The Dallas Cowboys ended another season with an 8-8 record and without a playoff ticket. The perception is that head coach Jason Garrett is on the hot seat, but he said in a local radio interview that isn’t he hearing and he is operating as usual.
“I don’t want to get into all those details. But we’re operating with business as usual,” Garrett said on KRLD-FM 105.3, via the Dallas Morning News. “That’s how we’re handling the situation. That topic hasn’t come up in any negative way. So, we’re going to work today.”
Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has remained committed to Garrett as well after the game reiterating a stance he took weeks ago. Jones also said that he hadn’t seen anything on the field in Sunday’s loss that necessitated a change. There could be changes to Garrett’s staff once again however, but Jones wasn’t willing to discuss that either.
“I’m not discussing that at all,” Jones said, via Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas. “I have spoken a little more appropriate time here about three or four weeks ago. I said at that time that I was with Jason, that I thought that his future and what he’s going to be doing with us was good. But this isn’t the time and I don’t even like the way it feels or looks to speak to anything about our coaches.”