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Do You Believe Jerry Jones When He Says Jason Garrett is Safe?

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Do You Believe Jerry Jones When He Says Jason Garrett's Job is Safe?

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Here’s my take:

“As reported by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram‘s Clarence Hill on Thursday, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones told reporters that Dallas head coach Jason Garrett would return next year, regardless how the team finishes this season. Unfortunately, I think he was being 100% honest. If Dallas was in any other division in football, we’d be talking about possible mid-season head coach replacements. But here in the NFC East, you can still be a bad team and get into the playoffs. And let’s face it, the Cowboys are a bad team right now. I think this group desperately needs a change at every major coaching position. But Jones has seen just enough to convince him the playoffs are in reach, and that the team is heading in the right direction. I also think his loyalty to Garrett blinds him from the truth. This statement, this late in the season, pretty much seals it. Prepare for yet another blah season under the Jason Garrett Experiment.“

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  • californy

    Lets continue to see why Jason Garret Job may not be safe. The Giants started 0-6, and with a Cowboy lost and Eagles lost they will be on pace to overtake the division. I could be wrong but I don’t think ay team ever been 0-6 and won the division.

    Now let look at the Eagle Scenario, The Eagles lost more player this off season than the boy have off of their defense. The Eagles have a new starting defesive line when they went to a 3-4 from a 4-3 defense, and this year the Eagles have a new starting QB and a rookies head Coach to boot. I don’t see that JJ can sell us on this team when a rookie Head coach can out play the Cowboys and win the division.. The fans are not dumb enough that they wont see the real truth

  • californy

    JG does offer something to JJ more than a win and loss record. He offer a distraction from this team real problem at the GM position.. JG will be JJ fall guy eventually,it may not happen this season because the other 2 fall guys are already in place with Callahan and Kiffen.

  • SmartThinking

    If Dallas beats New York and either Green Bay and/or Chicago, then Garrett’s job is secure until the season’ send. Then, a full and critical assessment of the past three years.

    If Garrett loses to New York and both Green Bay and/or Chicago, then all bets are off and he gets the chop the day after the Chicago game.

    Jones was in the mood to fire Garrett and the entire coaching staff the day after New Orleans. His comments to the media were the most telling I’ve ever heard from the man. I think the only reason he didn’t do it then, going into the bye, was because he had no one waiting in the wings to take over or no one on the coaching staff he trusted enough to move up.