The Dallas Cowboys sit at 3-0 on the season and just dismantled the Miami Dolphins with an impressive all-around performance.
The offense under new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore is firing on all cylinders and the defense has been stellar through three games.
Despite the team's success, head coach Jason Garrett remains in the final year of his contract. Jerry Jones made it clear Garrett won't receive a new deal before the end of the year.
ESPN's panel of NFL analysts addressed a possible change at the coaching spot if the Cowboys don't succeed this season.
During the segment, NFL insider Dan Graziano mentioned current Cowboys tight end Jason Witten for the potential opening.
"If Garrett does not have a successful season this year with a playoff run, you could be looking at changes. You could start hearing names like Lincoln Riley, or inside-the-building names like Kris Richard or Kellen Moore. There are even people that think at some point the Cowboys head coach could be Jason Witten," Graziano said.
Witten spent the 2018 NFL season in the broadcast booth.
He returned to the field after just one year of retirement and could be a better fit on the sidelines than he was in the booth.
Of course, this is assuming Garrett doesn't lead the Cowboys on a deep playoff run.