It's clear Jerry Jones made the decision to push Bill Callahan into the playcaller's seat for the Cowboys in 2013.
Callahan is used to working with the West Coast offense and not the timing-based offense coach Jason Garrett uses.
Callahan did fine with the passing attack but struggled with the run game. A slight adjustment to the structure, moving Wade Wilson to the press box to help Callahan read the defenses faster, seemed to help as the season progressed.
So, why would Jones make a change now?
It doesn't make sense.
When Garrett called plays, there were questions about his lack of use of the run game. Just ask former Cowboys running back Felix Jones what he thought of the run game.
You might get the same answer from DeMarco Murray, the man in charge of putting the run game in gear on the field now.
Both would say there's been an inconsistent use of it.
One thing Callahan can say is that he has a 1,000-yard rusher in Murray, something Garrett wasn't able to do as the playcaller.
Of course, the Cowboys weren't perfect. There were too many games where Dez Bryant disappeared and not because of the defensive alignments.
The Cowboys were a poor third-down team, converting just 35 percent. Callahan gave quarterback Tony Romo too much freedom to check out of run plays to pass.
Yes, Romo had the power -- thanks to Jones -- to make calls, but Callahan needed to stick up for the calls that were made on the field.
No offense is perfect, but one thing we liked with Callahan was that the Cowboys did score some points.
The Cowboys finished 2013 scoring the fifth most points in the league and fourth most in the red zone, scoring 92.2 percent of the time.
Tight end Jason Witten finished with eight touchdown catches and Bryant had 13 to go along with 1,233 yards.
Rookie receiver Terrance Williams emerged as a threat with his 736 yards and five touchdowns.
The offensive line, considered a mess in training camp, morphed into something solid and produced a Pro Bowler at left tackle in Tyron Smith.
So there was some good.
Callahan had his issues, but he should be given another chance to move the offense forward.