As a closet Dallas Cowboys fan since where I live in really New Orleans Saints and Houston Texas football country, I am starting to wonder if Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will make the right decision to terminate his current football coach Jason Garrett who has coached America’s Team for seven seasons.
The Cowboys are in danger of not making a playoff appearance this football season. Since Jerry cannot fire all of his players on his football team, the head coach is the one person who will fall on his sword. Figure speaking of course.
I am sure when the 2017 football season ends, Jerry will make a decision if Jason Garrett remains his head coach or will he fire Garrett and hire another football coach either from Garrett’s staff or go outside the Cowboys family to find his replacement.
All I can say to Cowboys fans is that according to former Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins head coach Jimmy Johnson said on a Fox Sports talk show something to the effect of “If an owner is hands on with the football team that he owns, the team will not be going to a Super Bowl.”
Johnson believes that an owner of a football team let the coaches and executives run the football team and stay out of the way. Great advice if only Jerry would heed Johnson’s advice. Do not hold your breath.