Jason Garrett Out If He Doesn’t Win Super Bowl

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Word surrounding the Dallas Cowboys organization is the only way that head coach Jason Garrett can save his job with the team is to win the Super Bowl. While Garrett has survived a hot seat hotter than an inferno before, rumors feel different this time.

Garrett is 83-64 in 10 years as head coach of the Cowboys but that includes a 2-3 playoff record, with zero Super Bowl appearances. One thing he’s done recently that has generated considerable criticism is his refusal to integrate statistical analysis into his decision making. This was on display in last Sunday’s 13-9 loss to the Patriots when he decided to kick a field goal.

Executives throughout the league feel like Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has already narrowed his focus on potential replacements for Garrett. Two of those candidates are Urban Meyer and Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.

Meyer of course has had tons of success at the college level but has never coached in the NFL. McDaniels was last a head coach for the Denver Broncos and failed.

Garrett’s contract with the Cowboys is up after this season and the only way for him to get a new one is to win a championship.

Source: Mike Freeman