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Jerry Jones Reveals He Won't Make A Coaching Change After Loss To Bills

A closeup of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

ARLINGTON, TEXAS - DECEMBER 29: Dallas Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones looks on during the College Football Playoff Semifinal Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Clemson Tigers at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ron Jenkins/Getty Images)

The Dallas Cowboys lost another critical game on Thursday - this time to the Buffalo Bills on Thanksgiving Day. But it doesn't look like head coach Jerry Jones is ready to pull the plug on the Jason Garrett era just yet.

Jones, after his team's loss, told reporters that he has no plans to make a coaching change. Jones apparently still believes the team can finish strong and make a playoff run.

The Cowboys are 6-6 and far out of the race for a Wild Card spot. They'll have to win the NFC East, which could be tough given Philadelphia's schedule down the stretch.

Jones was apparently emotional after the game with reporters.

Dallas was considered by many to be one of the Super Bowl favorites heading into the season, given its personnel. The team has fallen short of expectations, to say the least.

Dallas has the Chicago Bears, the Los Angeles Rams, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Redskins left on its schedule. The Cowboys will likely need to go a minimum of 3-1 down the stretch to reach the playoffs.

The Cowboys next get the Bears next Thursday night.