The Dallas Cowboys, no matter the coach, have been a finesse football team for about 50 years now. By contrast, the Pittsburgh Steeler have always been a brutal force team.
Why has this never changed? The teams have been successful. They’ve been losers. But they never change this identity.
It makes sense that stadium and weather will be the primary determinants for a football team’s identity. Pittsburgh has lousy weather and an outdoor stadium, so power football makes sense.
Dallas only rarely has snow. It’s more suited to finesse football even though its stadium (until now that it has a choice) was under the stars.