Another day, another bold statement from Jerry Jones. On Tuesday, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys once again gave his thoughts on head coach Jason Garrett.
This season obviously hasn’t lived up to the hype for the Cowboys. Even though Jones has put together an incredible roster, the team has yet to defeat an opponent with a winning record.
Dallas reached its lowest point of the season on Thanksgiving, when almost every unit struggled in a double-digit loss to Buffalo.
Once the game went final and the Cowboys dropped to 6-6 on the season, the consensus around the league was that Jason Garrett would have no chance of returning as the head coach next year.
Jones might not re-sign Garrett for next season, but he does believe he’ll have a job in the league.
During his recent appearance on 105.3 The FAN, Jones said “In my opinion, Jason Garrett will be coaching in the NFL next year.”
Jerry Jones on @1053thefan said he’s seen list of rumored candidates to be the Cowboys’ coach in 2020, “but they can’t guarantee me or my fans a Super Bowl.” Believes Garrett has skill set to lead a team there. “In my opinion, Jason Garrett will be coaching in the NFL next year.”
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) December 3, 2019
That’s not exactly a ringing endorsement when it comes to Garrett’s chances of staying in Dallas.
Unless Garrett leads the Cowboys to the Super Bowl this year, he’ll probably be looking for a job elsewhere. The New York Giants are reportedly interesting in making him their next coach.
Do you think Dallas re-signs Garrett or moves on from him?