midway through the second quarter, a Dallas Cowboys official asked anyone who had ears, "Think we maybe can play some defense tonight?"
No need to single out the defense. Save for the punter, no one else from the Cowboy showed up.
Or by the time they did, the night was too far gone.
On the day news broke from the NFL Network that Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett was likely to be offered a contract extension, both he and his team collectively failed to show up on time for a playoff game.Digital Access For Only $0.
Blogging The Boys: Cowboys vs. Rams Divisional Round playoff game: How to watch, game time, TV schedule, online streaming, radio
The wait is almost over. On Saturday night, the Dallas Cowboys will attempt to reach the NFC Championship game for the first time in decades when they take on the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams are the favored team having secured a first-round bye and home field for the Divisional Round playoff game, but the Cowboy are the hotter team. The Rams are rested, but the Cowboys are riding momentum and confidence.
The game will showcase two of the best running backs in the league in Ezekiel Elliott and Todd Gurley, It also features two of the young guns in the NFL, Dak Prescott and Jared Goff.