Dallas Cowboys: Burning Questions Jason Garrett Must Answer Before Next Season

January 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 Dallas Cowboys are officially in the record books. The Cowboys defeated the Philadelphia Eagles to end their season on a high note and finished at 6-10. Nowhere near where they wanted to be, but a heck of an accomplishment considering the team started 1-7.
No Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, Jon Kitna, Marcus Spears and others to contribute, and the ‘Boys still made it to six wins. What’s most interesting for the team is that they were able to win five games with Jason Garrett as head coach and only one with brother Wade Phillips as head man.
So where do the Cowboys go from here? Well, first Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has to hire a permanent head coach. Reports have surfaced that Garrett will have the interim tag removed from his title, but Jones still has to interview a minority candidate to satisfy the National Football League’s Rooney rule. Once that task has been completed, all signs point to Garrett being named Cowboys head coach.
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