Losing Cowboys’ Play-Calling Duties Is the Worst Thing for Jason Garrett

June 4, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has once again stepped in to make a football decision for his team.
Newly appointed offensive coordinator Bill Callahan will take over as the offensive play-caller this upcoming season, a job current head coach Jason Garrett has had with Dallas since 2007.
Cowboys beat writer Clarence Hill Jr. broke the news and ESPN Dallas' Calvin Watkins confirmed the play-calling change a few minutes later on Twitter:
Jerry jones says Callahan will be play caller. Decision made weeks ago, per jones
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) June 4, 2013 Over at ESPN Insider (subscription required), Tim Kavanagh wrote on what should be expected of the Cowboys' new play-caller: 
Callahan's primary objective now is to get the running game back to being a productive piece of the offense. In 2012, the Cowboys were near the bottom of the league in both YPA and yards per game. He's also tasked with improving the efficiency of the passing attack.&...

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