Jones Has Harsh Words After Loss; Will Garrett Survive In Dallas?

Tanya Simon
November 28, 2019

"Make no mistake about it, this was a bigger game (for the Cowboys) than it was for the Patriots on the win column".

Well, in the end, good teams find ways to win. You can't be satisfied just because you got within the last drive.

Vander Esch was previously labeled as a "week-to-week" injury by Dallas head coach Jason Garrett. They also held the ball longer.

"I am highly critical and I am continually evaluating the performance of everyone involved with the game", Jones said when pressed on the current status of Garrett. There's no question that - disappointed is not the word - there's no question that given an opportunity there were things that we could have taken advantage of, as there is in all games, but the other night the name of the game was turnovers, the other night the name of the game was weather, and the other night the name of the game was how to play that game in those circumstances. In fact, owner Jerry Jones did not defend his head coach one day after the Cowboys dropped to 6-5.

"We've just got to focus on coaching as well as we can and playing as well as we can", Garrett explained.

Has Clock Struck Midnight For Garrett?

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Just one game ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East heading into Thursday's matchup with the Buffalo Bills, these Cowboys are at a crossroads.

"I mean, it was all season, so it's no surprise", Prescott told the team during his briefing on dubious phone calls.

The Cowboys' season could very well come down to a Week 16 showdown with Philly, and that could be where Garrett's tenure in Big D ends.

Houston enters the game winning three of four and five of seven boasting a top-10 scoring offense in the National Football League at 24.1 points per game led by Deshaun Watson. With Jones having made his thoughts clear about Dallas' championship-level roster, a playoff victory isn't likely to save the head coach, either.

According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the National Football League basically told the Cowboys "OOPS!" on both penalties. The offense was sluggish and inconsistent, the special teams unit had their worst game of the season, and the coaching staff is coming under severe criticism after falling short in a tough game - yet again.

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