Nov 3, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (left) with his son, executive vice president Stephen Jones prior to the game against the Minnesota Vikings at AT

Stephen Jones not talking about Cowboys future


For the many people are attempting to figure out what will happen with the Dallas Cowboys roster and coaching staff if they fail to qualify for the postseason once again, you will have to continue waiting for your answers until the end of the season.

Cowboys Executive Vice President/COO Stephen Jones was discussing the team with Albert Breer of NFL Network, when he was asked how the final three weeks of the season could impact the team.

For Jones, those are questions that he will answer when the time comes as he puts his main focus on the final stretch ahead.

We’re worried about these three games,” Jones said. “We’re not worried about the future right now. . . .  All hands on deck.  We’ll address the rest of it when the season is over.”

These comments are likely the more honest thoughts, despiteowner/general manager Jerry Jones saying earlier in the season that head coach Jason Garrett was safe.

If Dallas fails to make the postseason and continues to underwhelm Jones and their fans, it would be hard to justify keeping a coach that is not able to maximize the talent on his roster.

Do you think Garrett will be fired if the Cowboys miss the playoffs? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts.

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  • Earl Robertson

    Won’t matter as long as Jerry is around the coach will always be undermined

  • Old Frog

    No way. JJ and SJ like Garrett and want him to succeed. They will blame the terrible defense on injuries, not Garrett. I think (and hope) Garrett is around for many years to come.

  • Jd

    I have no doubt that Callahan goes. Kiffin, he may get a mulligan due to the injury excuse.
    The only way Garrett goes is if they lose their final 3 games in the same fashion they lost to Chicago. But if I was betting, Garrett Is staying.

    My concern is more with our cap situation & lack of talent & depth on the defensive side of the ball.
    I don’t think Belichick, Rex Ryan and Norv Turner could turn this team around.