5 reasons Dallas Cowboys need to fire Jason Garrett

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Dec 7, 2015; Landover, MD, USA; Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett stands on the sidelines against the Washington Redskins in the second quarter at FedEx Field. The Cowboys won 19-16. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

There are plenty of reasons for the Dallas Cowboys should move on from head coach Jason Garrett following the 2015 meltdown

The Dallas Cowboys are sitting at 4-11 with one game left to go in what has been a severely disappointing season. In 2014 the team went 12-4 and they were the toast of the NFC until a loss in Green Bay ended their magical season.

The winning season came after three straight 8-8 finishes under head coach Jason Garrett, who was on perhaps the hottest of hot seats in all of the NFL for his teams mediocre ways.

Following the winning season, owner and general manager Jerry Jones gave Garrett a whopping $30 million deal over the course of five seasons, a deal that looks absolutely foolish given the results of this season that had so much promise for America’s Team.

Now after seeing the team fall apart, while failing to get anywhere close to the production out of their star players as they hoped, there is some debate about whether or not Jones should eat the remaining four-years and $24 million left on Garret’s contract.

An argument can obviously be made either way, but here we can examine the five biggest reasons for the team to move on from the only former Dallas player to now coach the team.

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