New offensive line coach Bill Callahan said that one of the reasons that he took the job with the Dallas Cowboys is because he sees the team as having the talent to be a Super Bowl team:
"A lot of this went into the decision-making factor to come here. I looked at the opportunity. Hey, I've been part of a Super Bowl team but didn't have a chance to win a world championship. We came close, but didn't do well on that particular day. This team has a lot of those ingredients that are there, that can make this team great."
Being the offensive coordinator Callahan is saying all the right things about the talent the Cowboys have, and he also went on to praise the playmakers on the offensive side of the ball in Tony Romo, Jason Witten, Dez Bryant and Miles Austin. However, Callahan is also the offensive line coach and that position is one part of the offense that needs a lot of help if the Cowboys want to take the next step.
Not that the Cowboys do not need any more pressure than they normally have, Callahan now needs to back up his talk about how talented the offense he is now in charge off.
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