Most of y'all know that I'm not a Cowboys fan, but, I've always had a tremendous amount of respect for Tom Landry (as most football fans do). Did any of you catch The NFLs Man in The Hat: Tom Landry last weekend? I knew some of the stuff about him: 2 Super Bowl titles, 5 NFC titles, 13 Divisional titles, a 270-178-6 record, 20 straight years of winning seasons, yada yada yada, but what I did not know was the depth of his genius as an innovator of schemes. That part of the documentary just blew my mind. I had no idea that he invented the 4-3 defense, the flex defense which led to the Doomsday Ds, and all the various offensive systems that he created and implemented (like the man in motion and shotgun). His name should be right up there with Lombardi (who he coached with) and Walsh. Maybe it is in many people's minds, but his name is definitely there in my mind now.