Win: Jason Garrett should be gone
The keyword there is “should” because well … owner Jerry Jones can be unpredictable at times. Head coach Jason Garrett has not been a good coach for the majority of his tenure in Dallas. The only clear good season would be the 2016 season.
Jones was very open about his frustrations with how the team has performed. There are also countless clips of Jerry in his booth visibly frustrated and disappointed.
How much of the blame can be put on Garrett, and then how much can be put on the coordinators/players? Now, I’m not defending him, but it’s important to bring up.
Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore is making most of the play calls on offense. On Good Morning Football, Peter Schrager brought up that point, and how Jerry may give Garrett one last “prove it” year where everything runs through him.
On the flip side, Ian Rapoport was on and said that Jerry wants 24-48 hours to let his decision “marinate” and to make sure it is the right decision. I think Rapoport has the more likely situation, and sure hope it is as well.
If Garrett is fired, the coaching hunt will be in full gear. Until that time, Cowboys fans will be left wondering what is going on. It is something that is to be monitored closely.
It would be a win for Dallas because well … Garrett hasn’t done much. He wasted the talents of linebacker Sean Lee, wide receiver Dez Bryant, and even tight end Jason Witten. Dallas needs a change and they need it sooner rather than later.