Jerry Jones Vows Not to Fire Wade Phillips Midseason

October 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Jerry Jones made it very clear after his Dallas Cowboys lost to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, to fall to 1-4, that he would not be firing Wade Phillips in the middle of the season. Jones has never fired a coach midseason, and he doesn’t plan on changing that any time soon.
Jones has to be the most frustrated owner in football.
“I’m not [optimistic],” Jones said. “I’m very disappointed. I realize the challenge that we’ve got, and we’re not playing well enough to get it done right now. We’re running out of the opportunity to make this season what we meant it to be.”
Before the season, Jones highly expected his team to play for the Super Bowl in his new Dallas Stadium. Sitting at 1-4, he knows that they have a long ways to go. Things aren’t getting better from week to week and that should concern any Dallas Cowboys fan.
I wrote an article last month, predicting that Phillips would be fired s...

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