Jerry Jones Says He’s Not Making A Coaching Change

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones stated after his team lost to the Bills 26-15 on Thanksgiving that Jason Garrett will remain head coach.

“I’m just not going to make a coaching change. It’s not impossible for us to do more than just show up in the playoffs,” Jones said h/t ProFootball Talk.

Jones is holding out hope the 6-6 Cowboys can make a run and win the NFC East. They remain a half a game ahead of the 5-6 Eagles and could still host a playoff game with remaining regular season contests against the Bears, Rams, Eagles and Redskins.

Garrett has survived the hot seat before but with his contract up at the end of the season, it feels different this time. It’s also believed the only way Garrett can earn a new deal in Dallas is to win the Super Bowl.

Garrett seems to have lost the fan base as he was heavily booed by the Arlington crowd when he was introduced on Thanksgiving.


One response to “Jerry Jones Says He’s Not Making A Coaching Change”

  1. […] The Cowboys are 6-6 and remain a half a game ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East. As for the future of head coach Jason Garrett, you can read what Jerry Jones said at this link. […]

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