Indeed, while Jones said there will be fewer changes on the staff than last year, and also said he’s in no hurry to finalize things, his unwillingness to commit to the coordinators seems to speak volumes.
Jerry Jones reaffirmed his commitment to head coach Jason Garrett on Tuesday, but the status of Garrett’s coordinators is still in limbo.
The Dallas Cowboys lost their final game of the season, and missed the playoffs as a result, for the third straight year. However, for all the problems and difficulties, there is still room for optimism when it comes to the Cowboys’ future.
Another win-or-go-home game to finish The Dallas Cowboys season, another heartbreak for fans.
You can’t point to one game where Jason Garrett’s on-field coaching has won a big game, but we can all name the losses. It’s time. Red’s run needs to be over.
Sources tell 105.3 The Fan’s Mike Fisher that Garrett’s coordinators are on ‘shaky ground’ following the team’s third consecutive 8-8 season.
After three consecutive 8-8 seasons and zero playoff appearances, one question looms as the Cowboys heads into the offseason: Will head coach Jason Garrett be fired?
Word came last week that, if the Dallas Cowboys missed the playoffs for the third straight season, the entire coaching staff might lose their jobs. With the back injury to Tony Romo, the writing might be on the wall.
The Dallas Cowboys are holding on to the slimmest of hopes that quarterback Tony Romo’s season isn’t over due to what sources say a disc-related problem in his back that is related to last April’s surgery on the same area.
Following an MRI on his back, there are national reports that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the season due to a back injury.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett discusses Washington Redskins win, Tony Romo’s injury, and the “Garrett shove” on 105.3 The Fan.
Tony Romo flashed a thumbs-up as he walked off the field after a season-saving win in Washington, then put his right index finger in the air.