Jerry Jones not expecting to make coaching change
The Dallas Cowboys made it clear on Monday night that they are in the bottom half of the league’s teams. They lost 28-14 at home to a Tennessee Titans team that is now 4-4 and appear to be miles away from competing with the league’s best squads.
Despite the way his Cowboys look, team owner Jerry Jones is not anticipating making any coaching changes, according to NFL Media’s Jane Slater.
#Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones tells me he does not anticipate any coaching changes. Not a head coach change, not an offensive coordinator change in season.
— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) November 6, 2018
The Cowboys underwent some big offseason changes to their offense, getting rid of Dez Bryant and seeing Jason Witten retire. They signed Allen Hurns, drafted Michael Gallup, and added Amari Cooper in a trade that seemed to indicate they felt they were a piece away from competing. The truth is they’re nowhere near that, and they will need to make some big changes in the offseason.
Jason Garrett has cost the Cowboys with his conservative mentality, while Dak Prescott seems nowhere near capable of replicating the success he enjoyed as a rookie. Dallas is not in a good spot. It seems like Jerruh and the team’s leadership are in denial about where they stand.