Coaching the Dallas Cowboys comes with expectations. ?Jason Garrett earned this title in February 2011 after going 5-3 during the second half of the 2010 season in place of Wade Phillips on an interim basis.
It’s 2018. That’s a long tenure for an ?NFL head coach who hasn’t won a Super Bowl. ?And Jerry Jones would simply be out of his mind to offer Garrett an extension.
If the #Cowboys give Jason Garrett a extension right now… I give up.
— Marcus Mosher (@Marcus_Mosher) October 16, 2018
?For his part, Jones shot down any knowledge of the matter. “I happen to know that I’ve never spoken to another soul about that, as far as that is concerned,” he said this week.
Garrett boasts a 70-56 regular season record with America’s Team, but he has ONE playoff win to show for it in only THREE playoff appearances.
Dallas has not won a Super Bowl since 1996, and that streak is likely to extend as long as Garrett is in charge. Just ask Stephen A. Smith:
Call me Capt. Obvious if y’all want to, but we all know Jason Garrett needs to go and it hasn’t been said ebough pic.twitter.com/Z5poQeso7y
— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) October 9, 2018
One playoff win in almost nine full seasons DOESN’T translate to a contract extension. It should’ve never lasted nine years to begin with.
Garrett is currently in the fourth year of a five-year, $30 million extension he signed in Jan. 2015. And if life makes any sense, it’ll be the last extension he gets in Big D.