Parcells puts his stamp on Dallas' D
Although the Bill Parcells era in Dallas might not last much longer, there is no question that in this offseason, the head coach changed the look of his team on both sides of the ball. He is adding his stamp to it, and he is going to put a team on the field that reflects his personality and his past successes.
Dallas offensive coordinator Sean Payton will oversee the passing game, while Tony Sparano will oversee the run game, but these two seem to work well together, and there should not be a lot of conflict. A lot of teams in the NFL split the duties in terms of game plans and preparations, and with Maurice Carthon gone to Cleveland, it seams to make sense for Dallas.
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