Fleetwood Mac manufactured this message: You can go your own way.
Only, if you are the Dallas Cowboys, you just can’t.
The next best thing for Jerry Jones to do is to hire a voodoo wizard to uncover what black magic hides underneath the armor. But outside of holding some ritual around AT&T Stadium, Jerry Jones should fire Jason Garrett.
Garrett finished his third full season as the head coach. Each season ended at a 8-8 mark.
Is it all Jason’s fault? Hardly. At the same token, however, a new voice, with a new identity, is required. Though you’d like to see optimistic qualities in your coach, applause and lipstick aren’t necessary instruments. That blueprint is beta.
Sometimes it is okay to admit it won’t be okay. To go easy on the lipstick. To hold a fist instead of clapping.
But you won’t get this from Jason Garrett. The position should be vacant.
Current defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer of the Cincinnati Bengals should be the 9th head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.