Why Is Jerry Jones Leaning Towards Jason Garrett As Next Head Coach?

Many reports have been circling that Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys are prepared to remove the “interim” label from Jason Garrett’s title and make him the team’s next head coach. It almost seems like a foregone conclusion, but ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is not so sure.

Yes, Garrett has done plenty to earn the job and the team seemed to rally around him to close off the season. However, are there more qualified and better candidates to lead our Cowboys to the next level? Mortensen examines the question in the following video:

Where would you all like to see the coaching search go? Should we bring back Garrett or go after a big name guy? Sound off!

Topics: Cowboys Coach, Dallas Cowboys, Head Coach, Interim Head Coach, Jason Garrett, Jerry Jones, NFL

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