Report: Jason Garrett needs to ‘make playoffs and beyond’ to keep Cowboys job
The Cowboys feel they have the right roster in place to contend for a title, and Jones alluded to poor coaching with some remarks he made after Sunday’s loss to the New England Patriots. Dallas spent huge money on an extension for Ezekiel Elliott and believes Dak Prescott is a franchise quarterback, so Jones is obviously upset with the underachieving.Despite all that, the Cowboys remain in first place in the NFC East with a record of 6-5. Losing to the Patriots probably didn’t irritate Jones as much as some of the egregious coaching blunders late in the game.
Troy Aikman slams Jerry Jones , Jason Garrett : Don ’ t know how Cowboys come back from this . Troy Aikman has some advice for Jason Garrett . The Fox broadcaster slammed his former backup quarterback in postgame comments after the Dallas Cowboys ’ 31-24 loss to the Chicago
Former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman , who has a relationship with both Jones and Garrett , broke down just how dysfunctional the team is during “I think [ Jerry Jones ] so badly wants Jason to do enough so that he can keep his job. And I believe that you could maybe even make the argument
Troy Aikman has some advice for Jason Garrett.
The Fox broadcaster slammed his former backup quarterback in postgame comments after the.
"I don't know how you come back from this. I really don't," Aikman, theand , said on the Fox postgame show. "They got embarrassed in that game."
Jason Garrett reportedly will finish season as Cowboys’ head coach
Jerry Jones has always pushed back against midseason firings. With his Cowboys still in first place, that makes a lot of sense. Let’s see how the season plays out before drawing a final conclusion. A separate report earlier on Thursday indicated that barring a deep run in the playoffs, Garrett will not be back in Dallas. One potential candidate has emerged if there’s a coaching change.Garrett boasts a 83-64 record in nine-plus seasons as the Cowboys’ head coach. He has yet to lead Dallas beyond the NFC divisional playoffs during that span.
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Troy Aikman has adopted a strikingly contrarian viewpoint on the Dallas Cowboys ‘ hierarchy and its underlying flaws. Whereas most blame coach Jason I think organizations, I think anyone worth their salt evaluate it from the top down. And just simply changing the coaching, you know , I don ’ t know if
Aikman questioned whether Cowboys players are buying into hope on the basis of playoff contention.
"I don't know how you sell that if you're Jason Garrett or Jerry Jones or anyone," Aikman said. "When you have a performance like that to say, 'Hey. But we’re still alive. We’ll go play this week against the Rams and it’s all right out in front of us.'
"I don’t think the players hear that. I wouldn’t hear it if I were them. And this is on the players as much as it is on the coaches. They've got to be better. I’m not sure I’d even talk to the team this week. I'd just say, 'Let’s go play next week and you guys figure it out.'"
Jerry Jones: Jason Garrett Will Be Coaching in the NFL Next Year
Jerry Jones made his weekly appearance on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas this morning and gave his weekly affirmation that Jason Garrett is still the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. Will he be next year? Jerry was a bit more vague. Jerry Jones: “In my opinion, Jason Garrett will be coaching in the NFL next year.” — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December 3, 2019 That is beautifully unspecific. Will he be coaching the Cowboys? Is there more context? Yes. Jerry Jones on @1053thefan: “Nobody has the exclusive skills to get the job done so that collectively you can win a Super Bowl. But there are qualified people. Jason Garrett is one of them.
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Garrett is in his 10th season as Cowboys head coach, compiling an 83-66 record in that stretch. Only five other NFL coaches’ tenures date longer, and all have won a Super Bowl. Jones said afterthat But after the Cowboys’ third straight loss — and seventh since opening the season 3-0 — Jones reiterated after Thursday night's game that he will not fire Garrett before the Cowboys host the Los Angeles Rams next week.
“Everybody that’s healthy that’s coaching will be coaching,” Jones told reporters from Soldier Field.
Jason Garrett Cowboys job still safe.
Jerry Jones: "Everybody that's healthy that's coaching will be coaching."— Jori Epstein (@JoriEpstein)
After hosting the Rams, the Cowboys head to Philadelphia then host the Washington Redskins, both also in contention for the title in a weak NFC East. The 6-7 Cowboys remaindespite their losing record. The Philadelphia Eagles, at 5-7, host the New York Giants on "Monday Night Football."
How long do we have to wait until Jerry Jones fires Jason Garrett?
It has to be a matter of when, not if. So why wait?Why wait?
Owner Jerry Jones is the omnipresent voice of the team and that "starts to take away some of the authority of the head coach," according to the Hall of There is plenty of talent, Aikman said Tuesday during his weekly radio appearance in Dallas, but a Cowboys team that is “definitely going the wrong
Troy Aikman criticizes Jerry Jones ' management style: 'It hasn’ t been very effective for a while'. Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett ’s seat is as hot as it has been in his 10 years coaching "You’ve got a head coach who comes down and says we’re going to evaluate the kicker, and then the
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones responds to Troy Aikman's criticism: ‘He would do it exactly like I do’ .
Troy Aikman had some pointed remarks about Jerry Jones, but the Cowboys owner and GM said his former QB wouldn't run a team any differently.Troy Aikman, FOX’s lead NFL color analyst, has recently reiterated his interest in running an NFL team as a general manager. But he said recently he wouldn’t want to be general manager for an owner like Jones, whom Aikman deemed “real stubborn and steadfast that he’s the one in charge.