Will Jason Garrett be Dallas Cowboys head coach in 2020? | The Tylt
Will Jason Garrett be Dallas Cowboys head coach in 2020?
Enough is enough. Garrett's days of being the head coach of the Cowboys are over, especially after being called out by Troy Aikman on national television and having Jerry Jones criticize him for being outcoached. Injuries can only be blamed for so long before it's you that is the problem.
Good coaches are able to make adjustments and still succeed when players are hurt on the sidelines. Unless Garrett is in the perfect situation, he cannot win. After eight seasons of inconsistent results, he should be let go.
Garrett has always been the scapegoat for the Cowboys problems, but there is only so much he can do when players are falling all around him. Injuries are the biggest culprit in the recent lack of the team's success and not all of that should fall on his shoulders.
There are a lot of problems with the Cowboys but not all of them should be attributed to the head coach. Plus, he might be the only coach that can take Jerry Jones' overbearing management style and still perform relatively okay. Finding a coach that can coach and handle Jones would be a struggle.