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Jerry Jones Reportedly Makes Decision On Cowboys Coaching Staff

Jerry Jones speaks with Jason Garrett.

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - SEPTEMBER 29: Jerry Jones owner of the Dallas Cowboys talks to head coach Jason Garrett before a game against the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes Benz Superdome on September 29, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)

On Thanksgiving Day, the Dallas Cowboys fell to the Buffalo Bills after a disastrous performance from the Cowboys offense.

Dak Prescott and company struggled to hold onto the ball en route to a 26-15 loss. Although he finished with over 350 passing yards, his two turnovers cost the Cowboys dearly down the stretch.

After the game, "loud screaming" could be heard coming from the Cowboys locker room. Team over Jerry Jones was visibly upset after the game and reportedly had tears in his eyes as he spoke with reporters.

However, Jones reportedly does not plan to make a coaching change during the season. Jason Garrett is safe, until at least the end of the season.

That goes for Jarrett's coaching staff as well.

NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport reported Jones does not plan to make changes on any of the coaching staff after the heartbreaking loss.

"When Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said there would be no coaching change involving Jason Garrett today, you can extend that to assistant coaches. I’m told no changes are expected for the assistants today, either," Rapoport said.

Dallas entered the season as one of the favorites in the NFC, but the Cowboys are now in serious danger of missing the playoffs.

Philadelphia owns one of the easiest schedules over the final five games of the season. A game between the Eagles and Cowboys in Week 16 could decide the NFC East.