Cowboys' Jerry Jones: Jason Garrett Will be NFL Coach in 2020

Carrie Guzman
December 4, 2019

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.

The Giants seem obvious because they're in the same division as the Cowboys, but there are plenty of other options for Garrett should he find himself needing employment. And, then, I approach when I look coach, coach.

Jason Garrett said Monday on 105.3 The Fan that the Cowboys will stick with Brett Maher.

Time will tell when it comes to seeing how this situation with Garrett plays out in Dallas, but at least for Philadelphia fans, if they had to choose between the head coach keeping his job or the Eagles reaching the playoffs, this would be a no brainer. Who has the exclusive skills to do the job so you can collectively win a Super Bowl?

This is a well-put-together Jones, the opposite of what we witnessed following the Cowboys' Thanksgiving Day loss to the Buffalo Bills in which his club was thoroughly outclassed. In fact, he added that if he were to go back to training camp and get the offer of a four-game stretch to earn a postseason berth with the Cowboys' current health and roster, he would take it.

On Thursday, Jones also confirmed, essentially, a pregame report by ESPN's Ed Werder, who learned via high-ranking sourcing that Jones and VP Stephen Jones will allow Garrett to finish the 2019 campaign "no matter what".

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"I know Jason very well".

As explained ad nauseam, it makes sense to retain Garrett while Dallas is still competitive, hanging onto a narrow lead atop the NFC East.

Cue the hypothesis. Jones didn't specify in his feedback whether or not Garrett's National Football League function could be with the Cowboys subsequent season. Even if Garrett doesn't find a way to salvage the Cowboys' season and is sent packing, a coach with his record and reputation will be a hot commodity. He knows this team better than anybody. Yet, they push, push and prevent the 53-year-old to compartmentalize his tenuous status with the organization.

Garrett is in the final year of his contract.

Jones appeared at 105.3 The Fan to share his opinion.

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