There seems to be some hope for Cowboys fans.
Fans in Dallas have been clamoring for head coach Jason Garrett to be fired for years, and this season has put them over the top.
With a seemingly 8-4 team with 4-8 coaching leading to a 6-6 record through 12 games, the Cowboys are barley hanging on to a division lead thanks to three straight Eagles losses in a year where they were supposed to compete for a Super Bowl.
Despite the high expectations and lack of production, team owner Jerry Jones has publicly given Garret his word that he’ll have his job through the end of the season.
It seems now though that Jerry has made the decision to fire his coach of 11 years after the season.
When asked about the matter in a press conference Tuesday, Jerry dropped a quote essentially saying Garrett won’t be with the Cowboys next year – without actually saying it.
Jerry Jones: “In my opinion, Jason Garrett will be coaching in the NFL next year.”
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December 3, 2019
The nicest possible way to say Garrett is getting canned after the season ends.