ESPN Reports Ravens Offer Jason Garrett Job

According to ESPN, there is a 60 percent chance Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett will become the Baltimore Ravens next head coach. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones apparently told Garrett that he’d match the Ravens offer if Garrett stays in Dallas. Jones doesn’t even know what the offer is, so that is a pretty interesting exchange.

I am really mixed on this news. I like Jason Garrett. However, I think all Dallas fans were befuddled with the playcalling toward the end of the season. But Garrett has a ton of upside and Jones attributes Tony Romo’s transformation to Garrett.

If Garrett leaves, the Cowboys should seek former Colts offensive coordinator Cam Cameron immediately. The Cowboys have the type of offense he could enjoy coaching. I will write more about this later after I leave work.

Topics: Baltimore Ravens, Cam Cameron, Dallas Cowboys, ESPN, Jason Garrett, Jerry Jones, Tony Romo

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