3 things to digest before the Dallas Cowboys host Los Angeles Rams

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3. Jerry Jones versus the world

So, I just told you the Dallas Cowboys aren’t winning this game. This means that the top brass in Dallas will surely fire Jason Garrett, right? Think again, Cowboys Nation.

I haven’t offered my thoughts on firing Garrett during the season, until now. Look, we all know I am big Jason Garrett fan (yeah right!). Let’s say the Cowboys stink it up at AT&T Stadium on Sunday, which has them going 1-5 the last six games.

Who in your opinion takes over for Big D? Rod Marinelli, the defensive coordinator, owns a fancy 0-16 record to his name. Kris Richard is a shell of his shell. Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore is in his rookie year with play-calling duties. Again, who does Dallas turn to?

Jerry Jones? Stop. Well …

Look, there’s no way Jason Garrett is on the 2020 ballet. Yes, in essence, I’m saying the 2019 Dallas Cowboys stand no chance of reaching the Super Bowl, let alone the NFC Championship game.

Garrett will finish out the 2019 season. It will be embarrassing. It will feel like an eternity. And yes, Jerry Jones will continue his hoorah of speeches, exclaiming his favoritism for Garrett and his everlasting hope that he will get the job done.

Truthfully, the Dallas Cowboys players deserve better. The fan base absolutely deserves better. My poor heart deserves better too (thought I’d throw that in there as well).

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Since 1995, the Dallas Cowboys fan base has served as Jerry Jones’ greatest bulletproof vest. Fans can only take so much, and with a fourth straight loss looming, Jones must prep for a volcano eruption in Big D.