Dallas Cowboys: Why Jason Garrett Will Not Become the Team’s Head Coach

December 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the mainstream media, there seems to be widespread speculation regarding the prospects of interim head coach Jason Garrett being named the permanent head coach of the Dallas Cowboys following the 2010 regular season. The basis for this chatter seems to be centered on the fact that this team has played better than they did the first nine weeks of the season under former head coach Wade Phillips.
Before I get into examining Garrett up close, let’s remember most importantly that the Cowboys started off 1-7 in 2010. The first month of the regular season had not ended yet before Cowboys fans knew that this team would need a dramatic turnaround in order to reach the Super Bowl. By Halloween, it was all over.
Along the way, Garrett was right there calling the offensive plays in the most offensive fashion. I hate to kick dead horses, but how can we forget the miserably immature decision to run whatever that was just prior to halftime in the season opener at Washington? That ...

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